A Note on Happiness in Eastern Europe

Stephan Humpert
European Research Studies Journal, Volume XIII, Issue 3, 133-144, 2010
DOI: 10.35808/ersj/290


Recent studies in economics of happiness focusing on the influence of different aspects of subjective well-being in transition countries. Here these countries are located in Eastern Europe. After aggregating a dataset which combines the World Values Survey and the European Values Survey, I use an OLS and ordered probit and ordered logit estimation with marginal effects to perform regressions. The main findings are that individuals in transition countries behave like individuals in western industrialisted countries. This shows the international reliability of approach the happiness research approach.

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