Publications in English

Publications in English

Publications since start in 2013

2018

  • E. Arampatzi, M.J. Burger, E. Ianchovichina, T. Röhricht & R. Veenhoven (in press). Unhappy development: Dissatisfaction with life on the eve of the Arab Spring. Review of Income and Wealth.
  • E. Arampatzi, M.J. Burger & N.A. Novik (2018). Social network sites, individual social capital and happiness.Opent extern Journal of Happiness Studies, 19 (1), 99-122.
  • M.J. Burger, P. Nullens, S. Van den Heuvel & E. Pleeging (2018). Understanding and measuring hope: The interdisciplinary challenge of the Hope Barometer 1.0. In S. Van den Heuvel & P. Nullens (Eds.), Driven by Hope: Economics and Theology in Dialogue (pp. 3-20). Leuven: Peeters
  • E.A.C. Hart, J. Lakerveld, M. McKee, M. Oppert, H. Rutter, H. Charreire, R. Veenhoven, H. Bardos, S. Compernolle, I. De Bourdeaudhuij, J.D. Mackenbach & J. Brug (2018). Contextual correlates of happiness in European adults. PLoS One (online), 13 (1).
  • M. Hendriks & D. Bartram (in press). Bringing happiness into the study of migration and its consequences: What, why, and how? Journal of Immigrant and Refugee Studies.
  • M. Hendriks, M. Burger, J. Ray, & N. Esipova (2018). Do international migrants increase their happiness and that of their families by migrating? In J. Helliwell, R. Layard, and J. Sachs, World Happiness Report 2018 (pp. 44-66), NY: UN Sustainable Development Solutions Network.
  • M. Hendriks, K. Ludwigs & D. Bartram (2018). International migration decisions and happiness: The Migration Happiness Atlas as a community development initiative. In R. Phillips, S. Kenny, B. McGrath (Eds.), Routledge Handbook of Community Development.
  • J. Hessels, E. Arampatzi, P.W. van der Zwan & M.J. Burger (2018). Life satisfaction and self-employment in different types of occupations. Applied Economics Letters, 25 (11), 734-740. doi: 10.1080/13504851.2017.1361003
  • M.M. Hoogerbrugge & M.J. Burger (in press). Neighborhood-based social capital and life satisfaction: The case of Rotterdam, The Netherlands. Urban Geography.
  • S. Kainulainen & R. Veenhoven (in press). Life-satisfaction is more a matter of how well you feel, than of having what you want. International Journal of Happiness and Development.
  • Lancée, S., Burger, M.J. & Veenhoven, R. (2018). Commuting and happiness: What ways feel best for what kinds of people? In M. Friman, D. Ettema & E. Olson (Eds.), Quality of life and daily travel (pp. 79-93). Dordrecht Netherlands: Springer International Publishing AG
  • K. Ludwigs, R. Lucas, M.J. Burger, R. Veenhoven & L.R. Arends (in press). How does more attention to subjective well-being affect subjective well-being? Applied Research in Quality of Life.
  • R. Veenhoven (2018). Subjective well-being in nations. In E Diener, S Oishi & L Tay (Eds.), Handbook of Well-being (Noba Scholar Handbook series: Subjective well-being). Salt Lake City, Utah USA: DEF published

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Publications in other languages

2016

2015

  • Dumladag, D. & Veenhoven, R. Iktisat ve mutluluk: Bugun daha mutlu muyez? (Economics of happiness: Are we happy today?)
    in: Dumladag, D., Gokdemir, O., Neyse, L. & Ruben, E. (Eds) 'Iktisatta davranissal yaklasimlar (Behavioral approaches in economics)', Imge Kitabevi, Ankara Turkey, 2015, ISBN 978-975-533-820-0, pp. 201-230. 
  • Dumladag, D. & Veenhoven, R. Iktisat ve mutluluk (Economics of happiness), Iktisat ve Toplum Dergisi , Agustos 2015, Sayi: 58 ss, 46-55

2014

  • Gokdemir, O. & Veenhoven, R. Kalkinmaya farkli bir bakis: Iyi olus (Views on well-being). in: Yayina Hazirlayander, Ahmet Faruk Aysan & Devrim Dumludag (Eds.) 'Kalkinmada yeni yaklasimlar' (New approaches to development), Ankara, Turkey, 2014, Imge, ISBN 078-975-533--761-6 543 pages, Chapter 17, pp 337-363
  • Veenhoven, R. Más felicidad para un major número de personas: ¿Es posible esto en México? in: Manzanilla-Prieto, F (Ed.) Ranking de Felicidad en Mexico 2012, Universidad Popular Autonoma del Estado de Puebla, Puebla, Mexico, February 2013, ISBN 978-607-8093-31-1, Chapter 2, page 33-53.