Thematic issue - Subjective Well-Being

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Thematic issue: The Measurement of Subjective Well-Being in Survey Research

Statistics in Transition 16_3 2015

From the Editors

Graham Kalton, Christopher Mackie, Wlodzimierz Okrasa

Conceptualizing Subjective Well-Being and its Many Dimensions—Implications for Data Collection in Official Statistics and for Policy Relevance

Mackie C., Smith C.
Submitted: 17 February 2015
First online publication: 09 April 2015

The Office for National Statistics Experience of Collecting and Measuring Subjective Well-Being

Tinkler L.
Submitted: 19 December 2014
First online publication: 09 April 2015

Official Statistics on Personal Well-Being: Some Reflections on the Development and Use of Subjective Well-Being Measures in the UK

Allin P.
Submitted: 15 February 2015
First online publication: 09 April 2015

Exploiting Ordinal Data for Subjective Well-Being Evaluation

Fattore M., Maggino F., Arcagni A.
Submitted: 17 February 2015 < br /> First online publication: 13 April 2015

Using the Day Reconstruction Method to Quantify Time Spent Suffering among Older Adults with Chronic Pain

Smith D. M.
Submitted: 17 February 2015 < br /> First online publication: 13 April 2015

An Initial Research on Output Wellbeing Index Applied to Residents in Wealthy Counties from China

Xing Z., Qu X.
Submitted: 31 October 2014 < br /> First online publication: 10 April 2015

Operationalization and Estimation of Balanced Development Index for Poland 1999-2016

Koźmiński A. K., Noga A., Piotrowska K., Zagórski K.
Submitted: 31 March 2015 < br /> First online publication: 15 April 2015

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