- Title Pages
- 1 Income’s Association with Judgments of Life Versus Feelings
- 2 The Structure of Well-Being in Two Cities: Life Satisfaction and Experienced Happiness in Columbus, Ohio; and Rennes, France
- 3 Culture and Well-Being: Conceptual and Methodological Issues
- 4 Life Satisfaction
- 5 Life (Evaluation), HIV/AIDS, and Death in Africa
- 6 Does Relative Income Matter? Are the Critics Right?
- 7 Happiness and Economic Growth: Does the Cross Section Predict Time Trends? Evidence from Developing Countries
- 8 Happiness Adaptation to Income Beyond “Basic Needs”
- 9 The Easterlin and Other Paradoxes: Why Both Sides of the Debate May Be Correct
- 10 International Evidence on the Social Context of Well-Being
- 11 How Universal Is Happiness?
- 12 Faith and Freedom: Traditional and Modern Ways to Happiness
- 13 The Impact of Time Spent Working and Job Fit on Well-Being Around the World
- 14 Work, Jobs, and Well-Being Across the Millennium
- International Differences in Well-Being
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