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Baranowska Anna (Warsaw School of Economics, Poland)
Tytuł
Family formation and subjective well-being. A literature overview
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ISiD Working Papers, 2010, nr 5, s. 37, bibliogr. 122 poz.
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Słowa kluczowe
Rodzina, Dobrobyt, Mierniki statystyczne
Family, Prosperity, Statistical indicators
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This paper aims to provide an overview of the leading theoretical concepts and the available empirical evidence on family formation and subjective well-being. It identifies the issues which could be investigated in more detail, possibly with refined methodological approaches. An additional objective of the paper is to suggest how research in this field could contribute to the debate on population policy.(original abstract)
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