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Using Subjective Well-being in Policy

This paper provides a background on subjective well-being (SWB) and provides guidelines for how and why well-being measures should be used in public policy. It includes case studies of the application of well-being measurement to policies and programs as well as Australian data sources for well-being measurement.

Authors

Dr Richard Tooth

Richard’s expertise is in economic policy, regulation and applied econometrics.

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