Life satisfaction in an enlarged Europe
Examining quality of life in 28 European countries, including the acceding and candidate countries as well as the current Member States of the EU, this report explores how people across Europe define quality of life. It looks at how they evaluate their lives and certain living conditions, what would increase their satisfaction, and how these evaluations can be explained by personal resources and/or the individualu0092s position in the social structure.The analysis is based on data from the European Commissionu0092s Eurobarometer survey carried out in the acceding and candidate countries in Spring 2002 and standard EU 15 Eurobarometers.
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|Institutions:||European Foundation for the Improvement of Living and Working Conditions (contributor)|
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VIII, 76 p.
|Type of publication:||Book / Working Paper|
|Classification:||International relations ; Culture. Society ; Social structure. Social conditions. Social change ; Individual Reports, Studies|
Persistent link: https://www.econbiz.de/10009637330
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