The scientist’s investigation covers issues in Happiness, Well-being, Development economics, Subjective well-being and Demographic economics. His Happiness research includes elements of Life satisfaction, Public economics, Incentive and Developing country. His work in Incentive addresses issues such as Cross-cultural studies, which are connected to fields such as Economic growth.
His Development economics research incorporates themes from Poverty, Positive economics, Welfare and Unemployment. In his research on the topic of Subjective well-being, Relative income, Distribution and Positive psychology is strongly related with Emerging markets. His studies deal with areas such as Optimism and Affect as well as Demographic economics.
Carol Graham focuses on Happiness, Well-being, Demographic economics, Development economics and Life satisfaction. Specifically, his work in Happiness is concerned with the study of Subjective well-being. While the research belongs to areas of Subjective well-being, Carol Graham spends his time largely on the problem of Labour economics, intersecting his research to questions surrounding Job satisfaction.
Carol Graham focuses mostly in the field of Demographic economics, narrowing it down to matters related to Globalization and, in some cases, Poverty reduction. The study incorporates disciplines such as Economic growth, Poverty, Social mobility and Welfare in addition to Development economics. His studies examine the connections between Life satisfaction and genetics, as well as such issues in Optimism, with regards to Demography, Psychological resilience and Affect.
His primary scientific interests are in Happiness, Well-being, Life satisfaction, Demographic economics and Demography. His Happiness research includes themes of Life expectancy, Feeling and Economic history. His Life satisfaction research integrates issues from Social policy and Psychological resilience.
Carol Graham interconnects Poverty and Subjective well-being in the investigation of issues within Demographic economics. His Subjective well-being study which covers Consumption that intersects with Developed country. His Demography research is multidisciplinary, incorporating perspectives in Optimism, Middle age and Race.
Carol Graham mainly investigates Well-being, Happiness, Life expectancy, Demography and Life satisfaction. His research links Economic history with Happiness. His Life expectancy research incorporates elements of Feeling, Public economics, Happiness economics and Life purpose.
The various areas that Carol Graham examines in his Public economics study include Welfare and Gross domestic product. His work deals with themes such as Optimism and Race, which intersect with Demography. His study explores the link between Life satisfaction and topics such as Social policy that cross with problems in Depression, Consumption, Demographic economics and Subjective well-being.
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Inequality and happiness: Insights from Latin America
Carol Graham;Andrew Felton.
Journal of Economic Inequality (2006)
Does Happiness Pay? An Exploration Based on Panel Data from Russia
Carol Graham;Andrew Eggers;Sandip Sukhtankar.
Journal of Economic Behavior and Organization (2004)
Stuck in Tunnel: Is Globalization Muddling the Middle?
Nancy Birdsall;Carol Graham;Carol Graham;Stefano Pettinato;Stefano Pettinato.
Social Science Research Network (2000)
Happiness Around the World: The Paradox of Happy Peasants and Miserable Millionaires
Frustrated Achievers: Winners, Losers and Subjective Well-Being in New Market Economies
C. Graham;S. Pettinato.
Journal of Development Studies (2002)
Happiness and Hardship: Opportunity and Insecurity in New Market Economies
Carol L. Graham;Stefano Pettinato.
Happiness, Markets, and Democracy: Latin America in Comparative Perspective
Carol Graham;Stefano Pettinato.
Journal of Happiness Studies (2001)
Happiness And Health: Lessons—And Questions—For Public Policy
Health Affairs (2008)
The Economics of Happiness
Milena Nikolova;Carol Graham.
The World Economy (2020)
The Pursuit of Happiness: An Economy of Well-Being
Carol L. Graham.
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