Travail et emploi

Publications et document de travail des membres de l’OBE liés au travail et à l’emploi :

Travail

Do more of those in misery suffer from poverty, unemployment or mental illness? (Flèche & Layard, Working Paper, 2015).

Improving Well-Being in the United States (Caldera Sánchez, Lenain & Flèche, Working Paper, 2014).

Retirement and the Marginal Utility of Income (Clark & Fawaz, Working Paper, 2014).

Back to baseline in Britain: adaptation in the British household panel survey (Clark & Georgellis, Economica, 2013). 

Can governments boost people’s sense of well-being? The impact of selected labour market and health policies on life satisfaction  (Boarini, Comola, de Keulenaer, Manchin  & Smith, Social indicators research, 2013).

The causes of happiness and misery (Clark, Layard & Senik, UN Happiness Report, 2012).

Exploring Determinants of Subjective Wellbeing in OECD Countries (Fleche, Smith, & Sorsa, OECD, 2012).

An empirical investigation into the determinants of life satisfaction in New Zealand (Brown, Woolf & Smith, New Zealand Economic Papers, 2012).

What makes for a better life?: The determinants of subjective well-being in OECD countries–Evidence from the Gallup World Poll  (Boarini, Comola, Smith, Manchin & De Keulenaer, OECD, 2012).

Work, jobs and well-being across the Millennium.International differences in well-being (Clark, in International differences in well-being, 2010).

Can subjective well-being predict unemployment length? (Mavridis, Working Paper, 2010).

Unemployment alters the set point for life satisfaction (Lucas, Clark, Georgellis & Diener, Psychological Science, 2004).

Looking for labour market rents with subjective data (Clark, Working Paper, 2003).

 A simple statistical method for measuring how life events affect happiness (Clark & Oswald,  International Journal of Epidemiology, 2002).

Scarring: The psychological impact of past unemployment (Clark, Georgellis & Sanfey,  Economica, 2001). 

L’utilité est-elle relative? Analyse à l’aide de données sur les ménages (Clark, Economie & prévision, 1995).

Satisfaction au travail 

Do more of those in misery suffer from poverty, unemployment or mental illness? (Flèche & Layard, Working Paper, 2015).

Improving Well-Being in the United States (Caldera Sánchez, Lenain & Flèche, Working Paper, 2014).

Retirement and the Marginal Utility of Income (Clark & Fawaz, Working Paper, 2014).

Back to baseline in Britain: adaptation in the British household panel survey (Clark & Georgellis, Economica, 2013). 

Can governments boost people’s sense of well-being? The impact of selected labour market and health policies on life satisfaction  (Boarini, Comola, de Keulenaer, Manchin  & Smith, Social indicators research, 2013).

An empirical investigation into the determinants of life satisfaction in New Zealand (Brown, Woolf & Smith, New Zealand Economic Papers, 2012).

The causes of happiness and misery (Clark, Layard & Senik, UN Happiness Report, 2012).

Exploring Determinants of Subjective Wellbeing in OECD Countries (Fleche, Smith, & Sorsa, OECD, 2012).

What makes for a better life?: The determinants of subjective well-being in OECD countries–Evidence from the Gallup World Poll  (Boarini, Comola, Smith, Manchin & De Keulenaer, OECD, 2012).

Work, jobs and well-being across the Millennium.International differences in well-being (Clark, in International differences in well-being, 2010).

Can subjective well-being predict unemployment length? (Mavridis, Working Paper, 2010).

Unemployment alters the set point for life satisfaction (Lucas, Clark, Georgellis & Diener, Psychological Science, 2004).

Looking for labour market rents with subjective data (Clark, Working Paper, 2003).

 A simple statistical method for measuring how life events affect happiness (Clark & Oswald,  International Journal of Epidemiology, 2002).

Scarring: The psychological impact of past unemployment (Clark, Georgellis & Sanfey,  Economica, 2001). 

L’utilité est-elle relative? Analyse à l’aide de données sur les ménages (Clark, Economie & prévision, 1995).