Does Economic Growth Improve the Human Lot? Some Empirical Evidence (Academic Press 1974)

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Contents

Article

Authors Title Journal Year Edition Pages JEL Codes Keywords
Richard A. Easterlin Does Economic Growth Improve the Human Lot? Some Empirical Evidence Academic Press (book) 1974 89-125

Article information

Program code Data Readme Method(s) & estimation Data type Data used Origin of data used Software used (Version)
0 - not available online 0 - not available online 0 - not available online Time series analysis Cross section happiness rates, GNP per head United States, Cuba, Egypt, Israel, West Germany, Japan, Yugoslavia, Philippines, Panama, Nigeria, Brazil, Poland, India, Dominican Republic, Great Britain, Malaysia, France, Italy, Thailand

Replication of this study

Authors Title Journal Year Edition Pages JEL Codes Keywords Replication type Replication result [refer to replication type 1 and 2] Raw data Call into question Authors statement
Michael R. Hagerty, Ruut Veenhoven Wealth and Happiness Revisited – Growing National Income Does Go with Greater Happiness SIR 2003 1 1-27 2 - wide sense (new data) 4 - partially successful 3 - final dataset can be exactly replicated from raw data 2 - partly 3 - authors support replication
Richard A. Easterlin Feeding the Illusion of Growth and Happiness: A Reply to Hagerty and Veenhoven SIR 2005 3 429-443 2 - wide sense (new data) 4 - partially successful 3 - final dataset can be exactly replicated from raw data 2 - partly 3 - authors support replication
Michael R. Hagerty, Ruut Veenhoven Rising Happiness in Nations 1946–2004: A Reply to Easterlin SIR 2006 3 421-436 2 - wide sense (new data) 4 - partially successful 3 - final dataset can be exactly replicated from raw data 2 - partly 3 - authors support replication
Betsey Stevenson, Justin Wolfers Economic Growth and Subjective Well-Being: Reassessing the Easterlin Paradox BPEA 2008 1 1-87 D6, I3, J1 4 - (new methods & data) 4 - partially successful 3 - final dataset can be exactly replicated from raw data 2 - partly 3 - authors support replication
Ronald Inglehart, Roberto Foa, Christopher Peterson, Christian Welzel Development, Freedom, and Rising Happiness A Global Perspective (1981–2007) PPS 2008 4 264-285 4 - (new methods & data) 4 - partially successful 3 - final dataset can be exactly replicated from raw data 2 - partly 3 - authors support replication
Richard A. Easterlin, Laura Angelescu McVey, Malgorzata Switek, Onnicha Sawangfa, Jacqueline Smith Zweig The Happiness-Income Paradox Revisited PNAS 2010 1 1-6 I31, O10, O5, D60 2 - wide sense (new data) 1 - successful 3 - final dataset can be exactly replicated from raw data 2 - partly 3 - authors support replication

References

1. Does Economic Growth Improve the Human Lot? Some Empirical Evidence

2. Will raising the incomes of all increase the happiness of all?


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