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2016 | 3(81) |
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Wpływ dochodów i pracy na poziom zadowolenia z życia

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Impact of income and work on subjective well-being
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Artykuł porusza zagadnienia zadowolenia i satysfakcji z życia, które coraz częściej pojawiają się w kręgu zainteresowań ekonomistów i polityków. Wartości te są kształtowane przez różnorodne czynniki, w tym ekonomiczne. Dokonano analizy i porównań wyników badań empirycznych skoncentrowanych na uchwyceniu wpływu dochodów oraz pracy na zadowolenie z życia.
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The article concentrates on happiness and life satisfaction, which are increasingly of economists and politicians interest. These values are shaped by a variety of factors, including economics. The author analyzed and compared the results of empirical research focused on capturing the impact of income and jobs for well-being.
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http://hdl.handle.net/11320/4830
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