George Ward
George Ward
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The origins of happiness: the science of well-being over the life course
S Flèche, AE Clark, R Layard, N Powdthavee, G Ward
Princeton University Press, 2019
1232019
The asymmetric experience of positive and negative economic growth: Global evidence using subjective well-being data
JE De Neve, G Ward, F De Keulenaer, B Van Landeghem, G Kavetsos, ...
Review of Economics and Statistics 100 (2), 362-375, 2018
89*2018
Happiness at work
JE De Neve, G Ward
World Happiness Report, 144-177, 2017
452017
Happiness and Voting: Evidence from Four Decades of Elections in Europe
G Ward
American Journal of Political Science 64 (3), 504-518, 2020
41*2020
Employee wellbeing, productivity, and firm performance
C Krekel, G Ward, JE De Neve
Saïd Business School WP 4, 2019
27*2019
The Key Determinants of Happiness and Misery
AE Clark, S Flèche, R Layard, N Powdthavee, G Ward
CEP Discussion Paper 1485, 2017
242017
Work and well-being: A global perspective
JE De Neve, C Krekel, G Ward
Global happiness policy report, 74-128, 2018
212018
Does Work Make You Happy? Evidence from the World Happiness Report
JE De Neve, G Ward
Harvard Business Review, 2017
112017
Does employee happiness have an impact on productivity?
C Bellet, JE De Neve, G Ward
Saïd Business School WP 13, 2019
6*2019
Happiness and Voting Behaviour
G Ward
World Happiness Report 2019, 46-65, 2019
62019
Can We be Happier?: Evidence and Ethics
R Layard, G Ward
Pelican, 2020
32020
Breaking up for the Kids’ Sake: Evidence from a British Birth Cohort
AE CLARK, W LEKFUANGFU, N POWDTHAVEE, G WARD
PSE Working Paper, 2015
22015
The role of firms for societal well-being
C Krekel, G Ward, JE De Neve
Sustainable Development Solutions Network, 2019
2019
What makes for a good job? Evidence using subjective wellbeing data
C Krekel, G Ward, JE De Neve
The Economics of Happiness, 241-268, 2019
2019
(Un) Happiness and voting in US Presidential elections
JE De Neve, JC Eichstaedt, LH Ungar, G Ward
Journal of Personality and Social Psychology, 0
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