This letter assesses the impact of the Great Recession on well-being in Spanish provinces using two alternative composite indicators of objective well-being that include somewhat different dimensions. Whereas the crisis notably eroded economic well-being, its impact on overall well-being–which in addition to economic dimensions also includes non-economic ones–was imperceptible. This result points to the need to carefully define and assess well-being in empirical analyses.

Well-being and the Great Recession in Spain / Peiro-Palomino, J.; Perugini, F.; Picazo-Tadeo, A. J.. - In: APPLIED ECONOMICS LETTERS. - ISSN 1350-4851. - STAMPA. - 26:15(2019), pp. 1279-1284. [10.1080/13504851.2018.1545076]

Well-being and the Great Recession in Spain

Perugini F.;
2019-01-01

Abstract

This letter assesses the impact of the Great Recession on well-being in Spanish provinces using two alternative composite indicators of objective well-being that include somewhat different dimensions. Whereas the crisis notably eroded economic well-being, its impact on overall well-being–which in addition to economic dimensions also includes non-economic ones–was imperceptible. This result points to the need to carefully define and assess well-being in empirical analyses.
2019
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