An assessment of life satisfaction of the Russian population for the period 1993-2013
Margarita Perova ()
RSUH/RGGU BULLETIN. Series Economics. Management. Law
The author considers the state of society on the basis of the population satisfaction with life. Undoubtedly, the degree of satisfaction with life depends on objective reasons, which are expressed by the indicators reflecting the income and expenditure of the population, their income differentiation, poverty rate, unemployment. Subjective factors also affect the population satisfaction with life. Among them the author highlights the factors of condition (gender, age, education, marital status, etc.) and the factors of perceptions, evaluations of objective reality (the assessment of the familyâ€™s well-being, social status, mood, etc.).
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