Drivers of well-being in Hawaii: Quantifying individual and community impacts
Inessa Love () and
Philip Garboden ()
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Inessa Love: University of Hawaiâ€˜i at Manoa, Department of Economics, UHERO
Philip Garboden: University of Hawaiâ€˜i at Manoa, UHERO
No 2019-7, Working Papers from University of Hawaii Economic Research Organization, University of Hawaii at Manoa
In Gallupâ€™s annual well-being index, Hawaii occupied the #1 spot among US states for six out of the past 10 years (slipping to #3 in the latest 2017 survey) despite having one of the nationâ€™s highest costs of living. Thus, Hawaii presents a unique environment to study happiness and well-being. This report presents our analysis of which individual and community factors are most associated with well-being.
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