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NBER Working Papers by John F. Helliwell

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January 2014How Durable are Social Norms? Immigrant Trust and Generosity in 132 Countries
with Shun Wang, Jinwen Xu: w19855
January 2013Comparing the Happiness Effects of Real and On-line Friends
with Haifang Huang: w18690
October 2012Understanding and Improving the Social Context of Well-Being
w18486
July 2011Weekends and Subjective Well-Being
with Shun Wang: w17180
February 2011New measures of the costs of unemployment: Evidence from the subjective well-being of 3.3 million Americans
with Haifang Huang: w16829
September 2010Prosocial Spending and Well-Being: Cross-Cultural Evidence for a Psychological Universal
with Lara B. Aknin, Christopher P. Barrington-Leigh, Elizabeth W. Dunn, Robert Biswas-Diener, Imelda Kemeza, Paul Nyende, Claire E. Ashton-James, Michael I. Norton: w16415
May 2010How Much is Social Capital Worth?
with Christopher P. Barrington-Leigh: w16025
April 2010Trust and Well-being
with Shun Wang: w15911
Measuring and Understanding Subjective Well-Being
with Christopher P. Barrington-Leigh: w15887
February 2009International Evidence on the Social Context of Well-Being
with Christopher P. Barrington-Leigh, Anthony Harris, Haifang Huang: w14720
December 2008Well-being and Trust in the Workplace
with Haifang Huang: w14589
Empathy and Emulation: Life Satisfaction and the Urban Geography of Comparison Groups
with Christopher P. Barrington-Leigh: w14593
November 2008Life Satisfaction and Quality of Development
w14507
January 2006How's Your Government? International Evidence Linking Good Government and Well-Being
with Haifang Huang: w11988
December 2005Well-Being, Social Capital and Public Policy: What's New?
w11807
November 2005How's the Job? Well-Being and Social Capital in the Workplace
with Haifang Huang: w11759
December 2004Demographic Changes and International Factor Mobility
w10945
November 2004Well-Being and Social Capital: Does Suicide Pose a Puzzle?
w10896
July 2002How's Life? Combining Individual and National Variables to Explain Subjective Well-Being
w9065
May 1999Education and Social Capital
with Robert D. Putnam: w7121
June 1998Comparing Capital Mobility Across Provincial and National Borders
with Ross McKitrick: w6624
May 1997National Borders, Trade and Migration
w6027
December 1996Do Borders Matter for Social Capital? Economic Growth and Civic Culture in U.S. States and Canadian Provinces
w5863
February 1996Economic Growth and Social Capital in Asia
w5470
August 1995Do National Borders Matter for Quebec's Trade?
w5215
December 1992Trade and Technical Progress
w4226
International Growth Linkages: Evidence from Asia and the OECD
w4245
May 1992Empirical Linkages Between Democracy and Economic Growth
w4066
January 1992Convergence and Growth Linkages Between North and South
with Alan Chung: w3948
April 1990Fiscal Policy and the External Deficit: Siblings, but not Twins
w3313
February 1990Macroeconomic Convergence: International Transmission of Growth and Technical Progress
with Alan Chung: w3264
October 1988Multicountry Modeling of Financial Markets
with Jon Cockerline, Robert Lafrance: w2736
July 1988The Effects of Fiscal Policy on International Imbalances: Japan and the United States
w2650
August 1986Supply-Side Macroeconomics
w1995
June 1985Aggregate Output with Operating Rates and Inventories as Buffers BetweenVariable Final Demand and Quasi-Fixed Factors
with Alan Chung: w1623
September 1984International Comparison of the Sources of Productivity Slowdown 1973 1982
with Peter Sturm, Gerard Salou: w1465
August 1983Stagflation and Productivity Decline in Canada, 1974-1982
w1185
November 1982Empirical Studies of Macroeconomic Interdependence
with Tim Padmore: w1021
July 1982A Synthesis of Keynesian, Monetary, and Portfolio Approaches to FlexibleExchange Rates
with Thorvaldur Gylfason: w0949
June 1982Macroeconomic Implications of Alternative Exchange Rate Models
with Paul M. Boothe: w0904

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