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Time to legislate for the good life: Charles Seaford argues that a clear measure of well-being should be devised to help people judge how government policies affect their quality of life.(COMMENT)

The United Kingdom is leading the way to better measurement with an annual survey by the ONS (on which the NEF has advised) that will probe the well-being and circumstances of 200,000 people. Since April, the ONS has included in its Integrated Household Survey four subjective questions: how satisfie... Full description

Journal Title: Nature Sept 29, 2011, Vol.477(7366), p.532(2)
Main Author: Seaford, Charles
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description: The United Kingdom is leading the way to better measurement with an annual survey by the ONS (on which the NEF has advised) that will probe the well-being and circumstances of 200,000 people. Since April, the ONS has included in its Integrated Household Survey four subjective questions: how satisfied people are with their lives; how happy they were yesterday; how anxious they were yesterday; and how worthwhile they think the things they do are.
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