Health care and subjective well-being in nations
With the ever-increasing costs incurred by medical health care in the majority of the industrialized nations of the world, attempts have been made to identify and rectify the deficiencies in the health industry and improve quality management assessment. A central question for politicians and researchers is, to what extent does a country's health care system influence the subjective well-being in its citizens?
|Keywords||crosscultural analysis, happiness, health care, nations, quality of life, sociology, well-being|
|Publisher||Edward Elgar: Cheltenham / Aldershot, UK/ Northampton, MA, USA|
Kirkcaldy, B.D., Furnham, A., & Veenhoven, R.. (2005). Health care and subjective well-being in nations. Edward Elgar: Cheltenham / Aldershot, UK/ Northampton, MA, USA. Retrieved from http://hdl.handle.net/1765/12763