Journal of Official Statistics, Vol.22, No.1, 2006. pp. 113–136
How the United States Measures Well-being in Household Surveys
Daniel H. Weinberg
Abstract:This article reports on the surveys used in the United States to measure several key aspects of well-being health; food security; time use; expenditures and consumption; wealth (assets and liabilities); housing; material measures of well-being; and income and poverty.
Keywords:Well-being, income, poverty, consumption, expenditures, wealth, health surveys
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