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References

Blanchflower, D & Oswald, A (2011). International happiness. Available from www.nber.org.

Boarini, R, Comola, M, Smith, C, Manchin, R, & de Keulenaer, F (2012). What makes for a better life?: The determinants of subjective well-being in OECD countries – Evidence from the Gallup World Poll. Available from www.oecd-library.org.

Brown, D, Smith, C, & Woolf, J (2010). The determinants of subjective wellbeing in New Zealand: An empirical look at New Zealand’s social welfare function. Available from www.stats.govt.nz.

Diener, E (1996). Traits can be powerful but are not enough: Lessons from subjective well-being, Journal of Research in Personality, 30, 389–399.

Diener, E & Chan, M (2011). Happy people live longer: Subjective well-being contributions to health and longevity. Applied Psychology: Health and Well-being, March 2011.

Dolan, P, Peasgood, T, & White, M (2008). Do we really know what makes us happy? A review of the economic literature on the factors associated with subjective well-being. Journal of Economic Psychology, 29, 94–122.

Helliwell, J (2008). Life satisfaction and quality of development. Available from www.nber.org.

Heliwell, J & Wang, S (2011). Weekends and subjective well-being. Available from www.nber.org.

Lucas, R (2007). Long-term disability is associated with lasting changes in subjective well-being: Evidence from two nationally representative longitudinal studies. Journal of Personality and Social Psychology, 92(4), 717–730.

Ministry of Health (nd). Māori health models – Te Whare Tapa Whā. Available from www.moh.govt.nz.

Office for National Statistics (2013). Measuring national well-being- what matters most to personal well-being? Available from www.ons.gov.uk.

Oguz, S, Merad, S, & Snape, D (2013). Measuring national well-being – What matters most to personal well-being? Available from www.ons.gov.uk.

Sacks, W, Stevenson, B, & Wolfers, J (2010). Subjective well-being, income, economic development and growth. Available from www.nber.org.

Statistics NZ (2013). New Zealand General Social Survey: 2012. Available from www.stats.govt.nz.

Te Puni Kokiri (nd). Whānau Ora. Available from www.tpk.govt.nz.

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