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Volume 4, Issue 2 December 2013

Special Issue: “Between Wealth and Well-Being: Consumption, Psychology and Quality of Life”

Editors: Anna Maria Zawadzka & Magdalena Żemojtel-Piotrowska

Gdansk University, Poland

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Introduction to the Special Issue: “Between Wealth and Well-Being: Consumption, Psychology and Quality of Life” Anna Maria Zawadzka & Magdalena Żemojtel-Piotrowska 5-6 PDF 
The Duality of Wealth: Is Material Wealth Good or Bad for Well-being? Weiting Ng 7-19 PDF 
The Science of Happiness for Policymakers: An Overview Dan Weijers & Aaron Jarden 21-40 PDF 
The Effects of Power on Financial Aspirations and Expenditures in Poland and the UK Anna Maria Zawadzka, Anna Strużyńska-Kujałowicz & Magdalena Zawisza 41-58 PDF 
The Relevance of Spiritual Transcendence in a Consumer Economy: The Dollars and Sense of It Ralph L. Piedmont, Teresa A. Wilkins & John Hollowitz 59-77 PDF 
Materialism, Subjective Well-being, and Entitlement Magdalena Żemojtel-Piotrowska, Tomasz Baran, Amanda Clinton, Jarosław Piotrowski, Sergiu Bălţătescu & Alain Van Hiel 79-91 PDF 
Psychological Well-being during Unemployment. A Longitudinal Study Marius Drugaş 93-105 PDF 
Work Schedule Flexibility: A Contributor to Happiness? Lonnie Golden, Julia R. Henly & Susan Lambert 107-135 PDF 
How Deep Should the European Union Be? A Multilevel Test of the Impact of Personal Utility, Perceived National Opportunity and Political Attitudes on the Support for EU Integration Adrian Hatos 137-150 PDF 
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