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Феррер-и-Карбонелл А., Фрайтерс П.
Насколько важна методология при оценке детерминантов счастья? / Пер с англ. Л.А.Леоновой, А.С.Аладышкиной, А.И.Водопьяновой


Феррер-и-Карбонелл Ада
Институт экономического анализа (CSIC, Барселона); Высшая школа экономики в Барселоне
PhD, исследователь Института экономического анализа (CSIC, Барселона), заместитель директора по академическим программам Высшей школы экономики в Барселоне
Фрайтерс Поль
Университет Квинсленда; Исследовательская школа общественных наук Австралийского национального университета
PhD, профессор экономики в Университете Квинсленда, адъюнкт-профессор Исследовательской школы общественных наук Австралийского национального университета

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Феррер-и-Карбонелл А., Фрайтерс П. Насколько важна методология при оценке детерминантов счастья? / Пер с англ. Л.А.Леоновой, А.С.Аладышкиной, А.И.Водопьяновой // Социология: методология, методы, математическое моделирование (Социология:4М). 2017. Том. 0. № 45. С. 133-176.

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Аннотация:

Психологи и социологи обычно интерпретируют оценки счастья как измеренные по метрической шкале и сопоставимые между респондентами, поэтому они могут построить регрессию и оценить ее параметры методом наименьших квадратов для уровня счастья и его изменений. Экономисты обычно предполагают только порядковую сравнимость и в основном используют упорядоченные модели с латентными переменными, таким образом не принимая во внимание постоянных личностных особенностей. В статье предложено решение этой проблемы с помощью разработки условной оценочной функции для упорядоченной логит-модели с фиксированными эффектами. Обнаружено, что нет существенной разницы в результатах при предположениях о счастье как количественной или порядковой переменной, в то время как учет фиксированных эффектов существенно изменяет результаты. Мы призываем к проведению дополнительных исследований детерминантов черт личности, определяющих фиксированные эффекты.

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