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CESSI — Институт Сравнительных Социальных Исследований
Точность и профессионализм, проверенные временем

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Publications

The list of publications is presented in Chronological order. If the title is underlined, it represents a link to the text of the article.

Riding the Transition Roller-Coaster: Flexibility abd The Inter-Industry Wage Structure in Russia.
Ingo Geishecker and John P.Haisken-DeNew. German Institute for Economic Research. Berlin, 2002

Income, change in income and life satisfaction: a study over time in West-Germany and the Russian Federation.
Peggy Schyns. Forthcoming. Berlin, Germany.

The relationship between income, change in income and life satisfaction in West Germany and the Russian Federation: absolute relative or a combination of both?
Peggy Schyns. Forthcoming. In Advances in quality of life theory and research. Kluwer, Dordrecht.

The relationship between income and satisfaction: The effect of measurement error and suppressor variables.
Willem E. Saris. 2001. Social Indicators Research 53: 117-136.

Problems in Russian Polls: Memory Effects, Acquiescence, and Awareness.
William van der Veld, and Willem E. Saris. 2000. Kwantitatieve Methoden 64: 87-116.

What influences Subjective Well-Being in Russia?
Saris W.E. Journal of Happiness Studies,Vol 2, 137 -146. 

Following changes in living conditions and happiness in Post Communist Russia: The Russet Panel.
Saris W.E and A. Andreenkova. Journal of Happiness Studies,Vol 2, 95-109.

Happiness in Russia.
Saris W.E. and A.Andreenkova. A Special Issue of the Journal of Happiness Studies, Vol.2 no 2.

Are the Russians as unhappy as they say they are? Comparability of self-reports across nations.
R.Veethoven. Journal of Happiness Studies, 2001, vol 2, pp.111-136

Do individuals try to maximize satisfaction with life as a whole.
Paul Frijters. 1999.

Explorations of welfare and well-being.
Paul Frijters. 1999. Tinbergen Institute Research Series no. 196, Thela: Amsterdam.

Stability of Three-Wave Simplex Estimates of Reliability.
Germa Coenders, Willem E. Saris, Joan M. Batista-Foguet. 1999. Structural Equational Modeling 6: 135-157.

The structure of German well-being.
Bernard M.S. van Praag, and Paul Frijters. 1999. University of Amsterdam, Submitted.

Income and Satisfaction.
Willem E. Saris, and Bruce Headey. 1998. Paper presented at the Quality of Life in Cities conference Singapore.

Quality of survey data in Russia evaluated.
William van der Veld, and Willem E. Saris. 1998. University of Amsterdam, Amsterdam.

The under-reporting of incomes in Russian household surveys.
Paul Frijters, and Bernard M.S. van Praag. 1998. University of Amsterdam, under revision.

The effects of climate on welfare and well-being in Russia.
Paul Frijters, and Bernard M.S. van Praag. 1998. Climate Change 39: 61-81.

Changes in income and their effect on subjective well-being in Germany and Russia.
Peggy Schyns. 1997. In Developments in quality of life studies: Proceedings of the first conference of the International Society of Quality of life studies. Edited by l. Meadow. Volume 1. Charlotte.

Maten van Welzijn. Over het meten van welzijn: Changes in income and their effect on life-satisfaction in West-Germany and the Russian Federation.
Peggy Schyns. 1997. Paper presented at the AWSB Onderzoeksgroep Zorg en Welzijn.

Satisfaction in Russia.
Anna Andreenkova, and Annette C. Scherpenzeel. 1996. Pp. 201-220 In A Comparative Study of Satisfaction with Life in Europe.' Edited by Willem E. Saris, Ruut Veenhoven c.s.. Eotvos University Press, Budapest.

Study on the effect of individual income changes on satisfaction in Russia.
Willem E. Saris, and Anna Andreenkova. 1996. Pp. 263-275 In A Comparative Study of Satisfaction with Life in Europe. Edited by Willem E. Saris, Ruut Veenhoven, Annette Scherpenzeel, and Brendan Bunting. Eotvos University Press, Budapest.

World Database of Happiness.
Continuous register of scientific research on subjective appreciation of life.
Directed by: Ruut Veenhoven, Erasmus University Rotterdam.
The World Database of Happiness is an ongoing register of scientific research on subjective appreciation of life. It brings together findings that are scattered throughout many studies and provides a basis for synthetic studies. The Database consists of the following interrelated inventories, the interconnections of which are visualized on a flow chart.