Work, family, and happiness : essays on interdependencies within families, life events, and time allocation decisions
Publisher: Utrecht University
In this thesis we investigate how today’s work and family life influence people’s happiness – or the lack thereof. We contribute to the research agenda by focusing on three underexplored issues in the literature, namely i) interdependencies within families, ii) life eve... View more
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