A Global Examination Of The Relationship Between Subjective Perceptions Of Corruption And Well-Being
by Terry Anderson, Ph.D.
Well-being and happiness are without question important to governmental leaders, policy makers, and citizens throughout the world. It would thus be expected that all of them would want to work tirelessly to create systems and processes through public policy and other activities that would promote well-being and happiness. But despite attempts across the globe to achieve this outcome, there is a great deal of evidence of the existence of a number of obstacles to reaching it.