中心研究员弋代春作为通讯作者在国际顶级期刊PNAS发表学术论文

2019-08-06

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近日,中心首席研究员、西南财经大学住房调查与研究中心副主任弋代春作为通讯作者在国际顶级期刊《美国科学院院报》(Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America, PNAS)发表学术论文Subjective well-being in China’s changing society(合作者:William A. V. Clark, Youqin Huang)。


论文链接:

https://www.pnas.org/content/early/2019/07/31/1902926116



PNAS是公认的世界四大名刊(Cell,Nature,Science,PNAS)之一,在SCI综合科学类排名第三位,享有极高国际学术声誉。




个人简介

弋代春,中国家庭金融调查与研究中心首席研究员,西南财经大学住房调查与研究中心副主任。长期专注于房地产与城镇化研究,先后带领团队完成中国家庭住房需求、住房使用情况、房价预期以及家庭资产配置等研究,撰写《中国住房空置及需求报告》《中国城镇住房空置分析》等研究报告三十余份,发表专栏十余篇,在《管理世界》、Habitat International , Journal of Real Estate Finance & Economics , Journal of Housing and the Built Environment等发表多篇文章,同时参与并负责多个国家部委房地产市场研究课题。



论文摘要

文章利用中国家庭金融调查(China Household Finance Survey, CHFS)大型微观数据库,研究了近年来中国家庭主观幸福感的变化趋势及其影响因素。关于中国社会幸福感的早期研究发现,居民幸福感会伴随经济增长呈下降趋势,物质生活的丰富并未带来居民主观幸福感的提升。与早期研究不同,本文发现中国家庭整体幸福感在2013至2017年间明显提升,同时不同阶层之间、城乡之间居民幸福感的差距在缩小。从影响居民幸福感的因素上看,除了引入传统的居民健康状况、财富水平、婚姻状况等基本因素外,文章还将社会资本和家庭居民环境等因素纳入研究。研究结果发现,居民对社会安全感、公平性的感知,在社区管理中的参与度,家庭居住的社区环境,以及所在城市的基础设施建设等因素,都对幸福感有明显影响。该研究为政府在提升家庭幸福感中起到的积极作用提供了证明。



Abstract

There is now recognition that a population’s overall level of well-being is defined not just by income and wealth. Where we live and who we interact with are likely to be equally important in our overall levels of satisfaction with our lives. This thinking has stimulated studies of subjective well-being, or happiness, at both national and local scales. These studies suggest that where you live does matter, although it is health and family status that have the most direct effects on well-being. In this study, we use a detailed dataset on well-being from the China Household Finance Survey to reexamine well-being across China, where profound socioeconomic changes are taking place. The study controls for self-reported health and examines subjective well-being across extensive and varied Chinese urban and rural environments. We find that the earlier pessimism about China’s well-being, which emphasized declining happiness, may be misplaced. We make two contributions: first, we show a rising level of subjective well-being, and second, we show that there is a narrowing gap in well-being across different social indicators. Methodologically, we bring in the perspectives of both social capital and geographic context.