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2012
Helliwell, J. F., Layard R., and eds) J. Sachs( (2012).  World happiness report. 1-170.New York, NY: Earth Institute.
2011
Helliwell, J. F. (2011).  How can subjective well-being be improved?. (Gorbet, F., and Sharpe A., Ed.),{New directions for intelligent government in Canada: Papers in honour of Ian Stewart}, 283-304.Ottawa, ON: Centre for the Study of Living Standards.
Helliwell, J. F., and Barrington-Leigh C. P. (2011).  How much is social capital worth?. (Jetten, J., Haslam C., and S. Haslam A., Ed.),{The social cure: Identity, health and well-being}, 55-71.London, UK: Psychology Press. Abstract
Helliwell, J. F., and Wang S. (2011).  Trust and well-being. International Journal of Wellbeing, 1 (1), 42-78. Abstract
Helliwell, J. F., and Wang S. (2011).  Weekends and subjective well-being. National Bureau of Economic Research (NBER) Working Papers, Cambridge, MA Abstract
2010
Hall, J., Barrington-Leigh C. Paul, and Helliwell J. F. (2010).  Cutting through the clutter: Searching for an over-arching measure of well-being. 8 (4), 8-12.Munich, DE: CESifo DICE Report.
Helliwell, J. F., and Wang S. (2010).  Trust and well-being. National Bureau of Economic Research (NBER) Working Papers, Cambridge, MA Abstract
Helliwell, J. F., and Barrington-Leigh C. P. (2010).  Viewpoint: Measuring and understanding subjective well-being. Canadian Journal of Economics, 43 (3), 729-753. Abstract