Caucasus Research Resource Center (CRRC) - Armenia invites you to a presentation on
“Identifying Socio-Economic Characteristics Affecting the Happiness in Armenia, Azerbaijan, and Georgia”
Speaker: Sona Telunts (CRRC-Armenia Junior Fellow)
To identify the household socio-economic characteristics influencing the happiness in Armenia, Azerbaijan, and Georgia, a logistic regression model for each country was estimated using the data from the Caucasus Barometer survey conducted by the regional offices of the Caucasus Research Resource Centers in 2013. The results of estimation showed that health status, marital status, religion, and personal debt were statistically significant determinants of happiness in Armenia, Azerbaijan, and Georgia. Income was a significant determinant of happiness in Azerbaijan and Georgia. Age and household size variables were statistically significantly impacting happiness in Armenia. Believing in the presence of democracy in the country and education were found to be statistically significant determinants of happiness in Azerbaijan.
Sona Telunts holds Master’s degree in Agribusiness and Marketing from Agribusiness Teaching Center (collaborative program between Texas A&M University and Armenian National Agrarian University). Before joining CRRC-Armenia as a Junior Fellow, Sona worked at Armenian Harvest Promotion Center CJSC as a financial analyst for 2 years. Her research interests include financial analysis for a firm, developing business plans, applied consumer demand analysis.
Registration: If interested in the presentation, please, confirm your attendance via firstname.lastname@example.org or call at (010) 57 48 98, 57 48 68 before October 20, at 17:00 PM, mentioning your name and organizational affiliation.
Location: CRRC-Armenia, 1 Alex Manoogian Str, Library bld., 6rd Floor, Room 602
Language: Armenian (PowerPoint presentation will be in English)
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