Sustainability has become increasingly essential due to its potential to address future challenges that will affect societies and economies. While a considerable amount of literatures has focused on environmental and economic factors, there is space for more studies on how sustainability can interact with well-being and happiness as new paradigms for individuals, communities, and organizations. With the aim of deeply analyzing this aspect, the paper, through a co-word analysis and a narrative literature review, explores the trend of academic papers and identifies a new field of research, extending previous studies introducing well-being and happiness as new drivers for sustainable behavior.

Sustainability, Well-Being, and Happiness: A co-word Analysis

Dettori, Angela
;
Floris, Michela
2019

Abstract

Sustainability has become increasingly essential due to its potential to address future challenges that will affect societies and economies. While a considerable amount of literatures has focused on environmental and economic factors, there is space for more studies on how sustainability can interact with well-being and happiness as new paradigms for individuals, communities, and organizations. With the aim of deeply analyzing this aspect, the paper, through a co-word analysis and a narrative literature review, explores the trend of academic papers and identifies a new field of research, extending previous studies introducing well-being and happiness as new drivers for sustainable behavior.
Sustainability; well-being; happiness
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