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Title: Does trust in government influence wellbeing in Malta?
Authors: Vella, Stephanie
Keywords: Well-being -- Malta
Public institutions -- Malta
Malta -- Politics and government
Public opinion -- Malta
Issue Date: 2017
Citation: Vella, S. (2017). Does trust in government influence wellbeing in Malta? (Bachelor’s dissertation).
Abstract: The objective of this dissertation is to analyse the determinants that influence the wellbeing of the Maltese citizens. It focuses on the impact of trust that individuals have in governmental institutions and employs survey data, representative of people in Malta. The main findings of this research are that trust in government, parliament and in European institutions does influence the wellbeing of Maltese citizens other things being equal. The other variables; employment, health, education, socialise, generalised trust, age, gender, household and locality were found to be significant with regard to the variation in the life satisfaction of the Maltese people.
Appears in Collections:Dissertations - FacEma - 2017
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