This site is dedicated to research using data from economics and psychology to better understand the correlation between money and human behavior.

Using a regression model, Savings and Happiness shows a correlation between personal finances, specifically in the form of savings, and happiness, or subjective well-being based on samples from countries.

Future research will include data collected on states within the U.S. in an attempt to replicate the relationship between money and happiness found within countries.  The findings from this new research will be posted as they are compiled.

Ongoing r2Research:

Does Personal Savings Affect Subjective Well-being?



name Robin Roth

COLLEGES  Mills College, Lorry I. Lokey Graduate School of Business

MAJORS Finance, Economics, Research Psychology