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Are environmental sustainability and happiness the keys to prosperity in Asian nations?


Various research prove that happy nations are prosperous in numerous areas containing GDP, productivity, social support and inclusion, health, lower corruption and environmental sustainability. The analysis in this multicriteria study covers the environmental sustainability, success and happiness trends in Asian nations during a 25-year time span. Strong and average correlations amongst the success, happiness and environmental sustainability, of Asian nations, in one regard, and, in another regard, the macroeconomics, well-being and human development, values-based, quality of life and environmental indicators were established across numerous statistical databases. Six multiple regression models of success and happiness in Asian nations were compiled with the assistance of IBM SPSS Statistics. The linear regression model of success in 40 Asian nations illustrates how nine independent variables explain 90.7 percent of the significances of results. The 19-Asian nation, multiple regression happiness model show how 16 independent variables account for 99.5% of the Happiness index weight dispersion.


Keywords: Asian nations, Integrated indicators, Happiness, Success, Multiple regression models, Multicriteria analysis, Marketing.


Kaklauskas, A.; Dias, W.P.S.; Binkyte – Veliene, A.; Abraham, A.; Ubarte, I.; Randil, O.P.C.; Siriwardana, C.S.A.; Lill, I.; Milevicius, V.; Podviezko, A.; Puust, R. 2020. Are environmental sustainability and happiness the keys to prosperity in Asian nations? Ecological Indicators, Vol. 119, ISSN 1470-160X; https://doi.org/10.1016/j.ecolind.2020.106562; [Aluminium Industry Abstracts; BIOSIS Citation Index; Biological Abstracts; Chemical Abstracts; Current Contents - Physical, Chemical & Earth Sciences; Embase; Engineered Materials Abstracts; Life Sci; Mass Spectrometry Bulletin; Material Business Alerts; Metals Abstracts; Science Citation Index; ScienceDirect; Scopus].


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