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Le bien-être des enfants dans les pays riches: vue d’ensemble comparative

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La première partie du Bilan présente un classement du bien-être des enfants dans 29 des économies avancées du monde. La deuxième partie s’intéresse à ce que les enfants disent à propos de leur bien-être personnel (et présente un classement du niveau de satisfaction des enfants à l’égard de la vie). La troisième partie se penche sur les changements survenus dans le bien-être des enfants au sein des économies avancées au cours des années 2000 à 2010, passant en revue les progrès accomplis par chacun des pays en termes de réussite scolaire, de taux de natalité chez les adolescentes, de niveaux de l’obésité infantile, de prévalence des brimades et de consommation de tabac, d’alcool et de drogues.

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  • Peter Adamson, 2013. "Le bien-être des enfants dans les pays riches: vue d’ensemble comparative," Papers inreca687, Innocenti Report Card.
  • Handle: RePEc:ucf:inreca:inreca687
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    child well-being; comparative analysis; industrialized countries;

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    • H0 - Public Economics - - General

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