Supporting information (online component) for

``Measuring progress and well-being: A comparative review of indicators''

Social Indicators Research, doi:10.1007/s11205-016-1505-0, 2017.

Barrington-Leigh and Escande

The paper:
(You may also be interested in a follow-up focusing on community (local government) indicators)

Open release of the Measuring Progress and Well-being (MPWB) database

The full database is available as Barrington-Leigh-Escande-SIR2017-database.ods. The format is Open Document Spreadsheet, and the database is protected under the Creative Commons "Attribution-ShareAlike" (CC BY-SA) license: that is, it's open to any use, subject only to attribution and that modified versions carry the same license. Please cite our original SIR paper (above), as this data release forms part of that publication. If you'd like to provide updates, please ask for the editable online version (or send updates to Barrington-Leigh), and we will keep an updated version here and credit contributors.

"The role of subjective well-being as an organizing concept for community indicators", chapter in Community Quality-of-Life Indicators: Best Cases VII, Meg Holden, Rhonda Phillips and Chantal Stevens (Eds.), published by Springer, 2017.

Book chapter PDF (by request)

PDF (manuscript)

2022 update to the Measuring Progress and Well-being (MPWB) database:
See Appendix to Chapter 3 of the 2022 WHR