Publications

 Publications (selection)

  1. Brulé, G. (2021) Evaluation of Existing Indexes of Sustainable Well-Being and Propositions for Improvement. Sustainability. 2022; 14(2):1027. https://doi.org/10.3390/su14021027
  2. Brulé G. (2021) The Forgotten Dimensions of Social Capital: Evidence from Quality of Life Studies. In: Michalos A.C. (eds) The Pope of Happiness. Social Indicators Research Series, vol 82. Springer, Cham. https://doi.org/10.1007/978-3-030-53779-1_4
  3. Lambert, L., Warren, M. A., Brulé, G., Passmore, H.-A., Zelenski, J., O’Brien, C., Murray, S., Asfour, M., Mulay-Shah, A., & Alsubaiei, S.(2021) Using positive psychology and the United Nations sustainable development goals to build a better world. Middle East Journal of positive psychology, 6.
  4. Brulé, G. (2021) Le bonheur, entre modernité et postmodernité ? In Hoquet and Lemaire(Eds) Penser et construire le bonheur ; regards croisés. Paris : Mare et Martin
  5. Brulé, G., Ravazzini, L., & Suter, C. (2021). The roaring 50s. The relationship between car wealth and Subjective Well-Being of seniors in Europe. Applied research of quality of life. https://doi.org/10.1007/s11482-020-09887-2
  6. Brulé, G. (2021). Le bonheur a-t-il sa place dans la sociologie?. In Martin-Krumm and Tarquinio (eds). Le grand manuel de la Psychologie Positive : théories et champs d’intervention, p. 165-180. Paris: Dunod.
  7. Brulé, G., Sapin, M., & Rossier, C. (2020). Ressources sociales et bien-être : Soutien social et accès à des ressources stratégiques dans 30 pays. Sciences & Bonheur, 5, 117–133.
  8. Brulé, G., Ravazzini, L. & Suter, C. (2019). Inégalités de patrimoine et bien-être subjectif chez les seniors en Europe (“inequalities of wealth and Subjective well-being of seniors in Europe”). Revue Européenne des Sciences Sociales, 57 (2), 81-110.
  9. Jeannerat, H., Crevoisier, O., Brulé,G. & Suter C. (2019). Vers une meilleure prise en compte des sciences humaines et sociales dans l’innovation (“towards a better accounting of humanities in innovation”). Report for the Swiss Institute for Research and Innovation
  10. Brulé, G. & Suter, C. (2019). Vers une meilleure mesure de l’innovation sociale. (“towards a better measurement of social innovation”). Bulletin SAGW 1, “Soziale Innovation”, 36-37.
  11. Ravazzini, L., Kuhn, U., Brulé, G., & Suter, C. (2019). Housing wealth in survey data in Switzerland. Journal of economic and social measurement, 44, 25-55.
  12. Kuhn, U. & Brulé, G. (2019). Buffering Effects for Negative Life Events: The Role of Material, Social, Religious and Personal Resources. Journal of happiness studies, 20 (5), 1397-1417. Available at : https://link.springer.com/article/10.1007/s10902-018-9995-x
  13. Brulé, G., & Ravazzini, L. (2019). The four forms of wealth and happiness: how different forms of wealth affect the subjective well-being of the elderly in Europe. In Brulé and Suter (Eds). Wealth(s) and SWB. Springer : Dordrecht
  14. Brulé, G. & Suter, C. (2019). Why wealth is more important than income in terms of Subjective Well-being ? In Brulé and Suter (Eds). Wealth(s) and SWB. Springer : Dordrecht
  15. Brulé, G. (2019). Le modèle des 3I pour appréhender le Bonheur (“The 3I model to understand happiness”). In Martin-Krumm and Tarquinio (Eds). Psychologie positive: état des savoirs, champs d’application et perspectives. Malakoff : Dunod.
  16. Brulé, G. & Morgan R. (2018). Working with stress: can we turn distress into eustress? Journal of neuropsychology and stress management, 3, 1-3.
  17. Brulé, G. & Veenhoven, R. (2017). The ‘10 excess’ phenomenon in responses to survey questions on happiness. Social Indicators Research, 131(2), 853-870. doi:10.1007/s11205-016-1265-x
  18. Brulé, G. & Maggino, F. (2017). Towards more complexity in subjective well-being studies. In Brulé G. and Maggino F. (Eds) Metrics of Subjective well-being, 1-17. Dordrecht : Springer.
  19. Brulé, G. & Maggino, F. (2017). Metrics of well-being: limits and improvements. Dordecht: Springer.
  20. Brulé, G. (2021) Resilience(s): a metamodel. In Pamade and Bentirou (eds), Vulnérabilités environnementales. Paris: L’Harmattan. [En presse]
  21. Brulé, G. & Lepeytre, F. (2017). L’aménagement à l’aune de l’interculturel. Regards sur les Cités-Jardins. In L.Bourdeau-Lepage (Eds) Nature en ville: Desirs & controverses, 126-135. Sarrant: La librairie des territoires
  22. Brulé, G. & Veenhoven, R. (2015). Geography of happiness: components of happiness in 133 Nations. International Journal of Happiness and Development, 2:2. doi: 10.1504/IJHD.2015.070070
  23. Brulé, G. & Veenhoven, R. (2014). Democratic teaching and happiness in developed nations. Advances in Applied Sociology, 4:11. doi: 10.4236/aasoci.2014.411028  
  24. Brulé, G. & Veenhoven, R. (2014). Average happiness and dominant family type in regions in Western Europe around 2000. Advances in Applied Sociology, 4, 271-288. doi: 10.4236/aasoci.2014.412031.
  25. Brulé, G. & Veenhoven, R. (2014). Freedom and happiness in nations. Why the Finns are happier than the French. Psychology of Well-Being: Theory Research and Practice, 4:17. https://doi.org/10.1186/s13612-014-0017-4
  26. Brulé, G. (2014). Dominateur, protecteur ou néguentropique ? Lecture transnationale de l’humour. (‘Dominating, protective or negentropic ? Cross-national analysis of humor’). Espaces Temps, 05 may 2014. Available at : https://www.espacestemps.net/articles/dominateur-protecteur-ou-neguentropique-lecture-transnationale-de-lhumour/
  27. Brulé, G. & Veenhoven, R. (2012). Why are Latin Europeans less happy? The impact of social hierarchy. Polyphonic Anthropology – Theoretical and Empirical Cross-Cultural Fieldwork. ISBN 978-953-51-0418-6.

Publications also available on : https://www.researchgate.net/profile/Gael_Brule

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