Quality of life is a multiannual research program that aims to analyse quality of life in Romania in a comparative international perspective. A comprehensive image of quality of life is developed by using both objective and subjective indicators, both survey and statistical data, both quantitative and qualitative methods. The various dimensions of quality of life are investigated: incomes and standard of living, health, employment, education, family, housing, subjective wellbeing, public services, social services. The program also looks at social change in the various realms of life and explores how they articulate and relate and to each other in contributing to quality of life. Finally, it scrutinizes vulnerable groups and examines their quality of life.
Quality of life research program relies on survey data from both national and international/European sources. “Quality of life Diagnosis” is a unique annual survey in Romania, carried out by the institute in 1990─1999, 2003, 2006, 2010. Comparative analysis in European/international perspective is mainly based on data from large scale surveys like European Quality of Life Survey, the Eurobarometers, European Values Survey, World Values Survey etc.
Coordinators: Professor Ioan Mărginean, dr Iuliana Precupeţu
*NEW* Precupețu, Iuliana (coordonator), Flavius Mihalache, Claudia Petrescu, Cosmina Elena Pop, Laura Tufă, Marian Vasile. 2018. Calitatea vieții în România în context european. Raport de cercetare. Institutul de Cercetare a Calității Vieții [In Romanian language]
Ioan Mărginean and Ana Bălaşa, eds. Quality of life in Romania. Revised edition. Bucureşti: Editura Expert, 2005.
Mărginean, Ioan and Iuliana Precupeţu, eds. Quality of Life and sustainable development. Policy for strenghtening social cohesion.București: Editura Expert, 2008.
Mărginean, Ioan and Iuliana Precupeţu, eds. The paradigm of quality of life.Bucureşti: Editura Academiei, 2011.
Mărginean, Ioan and Marian Vasile, eds. Dictionary of quality of life. Bucureşti: Editura Academiei, 2014.
Mărginean, Ioan, ed. First European Quality of Life Survey: Quality of life in Bulgaria and Romania,Luxembourg: Office for Official Publications of the European Communities, 2006.
Mărginean, Ioan, ed. Quality of Life in Romania. Bucureşti: Expert, 2004.
Precupețu, Iuliana and Marius Precupețu. Inequality in Romania. Dimensions and trends, București: Editura Academiei, 2013.*
Zamfir, Elena and Filomena Maggino, eds. The Right to Happiness. The Relation Between Hapiness and the Quality of Life. Cambridge: Cambridge Scholars Publishing, 2013.*
New publication: Sebastian Fitzek (2020) “The Sacred and the political power – psychocial approaches of the collective imaginary in the collection of psycho-social sciences”. Bucharest: ProUniversitaria Publishing House.
We hereby announce the appearance in September 2020 of the volume written by Sebastian Fitzek, called "The Sacred and the political power - psychocial approaches of the collective imaginary in the collection of psycho-social sciences" of the ProUniversitaria...
New publication: Filip Alexandrescu (2020) Social Conflict and the Making of a Globalized Place at Roșia Montană, Bucharest: Pro Universitaria
We are delighted to announce the release of Dr. Filip Alexandrescu (2020) Social conflict and the making of a globalized place at Rosia Montană, Bucharest: Pro Universitaria The book is available from the Virtual Sociological Library...
During the Open Government Week, on 12th of March 2019, the team of OGP Romania - General Secretariat of the Government, in partnership with the RIQL - Research Institute for Quality of Life (Romanian Academy), and the Center for Public Innovation organize the debate...
The ICCV Conference “Social Romania 1918 – 2018. ICCV contributions to the knowledge of the Romanian society”
The ICCV Conference “Social Romania 1918 – 2018. ICCV contributions to the knowledge of the Romanian society” 14 November 2018, Bucharest In the series of events dedicated to the Centenary of the Great Union, the Research Institute for Quality of Life (ICCV), member...
From source to destination: new challenges of migration in Central and Eastern Europe Timişoara, 11th– 12thof September 2018 Organizers: RoMig - The Romanian Network for Migration Studies, Faculty of Sociology and Psychology and Faculty of Economics and Business...
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