INTERNATIONAL ASIAN CONGRESS ON CONTEMPORARY SCIENCES-V, Baku, Azerbaycan, 1 - 02 Haziran 2021, ss.1
A Better Life Index was developed by the Organization for Economic Co-operation and Development (OECD) as part of the OECD Better Living initiative to facilitate a better understanding for people’s well-being. With the Better Life Index, people living in OECD member countries are measured and evaluated according to different criteria and gender. In this context, it is necessary to evaluate whether the level of welfare in the society is shared fairly between different groups such as men and women, whether there is a similarity or difference between them. In this study, it was investigated whether the Better Life Index data differ by gender, and the Better Life Index data constitute a specific cluster by country, and whether there is a significant difference between the clusters formed and the GDP variable.