Towards a spatially integrated social science within a socio-economic framework The main thesis of this paper is that analyzing them jointly seems to be fruitful, especially in a policy-oriented evaluation research conducted in the context of community development. Community well-being is, by its very nature, an example of the truly interdisciplinary notion. When defined in terms of happiness and subjective well-being it becomes the focus of predominantly psychometric approach. Sociologists prevail in attempts to interpret it in terms of quality of life and of social indicators. And economists and statisticians are trying to measure nation-wide material and non-material aspects of well-being with intention to incorporate them into an appropriately re-formulated, or extended, system of national account. As a part of these conceptualizations moving beyond GDP some approaches are being developed to include the value produced under non-market activities, including the non-profit organizations or third sector either through utilizing Satellite Accounts methodology or through the labor market research.