Economics - International - Panafrica - United Kingdom - United States - Trade - Religion
Estimating the Institutional and Network Effect of religious Cultures on International Trade
Economists have increasingly emphasized the role of institutions in shaping economic activity. Among the many studies on institutions, however, there has been relatively little resarch on the economic role of religion in modern societies or in recent episodes of economic growth and change. This lack of research is suprising because religious practices, traditions, and philosophies are important components of national cultures that shape institutions.

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