*Protestants and Catholics: Similar Work Ethic, Different Social Ethic

@article{Arruada2009ProtestantsAC,
  title={*Protestants and Catholics: Similar Work Ethic, Different Social Ethic},
  author={Benito Arru{\~n}ada},
  journal={Development Economics eJournal},
  year={2009}
}
This article develops two hypotheses about economically-relevant values of Christian believers, according to which Protestants should work more and more effectively, as in the “work ethic” argument of Max Weber, or display a stronger “social ethic” that would lead them to monitor each other’s conduct, support political and legal institutions and hold more homogeneous values. Tests using current survey data confirm substantial partial correlations and possible different “effects” in mutual… Expand
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