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ACTIVIDADES RELIGIOSAS EN BUCARAMANGA: UNA APROXIMACIÓN DESDE LA ECONOMÍA

@article{Aguilar2011ACTIVIDADESRE,
  title={ACTIVIDADES RELIGIOSAS EN BUCARAMANGA: UNA APROXIMACI{\'O}N DESDE LA ECONOM{\'I}A},
  author={Alexandra Cort{\'e}s Aguilar and Luis A. Palacio Garcia and Ronald Javier Rueda Sarmiento},
  journal={Cuadernos de Econom{\'i}a},
  year={2011},
  volume={30},
  pages={151-169}
}
Este documento explora el comportamiento religioso de los habitantes de la ciudad de Bucaramanga desde la perspectiva analitica conocida como economia de la religion. Considerando la practica religiosa como una eleccion racional de los individuos, se analizan las creencias, el nivel de oracion y la frecuencia de asistencia al templo. Los resultados empiricos permiten concluir que: (i) la edad y la compatibilidad religiosa entre conyuges son determinantes positivos de la asistencia a la iglesia… 
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