Causes and Consequences of the Protestant Reformation

@inproceedings{Becker2016CausesAC,
  title={Causes and Consequences of the Protestant Reformation},
  author={Sascha O. Becker and Steven Pfaff and Jared Rubin},
  year={2016}
}
The Protestant Reformation is one of the defining events of the last millennium. Nearly 500 years after the Reformation, its causes and consequences have seen a renewed interest in the social sciences. Research in economics, sociology, and political science increasingly uses detailed individual-level, city-level, and regional-level data to identify drivers of the adoption of the Reformation, its diffusion pattern, and its socioeconomic consequences. This survey takes stock of the research so… Expand
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