Culture in Economics

  title={Culture in Economics},
  author={Shahzavar Karimzadi},
  journal={Advances in economics and business},
It is a self-evident fact that there cannot be a human society without culture. The necessity of culture to humans is imperative. Culture in its most basic sense fulfills and harnesses the obligations of communal cohabitation. Equally imperative is the fact that culture is not an ad hoc construction of any one individual. What is manifestly obvious is that culture is a reality. On this matter, we can draw a definite conclusion. Humans by their nature are social animals and therefore the… Expand
Purpose – the aim of the article is to present the concept of cultural economics upon analysing the scientific literature and to single out the factors that influence the development of culturalExpand


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