Is God Good for Trade?

@article{Helble2007IsGG,
  title={Is God Good for Trade?},
  author={Matthias Helble},
  journal={Development Economics},
  year={2007}
}
As the world economy is integrating, trade between countries is growing rapidly. The exchange of goods not only has an economic, but also a cultural dimension. In the gravity equation literature common religion is often used as a control variable, without distinguishing between religious groups. This paper investigates the possible ways in which religion influences international trade patterns. Analyzing empirically trade flows between 151 countries, the paper finds that the five world… Expand
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