author={Ianina Rossi and M{\'a}ximo Rossi},
  journal={Behavioral \& Experimental Economics},
The present paper is a first attempt to measure and explain, from an economic perspective, the religious behavior of Uruguayans (women in this stage), and compare the results with those obtained for some Latin American and developed countries. In this first stage, the efforts were concentrated in the interpretation of the religious behavior from an microeconomic perspective, considering the individual decision about church attendance and its frequency. With this aim, we analyze the relation… Expand
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