Religion and Political Economy in an International Panel

@article{Barro2002ReligionAP,
  title={Religion and Political Economy in an International Panel},
  author={R. Barro and Rachel M. Mccleary},
  journal={Political Economy (Topic)},
  year={2002}
}
Economic and political developments affect religiosity, and the extent of religious participation and beliefs influence economic performance and political institutions. We study these two directions of causation in a broad cross-country panel that includes survey information over the last 20 years on church attendance and an array of religious beliefs. Although religiosity declines overall with economic development, the nature of the response varies with the dimension of development. Church… Expand
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