Shared Cultural History as a Predictor of Political and Economic Changes among Nation States.

@article{Matthews2016SharedCH,
  title={Shared Cultural History as a Predictor of Political and Economic Changes among Nation States.},
  author={Luke Joseph Matthews and Sam Passmore and Paul M Richard and Russell D Gray and Quentin D. Atkinson},
  journal={PloS one},
  year={2016},
  volume={11 4},
  pages={e0152979}
}
Political and economic risks arise from social phenomena that spread within and across countries. Regime changes, protest movements, and stock market and default shocks can have ramifications across the globe. Quantitative models have made great strides at predicting these events in recent decades but incorporate few explicitly measured cultural variables… CONTINUE READING

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