Towards New Maps of Global Human Values, Based on World Values Survey (6) Data

  title={Towards New Maps of Global Human Values, Based on World Values Survey (6) Data},
  author={Arno Tausch},
  journal={Urban \& Transnational Anthropology eJournal},
  • Arno Tausch
  • Published 31 March 2015
  • Economics
  • Urban & Transnational Anthropology eJournal
This article provides a new approach to the study of global values, based on a statistical analysis of the freely available data from the World Values Survey, 6th wave of global opinion surveys, which has now been made public. In accordance with economic approaches, we contradict the mainstream of the hitherto published global value analyses in sociology (Ronald F. Inglehart) and we think that family values (Schumpeter) and religious values (Barro) can be an important positive asset for society… 
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