Forbidden Fruits: The Political Economy of Science, Religion, and Growth

rolandbenabou0, davideticchi0, andreavindigni0, Sun, 04/19/2015

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Topics:  Politics and economics Poverty and income inequality

Tags:  beliefs, blocking, censorship, church, discovery, economic growth, Inequality, innovation, knowledge, politics, redistribution, religion, religious right, science, secularization, state, technical progress, theocracy, tolerance

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