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GEM13: Shaping Beliefs and Culture

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Published on Nov 6, 2013

To what extent is socio-economic development in societies influenced by cultural traits, such as individual values and beliefs? Are such behavioral factors determined primarily by persistent historical forces, or can they be altered and shaped in the short-run as well? Professors Asim Khwaja, Nathan Nunn and David Yanigazawa-Drott discuss their research during the 2013 Global Empowerment Meeting at the Center for International Development.

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