Religious Attitudes and Home Bias

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C. Reggiani; G. Rossini;

Home bias affects trade in goods, services and financial assets. It is mostly generated by "natural" trade barriers. Among these dividers we may list many behavioral and sociological factors, such as status quo biases and a few kind of ‘embeddedness’. Unfortunately thes... View more
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