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Economics and social reality: Professor O'Neil and the problem of culture

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Examines the relationship between economics and culture. Discusses the role of Protestantism, Calvanism and Catholicism in the affluency of societies. Refers to the article by D.J. O'Neil in this issue which discusses the works of Horace Plunkett, Edward Banfield and George Foster, who applied Weberian analysis of culture to the problem of societies which fail to become affluent. Compares Marxist and Weberian theories of society and economics.
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Keywords: Economic Systems; Marxian Economics; National Cultures; Religion; Social Economics

Document Type: Research Article

Publication date: September 1, 1995

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