That’s the title of a June 2016 Journal of Economic Literature piece, available at a website near you. Typically, this wouldn’t warrant a response from the Lawrence Economics Blog, but typically you don’t see accolades like this directed towards one of our own:
One of the classic papers written on the economics of religion, Azzi and Ehrenberg (1975), summarized the literature on what the empirical correlates of religiosity had discovered about the United States until then.
Wow, classic papers! If you see Professor Azzi, be sure to ask him about the genesis of that paper.
- 2016. “The New Economics of Religion.” Journal of Economic Literature, 54(2): 395-441.
- Corry Azzi and Ronald Ehrenberg. 1975. “Household Allocation of Time and Church Attendance.” Journal of Political Economy 83 (1): 27–56.