2 thoughts on “Religion in China

  1. Surveys history of religious change in communist china since 1949. Tries to adapt the religious economies argument of fine, stark and iannacone to the Chinese context but I am skeptical. In part because it makes an implicit assumption that there is an unmet demand for religion. Or that the demand for religion is fairly constant but gets reallocated into red, gray or black buckets depending on the amount of regulation/suppression. Some of the general historical chapters might be interesting to a

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