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I first became interested in the connection between anthropology and economics with the book "Culture Matters: How Values Shape Human Progress" edited by Lawrence E. Harrison, Samuel P. Huntington. It's almost a tribute to Protestant Christianity.

Also, I read Geert Hofstede's study of IBM employees world wide to discern cultural differences and how they relate to economic development. Great stuff! We need more!

What is "properly understood" praxeology, compared to improperly understood?

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