How "Cultural Distance" between Societies Can Hamper Economic Prosperity
Cultural disparities between national, linguistic, or cultural groups can prevent the spread of trade and hamper the adoption of useful economic strategies.
Original Article: "How "Cultural Distance" between Societies Can Hamper Economic Prosperity"
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