According to researchers at Harvard, the religiosity of a country is a good predictor of it’s economic growth. The New York Times story is here.
This entry on SSRN appears to be their working paper (though the emphasis is different from the angle of the NYTimes story).
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Economic Growth Correlates Positively with Religiosity
February 2, 2004 | 2 commentsBy Matt Evans