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Културна економија је грана економије која проучава однос културе и економске резултате. 'Култура' је дефинисана заједничким веровањима и жељама одговарајућих група. Програмска питања укључују да ли и колико је култура важна за економске резултате и какав је њен однос са институцијама.[1]

Примењује се кроз проучавање религије,[2] друштвене норме,[3] социјалног идентитета,[4] плодности,[5] веровање у редистрибутивну правду,,[6] идеологије,[7] мржње,[8] тероризма,[9] поверења,[10] и културе економије.[11][12] Општи аналитичка тема је како се идеје и понашања шире међу појединцима кроз формирање друштвеног капитала,[13] по друштвеним мрежама[14] и процесима, као што су социјална учења, као и у теорији социјалне еволуције[15] и информационих каскада.[16] Методе укључују студије случаја, теоријска и емпиријска моделовање културног преноса унутар и по друштвеним групама.[17] Године 2013. је Саид Д. Давлабани додао приступ вредносних система аспекту културног ницања макроекономије.[18]

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