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Extraordinarily, the effects of the Spanish Inquisition linger to this day

By Jordi Vidal-Robert, Lecturer in Economics, University of Sydney
Hans-Joachim Voth, UBS Professor of Macroeconomics and Financial Markets, University of Zurich
Mauricio Drelichman, Associate Professor, Vancouver School of Economics, University of British Columbia
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Even now, 200 years on from the Spanish Inquisition, the locations affected appear to be poorer, less educated, and less trusting.The Conversation

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