A comparative study of slave societies
Journal of Comparative Economics • Vol/Iss. 1 • Published In • Pages: 25-49 •
By Pryor, Frederic L.
Polygyny will be associated with the presence of slaves owned as social capital (p. 33).
This regression also found that economic development was not a significant predictor of slavery. This model explains 27.32% of variability in the presence of slavery.
|multiple regression||Supported||p<.05||b = .248||UNKNOWN|
|Variable Name||Variable Type||OCM Term(s)|
|Slavery||Dependent||Status, Role, And Prestige, Slavery|