Understanding ethnolinguistic differences: The roles of geography and trade
The Economic Journal • Vol/Iss. ueab065 • Oxford University Press • • Published In • Pages: 1-28 •
By Dickens, Andrew
Post-1500 ethnic groups residing in land with high-productive variation will have increased exogamous inter-ethnic marriage.
This was tested first with data from the Ethnographic atlas (p<.05), then with the SCCS (p<.1). However, note that the measure of marriage was community exogamy, not inter-ethnic exogamy.
|Multiple regression||Supported||p<.10||b= .114 to .375||UNKNOWN|
|Variable Name||Variable Type||OCM Term(s)|
|Exogamous Marriage||Dependent||Regulation Of Marriage|
|Land productivity variation||Independent||Climate, Land Use, Production And Supply|