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  • Trust at Work: A Study on Faith and Trust of Protestant Entrepreneurs in China
    Tong, Joy K.C., and Fenggang Yang (2016)
    Religions 7(12), 136; doi:10.3390/rel7120136 (online)

    Based on in-depth interviews; religiosity facilitates trust.

    Associated Search Terms: Business people; China; Protestant, China; Trust
  • Religious faith and the market economy: A survey on faith and trust of Catholic entrereneurs in China.
    Gao, Shining, and Fengang Yang (2014)
    In Jürgen von Hagen and Michael Welker (eds.) Money as God?: The Monetization of the market and Its Impact on Religion, Politics, Law and Ethics. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, pp. 339-361.

    Associated Search Terms: Business people; China; Catholic, China
  • A religious profile of American entrepreneurs.
    Dougherty, Kevin D., Mitchell J. Neubert, Jenna Griebel, and Jerry Z Park (2013)
    Journal for the Scientific Study of Religion 52:2:401-409.

    2010 description of American entrepreneurs & comparison with the rest of the American population.

    Associated Search Terms: Business people
  • Businessmen, priests and parishes. Religious individualization and privatization in Russia.
    Kölner, Tobias (2013)
    Archives de Sciences Sociales des Religions 162:2:37-57.

    Associated Search Terms: Business people; Clergy; Privatization; Russia
  • La conscience éthique restaurée des Entrepreneurs et Dirigeants Chrétiens.
    Brémond d'Ars, Nicolas (2012)
    Social Compass 59:2: 159-172.

    Explores the cultural contradictions of a Christian businessmen's organization.

    Associated Search Terms: Social movement; Entrepreneurs et Dirigeants Chrétiens; Business people
  • Muslim Attitudes toward Business in the Emerging Market Economy of China.
    Wang, Yutin, and Fenggang Yang (2011)
    Social Compass 58:4: 554-573.

    Based on 2006 open-ended interviews with Chinese Muslim business people in 3 cities--Beijing, Zhengzhou, & Guangzhou. Develops a typology of urban Muslim business people: socially detached, socially engaged, pragmatic, traditional, & secular.

    Associated Search Terms: Islam, China; Business people; China; Economic
  • Notions of Evil, the Devil and Sin among Chilean Businessmen.
    Thumala Olave, María Angélica (2007)
    Social Compass 54:4: 613-632.

    Based on interviews with Chilean business executives, whose discourse on evil is not traditional (hell, devil) but whose beliefs are nevertheless theistic.

    Associated Search Terms: Secularization; Evil; Devil; Chile; Business people; Belief
  • Bewusstseins-Anpassung: Religiöse Indifferenz und Opportunismus.
    Kaufmann, Franz-Xaver, and Paul M. Zulehner (1986)
    In Franz-Xaver Kaufmann, Walter Kerber, and Paul M. Zulehner, Ethos und Religion bei Führunskräften. Eine Studie im Auftrag des Arbeitskreises für Führungskräfte in der Wirtschaft. München: peter Kundt, Albert-Roßhaupter, pp. 257-286.

    Associated Search Terms: Business people; Ethics
  • Attitudes toward Joining Authoritarian Organizations and Sectarian Churches.
    Photiadis, John D., and William Schweiker (1970)
    Journal for the Scientific Study of Religion 9:3: 227-235.

    Analyzes survey data from small businessmen in Minnesota; shows powerlessness & authoritarianism related to joining authoritarian organizations & sectarian churches.

    Associated Search Terms: United States, Minnesota; Business people; Conversion; Authoritarianism; Alienation; Sect
  • Religion as a Superordinate Meaning System and Socio-psychological Integration.
    Schweiker, William F. (1969)
    Journal for the Scientific Study of Religion 8:2: 300-307.

    Analyzes questionnaire data from Minnesota small businessmen.

    Associated Search Terms: Anomie; Alienation; United States, Minnesota; Business people; Integration (social)
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