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  • Sri Lanka's Informal Religious Economy: Evangelical Competitiveness and Buddhist Hegemony in Perspective.
    Woods, Orlando (2012)
    Journal for the Scientific Study of Religion 51:2: 203-219.

    Based on 2010-11 interviews in Sri Lanka; develops a model of "relational competitiveness," wherein Christian Evangelicals recruit members in an "informal economy," i.e. one that leaves no public trace. The model is proposed for unofficial near-monopoly situations.

    Associated Search Terms: Competition; Evangelical, Sri Lanka; Market model; Regulation; Secrecy; Sri Lanka; Pluralism
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