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The evil eye isn’t just a trend. Here’s what it means to me.
Washington Post (Eda Uzunlar)

Witchcraft beliefs as a cultural legacy of the Atlantic slave trade

Comment l’esclavage a contribué à l’essor de la sorcellerie (in French)
National Geographic (Taïna Cluzeau)

Witches exist and they come in numbers
ZAM Magazine (Alberique Houndjo et al.)

When magical beliefs shape reality
I, Science (Juanita Bawagan)

Labeling women witches remains a powerful tool for social stigmatization
Seeker (Jen Viegas)

Hexenjagd im 21. Jahrhundert (in German)
Bild (Christian Müller)

Бес стагнации (in Russian)
Коммерсантъ Деньги (Vladimir Ruvinsky)

O que bruxaria tem a ver com economia? (in Portuguese)
Exame (João Pedro Caleiro)

Falsos intermediarios (in Spanish)
Pulso San Luis (Alfonso Lastras Martínez)

How witchcraft harms economies
Seeker (Ben Radford)

Why belief in witchcraft can do harm
Live Science (Stephanie Pappas)

Believing in witchcraft can slow economic progress, researcher discovers
The Independent (Doug Bolton)

Witchcraft belief creates antisocial cultures that are bad for business
International Business Times (Léa Surugue)

As origens econômicas do olho gordo (in Portuguese)
Exame (João Pedro Caleiro)

The hidden economic lessons of the evil eye
Quartz (Matt Phillips)

E assim nasceu o mau-olhado (in Portuguese)
Correio Braziliense (Isabela de Oliveira)

The case for the evil eye
The Boston Globe (Kevin Lewis)

What to do when the invisible hand stops working
Bloomberg (Mark Buchanan)


¿Es la creencia en la brujería un factor para el desarrollo económico? (in English and Spanish)
RCN Radio (Alejandro Villegas and Laura Bernal)


Do witchcraft beliefs halt economic progress?

Do witchcraft beliefs hurt economic progress?
Marginal Revolution

Witchcraft beliefs and the erosion of social capital
African Economic History Network

3%: The magical inflation target

About envy
Economic Logic