Volume 32 - Article 27 | Pages 829-842 Article has associated letter

The future size of religiously affiliated and unaffiliated populations

By Conrad Hackett, Marcin Stonawski, Michaela Potančoková, Brian J. Grim, Vegard Skirbekk

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