This final chapter summarizes how the empirical findings of the book show the importance of social cognition theory in explaining how major economic institutional changes happen. In the transition to capitalism in particular, social cognition processes are necessary to enable the fundamental transfers and development of property. It then concludes with comments on the implications for international development practice and social science theory.
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