This paper is an empirical analysis of the desire for government control in different segments of life in Bosnia and Herzegovina. The focus is on Bosnian Muslims and on the effect of intensity of religious practice. The data is based on a survey conducted by the author. The findings indicate that Bosnian Muslims generally prefer government intervention more than non-Muslims but as they practice their religion more intensively, their desire for government control declines and shifts towards the private sector.
By Edo Omerčević