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Megachurches are thriving in religious markets at a time when Americans are asserting their ability as consumers of religious products to engage in religious switching. The apparent success of megachurches, which often provide a low cost and low commitment path by which religious refugees may join the church, seems to challenge Iannocconne's theory that high commitment churches will thrive while low commitment churches will atrophy. This paper employs a signaling model to illustrate thedoi:10.1108/03068291211214217 fatcat:77znifa46fdwjliikk7or52wpi