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Primitive, archaic, and modern economies; essays of Karl Polanyi. Edited by George Dalton.


[1st ed.].. Garden City, N.Y., Anchor Books, 1968.
ISBN 9780807047934, 0807047937

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Subjects Anthropologie économique.
Economic anthropology.
Economics.
Economische antropologie.
Économie politique.
Voorindustriële maatschappij.
Description liv, 346 pages portrait 18 cm
Copyright Date 1968.
Notes Includes bibliographical references.
Contents Societies and economic systems -- The self-regulation market and the fictitious commodities: Land, labor, and money -- Class interest and social change -- Our obsolete market mentality -- Aristotle discovers the economy -- The place of economies in societies -- The economy as instituted process -- The semantics of money-use -- Redistribution: The state sphere in eighteenth-century dahomey -- Ports of trade in early societies -- Sortings and 'ounce trade' in the west African slave trade -- Archaic economic institutions: Cowrie money -- On the comparative treatment of economic institutions in antiquity with illustrations from Athens, Mycenae, and Alalakh.
Network Numbers (OCoLC)167402
(OCoLC)ocm00167402
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WorldCat Identities Polanyi, Karl, 1886-1964.
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