Traditional exchange and modern markets / Cyril S. Belshaw.


Englewood Cliffs, N.J. : Prentice-Hall, [1965] .

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Subjects Commerce -- Histoire.
Commerce -- History.
Commerce.
Exchange -- History.
Exchange.
Ruilhandel.
Traditionele samenleving.
Series Modernization of traditional societies series.
Description viii, 149 pages ; 23 cm.
Copyright Date [1965]
©1965
Notes Includes bibliographical references and index.
Contents 1. Economy and society -- 2. Gift exchange and reciprocity -- Trade rings of Papua -- The Kwakiutl potlatch -- East African cattle complex -- An overview of Melanesian exchange -- Melanesia in a modern context Prestation and gift-giving -- Prestation and modernization -- 3. Monetized peasant marketing -- The markets of Haiti and Mesoamerica -- Malayan and Indonesian markets -- West Africa trade -- Colonial market control -- Market place systems -- social relations of the Market place -- Limitations in peasant marketing -- 4. Approaches to articulation in the economy -- Babylonian administration -- Port of trade enclaves -- dual economy and plural society -- Similarities in modern states -- 5. Conditions for the modernization of the market economy.
Genre History.
Network Numbers (OCoLC)238091
(OCoLC)ocm00238091
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WorldCat Identities Belshaw, Cyril S.
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