The field of economic anthropology has been greatly influenced by the work of Karl Polanyi. This 2009 volume brings together contributions from leading experts in economic anthropology, sociology and political economy to consider how far the Polanyi school can contribute to our understanding of the relationship between market and society.
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Review of the hardback: 'There is much to recommend … the biggest virtue of this collection is the critical and constructive approach it takes toward both Polanyi and The Great Transformation. … Because it provides both an overview and examples of research in Polanyian economic anthropology, it has further appeal to sociologists who want to acquire familiarity with a discipline whose agenda offers fruitful overlap with research in economic sociology.' Economic Sociology
' …this volume is a worthy inheritor of Polanyi in its engagement with what one contributor terms 'grand sweeping theory' and its commitment to the 'imagining of alternatives'. Dialectical Anthropology
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