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Inequality, Conservative Christianity and Implicit Racism in the US

Unknown , June 29th, 2017


In the United States, like many countries, income inequality has been reaching staggering proportions. In 1980, the average pre-tax income of the top 1% was 27 times the…


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Inequality, Conservative Christianity and Implicit Racism in the US

Human Economy Blog , June 25th, 2017


In the United States, like many countries, income inequality has been reaching staggering proportions. In 1980, the average pre-tax income of the top 1% was 27 times the…


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A Human Economy Approach To Development

Human Economy Blog , June 5th, 2016


Originally published in openDemocracy, in the openMovements series. By Keith Hart Ronald Coase won a Nobel prize in economics for inventing the idea of transaction costs in “The…


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A Human Economy Approach To Development

Unknown , June 5th, 2016


Originally published in openDemocracy, in the openMovements series. By Keith Hart Ronald Coase won a Nobel prize in economics for inventing the idea of transaction costs in “The…


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A Human Economy Approach To Development

Human Economy Blog , June 5th, 2016


Originally published in openDemocracy, in the openMovements series. By Keith Hart Ronald Coase won a Nobel prize in economics for inventing the idea of transaction costs in “The…


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A Human Economy Approach To Development

Human Economy Blog , June 5th, 2016


Originally published in openDemocracy, in the openMovements series. By Keith Hart Ronald Coase won a Nobel prize in economics for inventing the idea of transaction costs in “The…


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Human Economy Book: Economy For and Against Democracy

Human Economy Blog , November 12th, 2015


We are proud to present the book Economy For and Against Democracy, edited by Keith Hart and published by Berghahn Books of Oxford and New York. The book…


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Human Economy Book: Economy For and Against Democracy

Unknown , November 12th, 2015


We are proud to present the book Economy For and Against Democracy, edited by Keith Hart and published by Berghahn Books of Oxford and New York. The book…


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Human Economy Book: Economy For and Against Democracy

Human Economy Blog , November 12th, 2015


We are proud to present the book Economy For and Against Democracy, edited by Keith Hart and published by Berghahn Books of Oxford and New York. The book…


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Human Economy Book: Economy For and Against Democracy

Human Economy Blog , November 12th, 2015


We are proud to present the book Economy For and Against Democracy, edited by Keith Hart and published by Berghahn Books of Oxford and New York. The book…


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Hope for the Future? Efforts and Ideas to Improve the Current Economic Predicament

Human Economy Blog , September 27th, 2015


Tijo Salverda, research associate of the Human Economy Programme in Pretoria and senior research fellow at the Global South Studies Centre (GSSC) in Cologne, sent us this call…


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Hope for the Future? Efforts and Ideas to Improve the Current Economic Predicament

Unknown , September 27th, 2015


Tijo Salverda, research associate of the Human Economy Programme in Pretoria and senior research fellow at the Global South Studies Centre (GSSC) in Cologne, sent us this call…


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Hope for the Future? Efforts and Ideas to Improve the Current Economic Predicament

Human Economy Blog , September 27th, 2015


Tijo Salverda, research associate of the Human Economy Programme in Pretoria and senior research fellow at the Global South Studies Centre (GSSC) in Cologne, sent us this call…


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Hope for the Future? Efforts and Ideas to Improve the Current Economic Predicament

Human Economy Blog , September 27th, 2015


Tijo Salverda, research associate of the Human Economy Programme in Pretoria and senior research fellow at the Global South Studies Centre (GSSC) in Cologne, sent us this call…


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The Franco-Mauritian Elite: Power and Anxiety in the Face of Change

The Franco-Mauritian Elite: Power and Anxiety in the Face of Change

The Franco-Mauritian Elite: Power and Anxiety in the Face of Change

The Franco-Mauritian Elite: Power and Anxiety in the Face of Change

Human Economy Book: People, Money and Power in the Economic Crisis

Human Economy Blog , January 28th, 2015


We are proud to present the edited collection People, Money and Power in the Economic Crisis: Perspectives from the Global South, edited by Keith Hart and John Sharp,…


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Gandhi as a Global Thinker: Legacies of the Anti-Colonial Revolution

Human Economy Blog , January 13th, 2015


Faculty of Social Sciences at South Asian University, New DelhiPresents Contributions to Contemporary Knowledge – 2015 Gandhi as a Global Thinker:Legacies of the Anti-Colonial Revolution&nbs…


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"Money in the Making of World Society" Conference Proceedings

Human Economy Blog , September 17th, 2014


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HEP Workshop "Land, Money and Human Relations in Southern and Central Africa" 5-6 September 2014

Human Economy Blog , August 29th, 2014


The Human Economy Programme invites you to attend the workshop Land, money and human relations in southern and central Africa:people’s economic strategies combining city and countryside  Conv…


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The Globalization of Apartheid: South Africa, Europe, World

Keith Hart , August 28th, 2014


South Africa recently celebrated twenty years of “democracy” since a Black majority government was formed by the African National Congress (ANC) and its allies in 1994. South Africa…


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Keith Hart Interview in Porto Alegre

Keith Hart , August 16th, 2014


Transcription of a video interview with Ruben Oliven and Arlei Damo held at UFRGS postgraduate programme in Social Anthropology, Porto Alegre, Brazil on 27 May 2011. To be…


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