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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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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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"Money in the Making of World Society" Conference Proceedings

Human Economy Blog , September 17th, 2014


Photo credit: Polina Gioltzoglou


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Europe is the Main and Permanent Loser in This Crisis

Why is Anthropology not a Public Science?

Human Economy Blog , December 30th, 2013


By Keith Hart Anthropologists have given up on speculating about the unity of humanity and simply chronicle the diversity (as Lévi-Strauss put it in his UNESCO paper on…


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