Readings in Economic Anthropology"" which cover production, allocation, trade, and money, etc. in primitive societies from...

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Readings in Economic Anthropology"" which cover production, allocation, trade, and money, etc. in primitive societies from the relatively static, traditional economies of subsistence and peasant cultures to the more complex economies of cultures undergoing social and economic change. Contributors include Max Weber, Manning Nash, B. Malinowski, Henri Pirenne, Philip Drucker, Daryll Forde, and Mary Douglas. The editor is Professor of Economics at Northwestern University. Index. Bibliography. A Natural History Press book, in the American Museum Sourcebooks in Anthropology series.

Pub Date: March 3, 1966

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Publisher: Doubleday

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Kirkus Reviews Issue: March 1, 1966