Contesting Markets: Analyses of Ideology, Discourse and Practice

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Index
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accountability, modes of, 23-4
accountability and 'good government', 204, 210
accountant economics, 72
accounting systems
ambiguity, 10, 124
tributary, 141, 142
Zuwaya, 122-3, 126
action systems, 270-3
adaptation process, 101
advertising, 80
Africa
informal economy, 216-21, 223, 224-5
prospects, 205-14
agency
human and social, 23-4
market, 98, 234
and market ideology, 18-9
agriculture, 64, 263
aid policy, 203-4, 206, 212-13
alms, 121
anthropological economics, 30n, 31, 111, 175, 207-08, 284
anthropology
philosophical, 65-6
social agency of market, 14-15
see also economic anthropology
Appadurai, Arjun, 8, 9, 26, 138, 143, 176
Aquinas, Thomas, 4
Aristotle, 4, 285-6
artisanship, 280, 290-1, 292
Asia, 204, 208
attraction of markets, 269-70
auctions, 90
Austrian school of thought
development, 74n.2
invisible hand of market, 38, 39
autarky and morality, 4
avarice, 4
Bacarrega, José, 145, 146
Bakossi, 177n.18, 178n.23
Bakweri, 26, 172-3, 177n.18, 178n.22
Bamiléké, 159, 170, 173-4, 176
bargaining
Cameroon, 164-6, 167, 168-9, 174
horse-dealing, 105, 110
peasant economies, 80, 85-6, 88, 89-90
Piaroa, 184, 195
barter and truck, 79, 181, 248
bazaar economies, see peasant economies
Belzú, Manuel Isidoro, 143, 145, 147
Beti, 166, 167-8
Bloch, Maurice, 19, 138, 140, 160
Bohannan, Paul, 7, 12, 13, 98, 246
Bolivia, 26, 133-55, 287, 289
market morality, 5-6, 28n.14
book-keeping, see accounting systems
Bourdieu, Pierre, 16-17, 20
bullion, 134-5
business economics, 72
calendar
Lipez indians, 139-40
tribute payments, 141
camel trade, 118-19
Cameroon, 6, 18, 24, 159-78, 288
cannibalism, 182, 192
Canning, George, 133
capital
investment: hierarchy of priorities, 49-50, 53; invisible hand of market, 40, 48, 51
Zuwaya, 121, 122
capitalism, 12, 18, 26, 101, 245
Cameroon, 167, 168
China, 262, 266, 267, 271
neo-classicism, 67
and scarcity, 62
social totality, 30n.35
state, 214-26
substantivism, 13
Zuwaya, 121, 124
car trade, 84-5, 87
central-place theory, 15, 82
centrally planned economies, see planned economies
Chalker, Lynda, 204-5, 206, 208-9, 210, 213
Chile, 153n.9
China, 260-74, 285
and Java, 81
choice, consumer, 232, 237-8
class, 29n.22
Zuwaya, 121
clientalization, 85
coinage, see currency; money

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