This paper reviews recent developments in economic anthropology. It argues that an underlying concern with the cultural constitution of material life unites many current studies - and not just the few works offered to date as studies in cultural economics. Such current work has to be recognized for what it is, namely an emergent, broadly based culturalist school in economic anthropology.
|Number of pages
|International Social Science Journal
|Published - Dec 1997
ASJC Scopus subject areas
- General Social Sciences