By Donald Wood
This twenty fifth quantity within the "Research in fiscal Anthropology" sequence comprises 12 unique papers, 9 empirical ethnographic experiences and 3 theoretical essays - all associated by means of a standard hindrance with monetary selection in quite a few social and cultural occasions, and authored by way of researchers in anthropology, economics, and sociology. The ethnographic reviews current information gathered in Mexico, Paraguay, Columbia, Greece, Morocco, Egypt, Thailand, Taiwan, and Japan. half I of the quantity specializes in paintings migration, a subject matter that has got a lot realization of overdue. Papers partially II are focused on a number of manifestations of markets and marketplace forces in way of life, and linked person, team, or company motion. half III includes experiences on monetary improvement, marketplace enlargement, and community-wide affects in Latin the US. ultimately, papers partially IV proportion a standard problem with the works of famous monetary historian Karl Polanyi, that have prompted researchers in monetary anthropology, economics, and sociology in lots of alternative ways. The study is international in scope and comprises ecu, Asian, African, and American international locations. specified realization is given to Latin American international locations and the paintings of financial historian Karl Polanyi.
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The economy, in this case, the labor market, is a key part of the story. A basic assumption of many pro- and anti-immigration groups is that Mexican immigration is temporary and tied to crisis in Mexico. Most migration studies explain Mexican migration in terms of poverty and crisis in Mexico. This perspective does not take into account the close ties between the Mexican, the US and the world economies. Migrant destination data for migrants from the southern Mexican state of Oaxaca for the period 1950–1998 illustrates the relationships between the Mexican and US economies.
Choice in Economic Contexts, Volume 25: Ethnographic and Theo Enquiries (Research in Economic Anthropology) (Research in Economic Anthropology) by Donald Wood