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Gentrificación en Sevilla:
Un regalo sin estrenar por la población actual del barrio.
Finding the honest balance.
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What is anthropology?
More scholarly research on the informal economy.
Local banknotes in times of crisis.
Started by Dr. Respati Nining, MPd in The OAC Forum May 11.
For my current project, which automates an approach to understanding decision making processes of elites, first developed by Robert Axelrod in the 1970s, I make use of two newly developed computational linguistic tools (see my github profile).
Rather than discussing the specifics of my current project, which you can read about here, I…
Reading this review of a new book about the "anti-utopian reformer with keen eye for detail" Albert Hirschman, I found myself thinking of OAC founder Keith Hart. I wonder what Hart will think of being seen as resembling Hirschman, in a complimentary way.
More on the idea of the informal economy: My earlier post (14 April) was a work-in-progress report on a study of 'the idea of the informal economy', with particular reference to Melanesia (and specifically to pre-modern Papua New Guinea). In time it will be extended to the modern (colonial and post-colonial) period.
That earlier post provided links to three papers which had appeared to that point. A fourth paper, titled "Preconditions for an informal economy: ‘trucking and bartering’…
Posted by Mr. Jan Hearthstone on May 15, 2013 at 7:18pm
Posted by Jose Mansilla on May 3, 2013 at 12:15pm