"Dear Mustafiz, maybe it is worth having a look at this article of mine where I examine the economic logic of the Universal Church of the Kingdom of God in South Africa. At the same time, as you will see, I argue that neoliberalism is not the issue,…"
The attention to morality, ethics, and culture in economics can be found in the bounded rationality approach. In general, at least that is my impression, this approach treats morality, ethics, culture, or whatever as…"
"Erik - Ive just joined the Human Economy group but am interested in your work in Cape Town. I was there a month ago visiting my son who is a paediatrician working on TB and HIV AIDS in the townships in Cape Town and was amazed at how much had…"
"Thanks Keith for your helpful response. This tension between households and the market is something that we should definitely explore, and thanks for your helpful suggestions on ways to pursue this.
At the moment, it seems as if the policy…"
"The book was new to me and I will defenitely order it. It will also be of great help for my course 'globalisation and the market' which I am going to teach soon. So my response is only based on the slides and podcast. What struck me was…"
Excellent initiative and I am looking forward to the debates. Let me briefly introduce myself to the participants of the forum. I work at the Institute of Cultural Anthropology and Development Sociology at Leiden University. My…"
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Erik - Ive just joined the Human Economy group but am interested in your work in Cape Town. I was there a month ago visiting my son who is a paediatrician working on TB and HIV AIDS in the townships in Cape Town and was amazed at how much had changed since I was a junior lecturer in the School of African Studies at UCT...would like to discuss as Im thinking of coming out again and working with the Centre for Popular Memory at UCT on recent changes in the Cape