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Berghahn Series

The Human Economy

Series Editors:
Keith Hart, University of Pretoria
John Sharp, University of Pretoria

"This series is more an agenda-setting enterprise than a mere book series. It promises to be the most important scholarly initiative to come from the global south in a very long time; one that is sure to change how we think about the world at large, about economy and humanity".  ·  John Comaroff,  Harvard University

Those social sciences and humanities concerned with the economy have lost the confidence to challenge the sophistication and public dominance of the field of economics. We need to give a new emphasis and direction to the economic arrangements that people already share, while recognizing that humanity urgently needs new ways of organizing life on the planet. This series examines how human interests are expressed in our unequal world through concrete economic activities and aspirations.

sms.cam.ac.uk/media/1725479
thehumaneconomy.blogspot.com/

Manuscripts should be sent directly to Berghahn Books. For more information, see Info for Authors on our web site. Please send all submissions and queries about formal procedure to Berghahn.