By Tim Di Muzio,Richard H. Robbins
An Anthropology of cash: A serious Introduction shows how our current financial method was once imposed by means of elites and the way they reap the benefits of it. The e-book poses the query: how, through assorted types of cash, do we get pleasure from that they've diversified results? The authors show how sleek cash calls for perpetual progress, a rise in inequality, environmental devastation, expanding commoditization, and, for this reason, the perpetual intake of ever extra stuff. those will not be intrinsic beneficial properties of cash, yet, particularly, of debt-money. this article indicates that, via learning cash in different cultures, we will have cash that higher serves the wider objectives of society.
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An Anthropology of Money: A Critical Introduction (Routledge Series for Creative Teaching and Learning in Anthropology) by Tim Di Muzio,Richard H. Robbins