Money matters: instability, values, and social payments in the modern history of West African communities
Heinemann, 1995 - 331 sider
By examining currency and value in African communities, this collection highlights ordinary people's conceptions of money, their innovations in its use, and the interactions between indigenous and international monetary systems. Money Matterscomplements the new history of imperialism, suggests fresh ways of analyzing money in developing areas, and contributes to a new economic anthropology of West Africa.
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