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- substantivism is a position, first proposed by karl polanyi in his work the great transformation , which argues that the term 'economics '
- the opposition between substantivist and formalist economic models was first proposed by karl polanyi in his work the great transformation
- he labelled this approach substantivism . the formalist vs substantivist debate was highly influential and defined an era as globalization
- the term was created by economic historian karl polanyi as part of his substantivist approach. polanyi argued that in non-market
- its members take a variety of approaches to economics: some have a substantivist perspective, while others are interested in the new
- richard white, while admitting that the formalist/substantivist debate was “old, and now tired,” attempted to reinvigorate the
- formalist vs substantivist debate : schneider focused on east africa in his field work, and was especially influenced by his study of the
- george dalton and the substantivists: george dalton applied the substantivist economic ideas of karl polanyi to economic anthropology, and
- (a debate later recapitulated by substantivist and formalist economic anthropologists in the 1960s), he argued for the creation of a new
- research topics: substantivist debates in political anthropology. in weapons of the weak: everyday forms of peasant resistance (1985) scott