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- society meets material needs. economic anthropology the formalist vs substantivist debate polanyi, karl. (1944) the great transformation: the political
- the opposition between substantivist and formalist economic models was first proposed by karl polanyi in his work the great transformation (1944). polanyi
- term was created by economic historian karl polanyi as part of his substantivist approach. polanyi argued that in non-market societies there are no pure
- whose approach to morphology (whole word morphology) forms part of the substantivist programme. dasgupta was made an honorary member of the linguistic society
- from mauss). he labelled this approach substantivism. the formalist vs substantivist debate was highly influential and defined an era. as globalization became
- schneider was compelled to argue forcefully against the prevailing substantivist perspective, which held that optimizing behavior was characteristic
- its members take a variety of approaches to economics: some have a substantivist perspective, while others are interested in the new institutional economics
- collects some of sahlins's key essays in substantivist economic anthropology. as opposed to 'formalists,' substantivists insist that economic life is produced