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Volume 7 , Number 3
December 2019

Jason Antrosio and Sallie Han – Open Anthropology.
Trueque: An Ethnographic Account of Barter, Trade and Money in Andean Ecuador
Emilia Ferraro – The Journal of Latin American and Caribbean Anthropology. Vol 16, Issue 1:168-184 (2011)
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Andean-Pacific Commerce and Credit: Bolivian Traders, Asian Migrant Businesses, and International Manufacturers in the Regional Economy
Juliane Müller – The Journal of Latin American and Caribbean Anthropology. Vol 23, Issue 1:18-36 (2018)
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The Alimentary Forms of the Global Life: The Pacific Island Trade in Lamb and Mutton Flaps
Deborah Gewertz and Frederick Errington – American Anthropologist. Vol 109, Issue 3:496-508 (2007)
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Working the Field: Kumasi Central Market as Community, Employer, and Home
Gracia Clark – Anthropology of Work Review. Vol 29, Issue 3:69-75 (2008)
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The Bottlenecks of Free Trade: Paraguay's Mau Cars and Contraband Markets in the Triple Frontier
Caroline E. Schuster – The Journal of Latin American and Caribbean Anthropology. Vol 24, Issue 2:498-517 (2019)
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“Corn Is Food, Not Contraband”: The Right to “Free Trade” at the Mexico-Guatemala Border
Rebecca B. Galemba – American Ethnologist. Vol 39, Issue 4:716-734 (2012)
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Traders Versus the State: Negotiating Urban Renewal in Lào Cai City, Vietnam
Kirsten W. Endres – City & Society. (2019)
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Moonshine, Money, and the Politics of Liquidity in Rural Russia
Douglas Rogers – American Ethnologist. Vol 32, Issue 1:63-81 (2005)
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A Clinical Economy of Speculation: Financial Trading and Gambling Disorder in Spain
Jorge Núñez – Cultural Anthropology. Vol 32, Issue 2:269-293 (2017)
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Trading on Risk: The Moral Logics and Economic Reasoning of North Carolina Farmers in Water Quality Trading Markets
Caela O'Connell, Marzieh Motallebi, Deanna L. Osmond, and Dana L. K. Hoag – Economic Anthropology. Vol 4, Issue 2:225-238 (2017)
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Intellectual Property in Practice: Filtering Testimony at the United States Trade Representative
Alexander S. Dent – Journal of Linguistic Anthropology. Vol 23, Issue 2:E48-E65 (2013)
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Coping with the Refugee Wait: The Role of Consumption, Normalcy, and Dignity in Refugee Lives at Kakuma Refugee Camp, Kenya
Rahul Chandrashekhar Oka – American Anthropologist. Vol 116, Issue 1:23-37 (2014)
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Mobilities and Risks in Coastal Kenya: Jumping Scales Versus Staying Local
Dillon Mahoney – PoLAR: Political and Legal Anthropology Review. Vol 39, Issue 2:176-189 (2016)
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A World of Cheapness: Affordability, Shoddiness, and Second-Best Options in Guinea and China
Susanna Fioratta – Economic Anthropology. Vol 6, Issue 1:86-97 (2019)
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Indian Religions in the Global Emerald Trade: A Photo Essay
Brian Brazeal – Visual Anthropology Review. Vol 28, Issue 2:120-132 (2012)
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