For at least a half-century, there has been active debate on the nature of the economy between classical and neoclassical economists and advocates of a more -substantivist- approach (most recently, cultural anthropologists)… The essays are uniformly well written and excellently documented… Heartily recommended for academic libraries, community college level up. --S. M. Soiffer, Choice
PART I. INTRODUCTION, PART II. INDIVIDUALS AND MARKETS PART III. SOCIETY AS MARKET, PART IV. MARKETS IN SOCIETY PART V. MARKETS AS SOCIETY, About the Authors.