List of Contributors.
Introduction: economic development, integration, and morality in Asia and the Americas.
Underground lotteries in China: the occult economy and capitalist culture.
Supermarketization, consumer choices, and the changing food retail market structure: the case of Citlalicalli, Mexico.
A master is greater than a father: rearrangements of traditions among Muslim artisans in Soviet and Post-Soviet Uzbekistan.
Marketplace vendors, decision-making, and the household in Bolivia.
Gender, work, and opportunity in Oaxaca: some thoughts on the importance of women in the economic life of the rural village.
Money doesn't make the world go round: Angkor's non-monetisation.
Shifting coffee markets and producer responses in Costa Rica and Panama.
Moving bodies: the intersections of sex, work, and tourism.
“Made in China” – political and cultural valuation of brand images, trade, and commodities: ethnographic evidence from Europe and Asia.
The expansion of immigrant networks at origin: a case study of a rancho in Jalisco, Mexico.
Restaurant tipping: short-circuiting the morality of the market.
Children as a common-pool resource: change and the shrinking kindergarten market in a Japanese city.
“I bought this at eastern market”: Vending, value, and social relations in an urban street market.
Social capital as an incentive for participation and formation of women-dominant ROSCA.
Research in Economic Anthropology.
Economic development, integration, and morality in Asia and the Americas.