Introduction: Revealing the hidden hands of global market exchange.
Think locally, act globally: The political economy of ethical consumption.
Food values: The local and the authentic.
Outsourcing otherness: crafting and marketing culture in the global handicrafts market.
Looping the value chain: Designer copies in a brand-name garment factory.
“Longing for the west”: the geo-symbolics of the ethical consumption discourse in Hungary.
The hands that pick fair trade coffee: Beyond the charms of the family farm.
Making or marketing a difference?
An anthropological examination of the marketing of fair trade cocoa from Ghana.
Produce(ing) equity: Creating fresh markets in a food desert.
Global garment chains, local labour activism: New challenges to trade union and NGO activism in the Tiruppur garment cluster, South India.
NGO campaigns and banks: Constituting risk and uncertainty.
Arbitrating risk through moral values: the case of Kenyan fairtrade.
‘Uplift and empower’: The market, morality and corporate responsibility on South Africa's platinum belt.
List of Contributors.
Research in Economic Anthropology.
Hidden Hands in the Market: Ethnographies of Fair Trade, Ethical Consumption, and Corporate Social Responsibility.