Martha Lampland (Professsor of Sociology and Science Studies, University of California San Diego)

In this book, Chris Hann contends that Karl Polanyi’s intellectual repertoire is more relevant than ever. Long an insightful observer of Hungarian rural society, Hann makes a convincing argument by providing an invaluable selection of his writings old and new on the cultural and economic dilemmas faced by Polanyi’s compatriots over the last half century.
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Author: 
Chris Hann
ISBN: 
978-963-386-287-2
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$70.00 / €62.00/ £55.00