Welcome to the Publications page of the Society for Economic Anthropology (SEA). Here, you will find a collection of influential and thought-provoking publications that highlight the dynamic field of economic anthropology.
Our flagship publication, Economic Anthropology, serves as a premier research journal that embraces interdisciplinary perspectives, offering insightful analyses of economic and social life.
The exchange is short-form blog content on all things economic anthropology.
The Research in Economic Anthropology book series promotes the comparative study of economic systems, placing a special emphasis on ethnographic research that provides rich insights into diverse economic practices and phenomena.
Additionally, our SEA monographs, published between 1983 and 2011, showcase collections of original essays exploring a wide range of topics, including informal economies, property rights, labor dynamics, and more.