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.

Economic Anthropology

Economic Anthropology is an influential and interdisciplinary research journal focusing on economic and social life.

The Exchange

Short-form content on economic anthropology.

Research in Economic Anthropology

Research in Economic Anthropology promotes the comparative study of economic systems with an emphasis on ethnographic research.

SEA monographs

SEA monographs, published from 1983 to 2011, offer collections of original essays on topics ranging from informal economies to property rights to labor and more.