In this Issue

Introduction

Editor’s note to Economic Anthropology readers
Katherine E. Browne | Full text

Original Articles

Roads, value, and dispossession in Baja California Sur, Mexico
Ryan Anderson | Abstract

The hidden labor of repayment: Women, credit, and strategies of microenterprise in northern Honduras
Lauren A. Hayes | Abstract

Space, female economies, and autonomy in the shotgun neighborhoods of Port-au-Prince, Haiti
Vincent Joos | Abstract

Oil territorialities, social life, and legitimacy in the Peruvian Amazon
Peter Bille Larsen | Abstract

Drivers and deterrents of entrepreneurial enterprise in the risk-prone Global South
Brandon D. Lundy, Mark Patterson, Alex O’Neill | Abstract

The semiotics of carbon: Atmospheric space, fungibility, and the production of scarcity
Raquel Machaqueiro | Abstract

A subtle economy of time: Social media and the transformation of Indonesia’s Islamic preacher economy
Martin Slama | Abstract

Don’t mix Paxil, Viagra, and Xanax: What financiers’ jokes say about inequality
Daniel Souleles | Abstract

A space for secondhand goods: Trading the remnants of material life in Hong Kong
Trang X. Ta | Abstract

From externality in economics to leakage in carbon markets: An anthropological approach to market making
Shaozeng Zhang | Abstract

Symposium

THE SYMPOSIUM: How can economic anthropology contribute to a more just world?
Jane I. Guyer | Full text

THE SYMPOSIUM: How can economic anthropology contribute to a more just world?
Keith Hart | Full text

THE SYMPOSIUM: How can economic anthropology contribute to a more just world?
Alf Hornborg | Full text

THE SYMPOSIUM: How can economic anthropology contribute to a more just world?
Gillian Tett | Full text

THE SYMPOSIUM: How can economic anthropology contribute to a more just world?
Richard Wilk | Full text

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