New York London: Texere, 2001. First Edition, First Printing. Cloth. 8vo, dark gray cloth with copper spine lettering, Mylar-protected, decorative endpapers, ix + 341 pages. New / New. Item #2636
In a polarized world characterized by staggering economic inequalities, recent advances in technology offer radical possibilities for the development of human freedom and equality. Hart's particular focus is the internet, which he argues holds the potential for a personalization of economic relations.--blurb
Keith Hart (born 1943 in Manchester, England) is International Director of the Human Economy Programme at the University of Pretoria and lives in Paris with his family. His main research has been on economic anthropology, Africa and the African diaspora. He has taught at numerous universities, most significantly at Cambridge where he was director of the African Studies Centre. He has contributed the concept of the informal economy to development studies and has published widely on economic anthropology. He is the author of The Memory Bank (aka Money in an Unequal World).--Wikipedia
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