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Preface: The Human Economy Project
Keith Hart and John Sharp

Keith Hart and John Sharp 

Chapter 1. After the Big Clean-up: Street Vendors, the Informal Economy and Employment Policy in Zimbabwe
Busani Mpofu

Chapter 2. Immoral Accumulation and the Human Economy of  Death in Venda
Fraser McNeill

Chapter 3. ‘Letting Money Work for Us’: Self-organization and Financialization from Below in an All-male Savings Club in Soweto
Detlev Krige

Chapter 4. Market, Race and Nation: History of the White Working Class in Pretoria
John Sharp

Chapter 5. Negotiating Inequality: the Contemporary Black Middle Classes in Salvador, Brazil
Doreen Gordon

Chapter 6. Live Music in the Age of Digital Reproduction: Cape Verde
Juliana Braz Dias

Chapter 7. Congo-Gauteng: Congolese Migrants in South Africa
Saint-José Inaka and Joseph Trapido

Chapter 8. Neither Nationals nor Cosmopolitans: the Political Economy of Belonging for Mozambican Indians
Jason Sumich

Chapter 9. Marwari Traders between Hindu Neoliberalism and Democratic Socialism in Nepal
Mallika Shakya

Notes on Contributors

People, Money and Power in the Economic Crisis

Perspectives from the Global South

Edited by Keith Hart and John Sharp

246 pages, bibliog., index

ISBN  978-1-78238-467-0 Hb Published (October 2014)

ISBN  978-1-78533-342-2 Pb Published (September 2016)

eISBN 978-1-78238-468-7 eBook