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Contents

List of Figures

Introduction: Moral Economy at Work
Lale Yalçın-Heckmann

Chapter 1. Freedom and Control: Analysing the Values of Niche Business Owners in Aarhus, Denmark
Anne-Erita G. Berta

Chapter 2. The ‘Good’ Employer: Mutual Expectations amidst Changing Employment Situations in Pathein, Myanmar
Laura Hornig

Chapter 3. Moral Economy and Mutuality at Work: Labour Practices in Tobacco Shops
Luca Szücs

Chapter 4. Tenacious Ties: The Embedded Trajectory of Small-Scale Enterprises in Provincial India
Sudeshna Chaki

Chapter 5. The Morality of Relatedness in Medium-Sized Businesses in Central Anatolia
Ceren Deniz

Chapter 6. Post-Soviet Garment Manufacturing in the Era of Global Competition: Between Precarity, Creative Work and Developmental Hopes
Daria Tereshina

Chapter 7. FIAT Automobiles Serbia: The Split Moral Economy of Public-Private Partnerships
Ivan Rajković

Chapter 8. Changing Mutuality: Building a House with Unpaid Labour in Bulgaria
Detelina Tocheva

Afterword: Moral Economy in Context
James G. Carrier

Index

Moral Economy at Work

Ethnographic Investigations in Eurasia

Edited by Lale Yalçın-Heckmann

Afterword by James G. Carrier

208 pages, 4 illus., bibliog., index

ISBN  978-1-80073-235-3 Hb Published (October 2021)