Anthropologists and economists: conflict or cooperation?

Journal of Economic Methodology 1 (1):81-104 (1994)
Economists have sought little systematic help from economic anthropology. Some of the reasons for this neglect can be gleaned from a study of the history of economic anthropology and in monitoring the reaction of economists to these efforts. The substantivist-formalist methodological debate and the fieldwork of some modern development economists are examined. There are some indications that the interaction between economists and anthropologists might be moving in a more productive direction.
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DOI 10.1080/13501789400000007
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