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Money as a Social Institution

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Chapter One. Introduction and Selected Review of the Literature Chapter Two. Money as a Social Institution Chapter Three. The Economy as Labor Exchange Mediated by Money Chapter Four. Long-Term History of Money and the Market Chapter Five. Money and the Evolution of Institutions and Knowledge Chapter Six. Fetishism and Financialization Chapter Seven. Money and Abstraction Chapter Eight. Conclusion

About the Author

Ann E. Davis is Associate Professor of Economics at Marist College, USA. She serves as the Chair of the Department of Economics, Accounting, and Finance, and was the founding director of the Marist College Bureau of Economic Research, 1990-2005. She was the Director of the National Endowment for Humanities Summer Institute on the "Meanings of Property," June 2014, and is the author of The Evolution of the Property Relation, 2015.

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