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Exchange entitlement mapping: theory and evidence


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Charles, A., 2012. Exchange entitlement mapping: theory and evidence. Palgrave Macmillan. (Perspectives from Social Economics)

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    Item Type Book/s
    CreatorsCharles, A.
    DepartmentsFaculty of Humanities & Social Sciences > Social & Policy Sciences
    Research CentresCentre for Development Studies
    StatusPublished
    ID Code26047
    Additional InformationEndorsements: ○ “Amartya Sen meets Octavio Paz in Aurélie Charles' application of identity economics and entitlement mapping to Mexico from the Kingdom of Tenochtitlan to NAFTA and the drug wars. This is a fascinating work from a brave new voice.”, Prof. James K. Galbraith, Lloyd M. Bentsen Jr. Chair in Government/Business Relations and Professor of Government, University of Texas at Austin (USA), 2012 ○ "Aurelie Charles's new book is a major new contribution to social economics, tying together recent conceptual developments related to capabilities, subjective well-being, identities and norms with original empirical research on maquiladora workers in post-NAFTA Mexico. This is the sort of analytically-grounded yet realistically-engaged research to which all social and development economists should be aspiring." – Prof. Martha Starr, Professor of Economics, American University, USA, 2012 ○ "The book represents one of the most interesting developments undertaken thus far by the theory of capabilities. It proposes a framework connecting some relevant theoretical variables, and which is successful in making sense of highly complex phenomena. Therefore, this approach fits experience in a convincing way […] We consequently hope that this research work can represent an important reference in social and development economics", Book review by Prof. Stefano Solari, University of Padova, Italy, 2014

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