Life and Work of Karl Polanyi

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Kari Levitt
Black Rose Books Ltd., 1990 - Economic history - 264 pages
 

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Contents

Introduction
1
POLANYIS PLACE IN HUNGARIAN INTELLECTUAL LIFE
11
Opening Address
13
The Polanyi Family
18
The Start of Karl Polanyis Career
26
Karl Polanyi in Hungarian Politics 19141964
30
The Fidelity of Equals Ilona Duczynska and Karl Polanyi
38
Karl Polanyis Influence on the Budapest School
43
Polanyis Reception in Hungary
127
The Great Transformation in the Oeuvre of Karl Polanyi
139
Karl Polanyi and American Institutionalism A Strange Case of Convergence
145
Karl Polanyis Intellectual Legacy
152
COMPARATIVE ECONOMIC ANTHROPOLOGY
159
Writings that Clarify Theoretical Disputes Over Karl Polanyis Work
161
Toward a Comparative Approach The Contribution of Karl Polanyi
171
Karl Polanyis Contribution to Economic Anthropology
183

Ludwig Von Mises Versus Karl Polanyi
53
Karl Polanyi on Socialist Accounting
55
Karl Polanyi and Feasible Socialism
66
The Sovereignty of Society Polanyi in Vienna
78
THE GREAT TRANSFORMATION
85
Fascism and The Great Transformation
87
The Hundred Years Peace Karl Polanyi on the Dynamics of World Systems
93
The Reality of Society Karl Polanyis Philosophical Perspective
98
The Origins and Significance of The Great Transformation
111
THE POLANYI RECEPTION
125
Karl Polanyis Historical Utopia
188
CONTEMPORARY POLITICAL AND ECONOMIC THOUGHT
193
Karl Polanyi and Contemporary Economic Thought
195
The Contemporary Crisis The Rise of Reciprocity
208
The Japanese Counterpart to Karl Polanyi The Power and Limitations of Kozo Unos Perspective
221
Economic Liberalism in Turkey An Evaluation Based on Insights Derived from The Great Transformation
229
FAREWELL
239
In Memoriam
241
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