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Financialised welfare and its vulnerabilities: advice, consumer credit, and church-based charity in the UK2022 Ethnos 87 (1): 78-96
  • Ryan Davey
H6 [ETHNOS-]1469-588Xin special issue 'The state of the welfare state: advice, governance and care in settings of austerity'
Layaway freedom: coercive financialization in the criminal legal system2021 American journal of sociology 126 (4): 889-930
  • Gabriela Kirk
  • Mary Pattillo
H6/KF [AMERICAN-]0002-9602
Modernity on credit: the experience of underground miners on the Zambian copperbelt2021 Journal of southern African studies 47 (3): 369-85
  • James Musonda
H6/KY [JOURNAL-]1465-3893
Bondsmen: slave collateral in 19th-century Cape Colony2021 Journal of southern African studies 47 (3): 437-53
  • Kate Ekama
H6/KY [JOURNAL-]1465-3893in special section 'The emancipation of the enslaved in the Cape Colony'
Making markets on the margin: housing finance agencies and the racial politics of credit expansion2020 American journal of sociology 125 (4): 974-1029
  • John N. Robinson III
H6/KF [AMERICAN-]0002-9602
Consumer credit among the Argentinean working class. Between inclusion and exploitation (Rosario, 2009-2015)2020 Cuadernos de antropologia social (51): 91-112
  • Hadrien Saiag
H6/KF [CUADERNOS-]1850-275Xin special issue 'Perspectivas antropológicas sobre las formas de ganarse la vida: diálogos entre el norte y el sur global'; English and Portuguese summaries
Able but unwilling to enforce: cooperative dilemmas in group lending2020 American journal of sociology 125 (6): 1602-67
  • Felix Reed-Tsochas
  • Nicholas Sabin
H6/KF [AMERICAN-]0002-9602
Of debt and bondage: from slavery to prisons in the Gold Coast, 1807-19572020 Journal of African history 61 (1): 3-21
  • Sarah Balakrishnan
*H6/KY [JOURNAL-]0021-8537
The coffee game: the meaning of credit - debt in the mountains of Caparaó Mineiro2020 Mana 26 (2): 1-25
  • Paulo Augusto Franco de Alcântara
H6/KUL [MANA-]1678-4944English and Spanish summaries
From debtors' prisons to offshore havens: dependency and its other2020 Social anthropology 28 (3): 657-70
  • Gustav Peebles
H6/KF [SOCIAL-]1469-8676in special section 'States of dependence'; French summary
Banking on digital money: Swedish cashlessness and the fraying currency tether2020 Cultural anthropology 36 (1): 1-24
  • Gustav Peebles
H6 [CULTURAL-]0886-7356Swedish summary
Scripting development through formalization: accounting for the diffusion of village savings and loans associations in Tanzania2019 Journal of the Royal Anthropological Institute (New Series) 25 (1): 103-22
  • Maia Green
H6 [JOURNAL-]1359-0987French summary
Money as a social relation beyond the state: a contribution to the institutionalist approach based on the Argentinean trueque2019 British journal of sociology 70 (3): 969-96
  • Hadrien Saiag
H6/KF [BRITISH-]0007-1315
The magic pyramid firms: cosmologies of speculation, repertoires of credit and collapsed finance2019 Ethnos 84 (2): 179-200
  • Smoki Musaraj
H6 [ETHNOS-]0014-1844
The trade of human liver lobes: bioviolence against organ sellers in Bangladesh2019 Journal of the Royal Anthropological Institute (New Series) 25 (3): 566-86
  • Monir Moniruzzaman
H6 [JOURNAL-]1359-0987French summary
The indebted wage: putting financial products to work in Paraguay's tri-border area2019 Anthropological quarterly 92 (3): 729-56
  • Caroline Schuster
H6 [PRIMITIVE-]0003-5491in special section 'Remuneration in an unequal world'
The failure of the ‘single source of truth about Kenyans’: the NDRS, collateral mysteries and the Safaricom monopoly2019 African studies 78 (1): 91-111
  • Keith Breckenridge
H6/KY [BANTU-]0002-0184in special section 'Aspiration, exclusion and belonging in South Africa and Kenya
Disciplinary technologies of microfinance: fictitious proximity, visibility and surveillance in rural microfinance in Bangladesh2019 Sociologus (New Series) 69 (2): 147-66
  • A. H. M. Belayeth Hussain
H6/KF [ZEITSCHRIFT-]0038-0377
Precarity, aspiration and neoliberal development: women empowerment workers in West Bengal2019 Contributions to Indian sociology (New Series) 53 (3): 392-421
  • Srila Roy
Between standard solidarity and renegotiated solidarity: (re)presentations of debt in an Argentinean microcredit program2019 Etnográfica: revista do Centro de Estudos de Antropologia Social 23 (3): 557-78
  • Bárbara Galarza
H6 [ETNOGRAFICA-]0873-6561English summary
Debt and the circulation of trust. Economic relations between family farmers of the community of São Lourenço, Nova Friburgo – Rio de Janeiro, Brasil2019 Cuadernos de antropologia social (49): 127-41
  • Natália Barroso Brandão
H6/KF [CUADERNOS-]1850-275xin special issue 'Repensando temas de antropología económica'; English and Spanish summaries
The political economy of banking in Angola2019 African affairs 118 (470): 49-74
  • Manuel Ennes Ferreira
  • Ricardo Soares de Oliveira
H6/KY [AFRICAN-]0001-9909
Borrowed identities: class(ification), inequality and the role of credit-debt in class making and stuggle2019 Sociological review 67 (6): 1417-34
  • Matthew Sparkes
H6/KF [SOCIOLOGICAL-]0038-0261
The interplay between official and unofficial laws in rotating savings and credit associations (Eqqub) in Tigray, Ethiopia2018 Journal of legal pluralism and unofficial law 50 (1): 94-113
  • Gebrehiwot Hadush Abdera
  • Gebreyesus Abegaz Yimer
  • Gidey Seyoum Halibo
  • Mehreteab Ghebremeskel Gebregergs
  • Wim Decock
H6/KFNC [JOURNAL-]0732-9113
The gender politics of Confucian family law: contracts, credit, and creole Chinese bilateral kinship in Dutch colonial Java (1850-1900)2018 Comparative studies in society and history 60 (2): 390-414
  • Guo-Quan Seng
H6/KF [COMPARATIVE-]0010-4175
Experiments in relational finance: harnessing the social in everyday debt and credit2018 Theory, culture and society 35 (3): 57-76
  • Chris Clarke
  • Lauren Tooker
H6 [THEORY-]0263-2764in special section 'Technologies of relational finance'
Doing economic relations otherwise: everyday politics of solidarity in the TEM currency networks in Volos, Greece2018 Ethnologia europaea 48 (1): 69-83
  • Andreas Streinzer
H6 [ETHNOLOGIA-]0425-4597in special issue 'Practices of resistance'
Financial blues: the institutional adaptation of the Yoruba credit system, 1851-19002018 International journal of African historical studies 51 (1): 17-36
  • Olatunji Ojo
*H6/KY [INTERNATIONAL-]0361-7882
Borrowing, banking, justice and impunity2018 Mexican studies 34 (2): 139-42
  • Ruth Hellier-Tinoco
*H6/KUL [MEXICAN-]0742-9797introduction to special issue 'Préstamos, banca, justicia e impunidad'
Moneylending in myth and practice in twentieth-century Mexico2018 Mexican studies 34 (2): 143-64
  • Nicole Mottier
*H6/KUL [MEXICAN-]0742-9797in special issue 'Préstamos, banca, justicia e impunidad'; Spanish summary
Moneylending and moral reasoning on the capitalist frontier in Kyrgyzstan2018 Anthropological quarterly 91 (3): 1049-74
  • Damira Umetbaeva
  • Mathijs Pelkmans
H6 [PRIMITIVE-]0003-5491
'Impending ruin' or 'remarkable wealth'? The role of private credit markets in the 18th-century Cape colony2018 Journal of southern African studies 44 (1): 7-25
  • Christie Swanepoel
  • Johan Fourie
H6/KY [JOURNAL-]0305-7070
Farmers' debt under scrutiny: the case of two villages in northern Thailand2018 Etudes rurales 202: 140-57
  • Bernard Formoso
H6 [ETUDES-]0014-2182English summary
Partnership based microfinance in Islamic banks: need, application and commandments in modern age2018 Journal of Islamic thought and civilisation 8 (1): 192-208
  • Ejaz Aslam
  • Salman Ahmad Khan
Risks, returns, and relational lending: personal ties in microfinance2018 American journal of sociology 123 (5): 1341-81
  • Laura Doering
H6/KF [AMERICAN-]0002-9602
Financial institutions: old and new sāhujīs in rural Nepal2017! Studies in Nepali history and society 22 (2): 261-82
  • Mandip Rai
*H6/KWL [STUDIES-]1025-5109
Relative indemnity: risk, insurance, and kinship in Indian microfinance2017 Journal of the Royal Anthropological Institute (New Series) 23 (2): 302-19
  • Sohini Kar
H6 [JOURNAL-]1359-0987French summary
Bare enterprise: US television and the business of dispossession (post-crisis, gender and property television)2017 European journal of cultural studies 20 (5): 490--508
  • Laurie Ouellette
H6/KF [EUROPEAN-]1367-5494in special issue 'Gender and property TV after the financial crisis'
Empowering or impoverished throguh credit: small-scale producers and the Plan Chontalpa in Tabasco, Mexico2017 Focaal (78): 90-101
  • Gisela Lanzas
  • Matthew Whittle
H6/KF [FOCAAL-]0920-1297
Deductions and counter-deductions in South Africa2017 Hau 7 (3): 281-304
  • Deborah James
2049-1115in special section 'The real economy'; French summary
Development, disempowerment, and debt: the transformation of aided self-help housing in Nicaragua2017 Urban anthropology 46 (3/4): 297-332
  • Courtney B. Kurlanska
H6/KD [URBAN-]0894-6019in special issue 'The impact of state-level and global-level neoliberal agendas on NGOs in Latin America'
'Money on the street' as a hoard: how informal moneylenders remain unbanked2017 Social analysis 61 (4): 98-113
  • Martin Fotta
H6/KF [SOCIAL-]0155-977Xin special issue 'Quantifying money's quality and qualifying money's quantity'
Agricultural trade, policy complementarities and poverty: the role of agricultural trade and policy complementarities in poverty reduction in South Africa2017 Journal of human ecology 59 (1): 29-38
  • Moses H. Lubinga
H6 [JOURNAL-]2456-6608
The hypocrisy of European moralism: Greece and the politics of cultural aggression - part 22016 Anthropology today 32 (2): 10-13
  • Michael Herzfeld
The politics of self-help: women owner-builders of grameen houses in rural Bangladesh2016 Traditional dwellings and settlements review 27 (2): 7-21
  • Adnan Morshed
H6 [TRADITIONAL-]1050-2029
Giving, receiving, wating, and returning. An ethnographic approach to the social bonds between NGOs and worker cooperatives2016 Cuadernos de antropologia social (44): 67-82
  • Leila Carla Litman
H6/KF [CUADERNOS-]0327-3776English and Portuguese summaries
Cash transfer policies. Exporting developmental expectancies2016 Runa 37 (1): 53-69
  • Andrés Dapuez
1851-9628English and Portuguese summaries
The role of credit facilities and investment practices in rural Tanzania: a comparative study of Igowole and Ilula emerging urban centres2015 Journal of Eastern African studies 9 (1): 55-73
  • Marianne Nylandsted Larsen
  • Torben Birch-Thomsen
H6/KY [EASTERN-]1753-1055
Saving groups in Laos from a comparative perspective2015 Southeast Asian studies 3: 3-14
  • Fujita Koichi
  • Ohno Akihiko
H6/KWY [SOUTHEAST-]0563-8682introduction to supplemetary issue
Saving groups and rural finance markets: Japanese and Thai experiences2015 Southeast Asian studies 3: 15-38
  • Ohno Akihiko
H6/KWY [SOUTHEAST-]in supplemetary issue 'Saving groups in Laos from a comparative perspective'