In marginal gains jane i guyer explores and explains these often bewildering practices including trade with coastal capitalism and across indigenous currency zones and within the modern popular economy drawing on a wide range of evidence guyer demonstrates that the region shares a coherent if loosely knit commercial culture. This item marginal gains monetary transactions in atlantic africa lewis henry morgan lecture series by jane i guyer paperback 2121 only 1 left in stock order soon ships from and sold by tashi books ct. Jane i guyer is a professor of anthropology at johns hopkins university she is the author most recently of an african niche economy farming to feed ibadan and money matters instability values and social payments in the modern history of west african communities. Marginal gains monetary transactions in atlantic africa by jane i guyer in america almost all the money in circulation passes through financial institutions every day but in nigerias cash and carry system of the mid 1990s 90 percent of the currency never went back to a bank after it was issued. In america almost all the money in circulation passes through financial institutions every day but in nigerias cash and carry system 90 percent of the currency never comes back to a bank after its issued
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