Economic Habitus and Management of Needs: The Example of the Gypsies

@article{Formoso2000EconomicHA,
  title={Economic Habitus and Management of Needs: The Example of the Gypsies},
  author={B. Formoso and Jean Burrell},
  journal={Diogenes},
  year={2000},
  volume={48},
  pages={58 - 73}
}
corresponding adjective? Does ’economics’ refer to a specific relationship between ends and means, as some think, or is it defined, more prosaically, as the satisfaction of material needs? Is it a category of specific facts or a praxeology of goal-oriented action? Some interesting debates on the matter, which have brought formalist, substantivist, and Marxist writers into conflict, have revealed marked ideological distortions, some reductionism, and finally epistemological positions that were… Expand
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