Book Review to Luigino Bruni -'Reciprocita'- Economic Thought and Reciprocity Theories
"Written with the attempt to tell credible history and possible scenes, in order to anticipate still latent tendencies, or in order to imagine communities and societies more civil, richer than reciprocity, in all its shapes. " (p. xv). From this ambitious premised the author of the issue takes the movements and it invites to us to explore one region of social sciences, until today, inadequately explored: the dimension of the reciprocity between the economic and social agents. - This book review, focused on a historical perspective, describes the debate developed by the history of economic thought regarding theories of reciprocity. -
|Date of creation:||01 Jan 2007|
|Publication status:||Published in Storia del Pensiero Economico - SPE n.1-2007 january/june (Nuova serie - Anno IV) (2007): pp. 200-202|
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