Index

The Politics and Ethics of the Just Price

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Publication date: 19 June 2019

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(2019), "Index", The Politics and Ethics of the Just Price (Research in Economic Anthropology, Vol. 39), Emerald Publishing Limited, Bingley, pp. 213-220. https://doi.org/10.1108/S0190-128120190000039011

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INDEX

Adut Elang
, 64–67

Advance payments. See Avans ödeme

Advanced capitalist societies
, 180–181

Affiliation network
, 124–126

Agriculture
, 139

industrialization of
, 87, 88

Isparta for
, 68

organic
, 105

Agroecology
, 96, 99–100

Alternative trade organizations (ATOs)
, 181, 190–191

Altromercato (Anothermarket)
, 184

American electricity industry
, 39

Analytical approach
, 52–53

Anarchists
, 139–140

principles of personal autonomy
, 100

Andalusian context
, 107–108

Andalusian social and historical experiences
, 94

Andean peasant economy
, 73

Anthropological/anthropology
, 8–9

analyses
, 93

of just price
, 18–20

scholarship
, 93

Aristotle, commensuration views on
, 5–7

Assessments
, 91–92

Assets
, 123

Autoridad Reguladora de los Servicios Públicos (ARESEP)
, 161

Avans ödeme
, 82–83, 85

Bangladesh Garment Manufacturers and Exporters Association (BGMEA)
, 165

Bangladesh Institute of Labour Studies (BILS)
, 168–169

Bangladeshi labour
, 163

Behavioural economics
, 204

Big socias
, 64–67

Bilaba
, 54

By-Law on Control of Waste Packaging
, 30–31

Calculation grammar
, 159–160, 161

of Rana Plaza Arrangement
, 160

Campesinos (Nicaraguan)
, 9

Çankaya district municipality
, 32

Capital
, 16

Capitalism
, 8–9, 12, 107–108, 138, 139–140, 162

Capitalist markets
, 94

expansion
, 113–114

Cash-crop economy
, 56–57

Catholic Social Doctrine
, 139–140

Cellulose and Paper Industry
, 35

Centesimus Annus
, 188

Central African State Bank (BEAC)
, 58

Central American Free Trade Agreement (CAFTA)
, 131

Chilean copper supplies
, 28

Christian-Democrat government
, 146

Christian-Democrat Parties
, 139–140

Chronic shortages of labor
, 80–81

Classical economic theory
, 11

Classical European economic theory
, 55

Clean Clothes Campaign (CCC)
, 164–165, 169

Collaborations
, 101

Colombian farmers’ discourse
, 33

Commensuration
, 3, 4, 16–17, 92, 138, 205–206

Aristotle and problem of
, 5–7

by labor
, 188–189

market
, 17

socially mediated
, 13–14

Commercialization
, 124–125

Commercio Alternativo (Alternative Trade)
, 184

Commodity
, 18–19

chain
, 190–191, 192–193

fetishism
, 189

Communism
, 139–140

Compensation

deadly single disaster in garment manufacturing history
, 158–159

payments
, 158–159

political economy of labour rights
, 171–174

price of labour and labour of price
, 161–164

pricing death and injury after Rana Plaza
, 167–171

pricing formula
, 159–160

after Rana Plaza collapse
, 158–159, 164–167

rights-based
, 163, 170–171, 172

RPCC
, 160–161

workers’ compensation
, 163–164

“Competition and price flexibility”
, 117

Competition Authority
, 35–36

Concealment of composition
, 11

Conscious reflection
, 183

Construction industry
, 33

Consumer(s)
, 119–120, 123

“consumer-dependent” phenomenon
, 182

reflexive
, 182

solidarity with
, 129–131

utility
, 8

Consumption
, 119

producing for
, 121–123

Container market and price
, 37–39

Continental Region
, 50

Conventionalized organic sector
, 104

Cooperatives
, 81–82, 88, 97, 98

Corn and bean market and subsistence ethic in La Estrella
, 118–123

corn and bean markets in Nicaragua
, 118–120

market as abstract entity
, 120

producing for Consumption and producing for market
, 121–123

Corpus
, 21

Critical fetishism
, 182

Currency exchange rates
, 88

Customary practice
, 14

Customer sharing
, 40

Customs union of Central Africa (CEMAC)
, 58

Deception
, 29–30

Dependency theory
, 189

Dinero de comida
, 61

Disability level percentage (DLP)
, 166–167

‘Disposable women’ concept
, 162–163

Distress purchase
, 206

Domestic consumption
, 143

‘Double movement’ of market expansion
, 161–162

Ecological infrastructure
, 100

Economic/economy

anthropologists
, 92

anthropology
, 138

money
, 144–145

moral
, 14, 15, 52–54, 117, 140

rationale
, 55

Elite Guineans
, 56–57

Employment Injury Benefits Convention
, 166, 170–171

ENABAS
, 130, 132, 133

Ente Maremma (EM)
, 146

Environmental licenses
, 30–31

Equalis
, 184, 194

Equatorial Guinea
, 49–50, 51, 58

big socias and Adut Elang
, 64–67

markets, money and price in Equatorial Africa
, 54–56

oil economy, price disparities and spheres of exchange
, 56–59

provisioning and pricing
, 59–64

tomate de cien
, 52–54

Ethical value
, 159–160, 161, 162

multiple
, 175

Ethics in fair price
, 187–189

Ethnic identities
, 39

Ethnographic/ethnography
, 180–181

fieldwork
, 30

observations
, 40

research
, 189–190

setting
, 140–141

EU Acquis
, 27–28

Ex post facto recollections of policy processes
, 164

Exchange value
, 113–114

Fair competition
, 33

Fair price
, 180–183

conversations on
, 186–187

ethics and politics
, 187–189

Fair trade
, 180, 181

buying
, 184–186

fixated on fixed price
, 191–194

Francine examples
, 195

laws
, 193

methodology
, 183

political economy in Italy
, 184

pricing
, 194–196

Fair Trade General Assembly (FTGA)
, 184, 191–192

Fairness
, 36–37

Fairtrade International
, 181, 184, 191

Fascist Regime
, 144, 146

Fertilizer
, 129

Fetishism
, 16–17

Financial value
, 162, 175

Fixed price
, 52, 191–194

Flea market
, 37–39

Food

chains
, 139

food-processing industries
, 139

non-perishable
, 52

production
, 116, 122

slow
, 149

Foreign company-based economy
, 56–57

‘Formalist’ approach
, 11

Franc CFA zone
, 58

“Frictions”
, 101

GDT licence
, 30–31, 35

holder
, 35–36

GDT licensees
, 35

Gifts
, 18–19

economies
, 86

exchange to envy and deception
, 39–43

Global Supermarket Guide, The
, 188

Global supply and demand
, 28

Global sweatshop regime
, 163

Globalised market
, 28

Globalization
, 86, 105, 133, 180–181, 187, 188–189, 196

Grain markets as social relations
, 123–129

kinship and affiliation networks
, 124–126

moral economic logic for agricultural production
, 123

traders
, 126–128

traders in Matagalpa
, 128–129

Guadalete
, 109

Guadalquivir (Spanish river)
, 109

Guile
, 29–30

Gülbirlik
, 78, 79–80, 87

small landowners
, 80

Gülcü mahallesi
, 74–75

Güneykent cooperative
, 88

Haggling over money
, 56

Hand-woven carpets
, 79

Handcrafts
, 185–186

Horizonte Veinte-Veinte (State development plan)
, 49–50

Horticulturalists
, 103

Household

production
, 137–138

reproduction
, 5

Human creative processes
, 93

Human labour
, 148

Impersonal market
, 29

Informal waste-pickers
, 31

Insurance systems
, 163–164

Intellectual assessments
, 93

International Labour Organization (ILO)
, 158–159, 163–164, 165–166, 168, 171–172

ILO Convention No. 121
, 174

International Volunteering for Development
, 186–187

Isparta

carpets
, 79

contemporary issues in rose oil production
, 79–80

ecological conditions in
, 73

ethnography of rose production and rose oil industry
, 75–79

just prices in rose oil economy
, 84–87

moral dimension in rose oil economy
, 84–87

province and city
, 74–75

rose and rose oil prices in
, 83

rose oil industry and price formation
, 80–84

rose oil production in
, 72

sentiments and norms of traditional obligations
, 73

Italy
, 141

Italian Communist Party
, 141

Italian fair trade network
, 183

Iustum pretium
, 21, 197–198

James Scott’s analysis of peasants’ moral economy
, 28–29

Junta Reguladora de Importación y Exportación
, 55

Just price
, 2–5, 51, 53, 73–74, 138, 149–151, 160, 203

anthropology
, 18–20

as labor value
, 9–11

as market value
, 7–9

paradox
, 15–18

in rose oil economy
, 84–87

as social value
, 11–15

See also Prices/pricing

Justice
, 1

Kantarcıs
, 76, 77, 81, 82–83, 85–86, 88

Katık (waste-pickers’ magazine)
, 33

Kinship

connections
, 39

network
, 124–126

Kurdish waste-picking communities
, 31

La Estrella
, 114–115

Campesinos in
, 94

corn and bean market and subsistence ethic in
, 118–123

favorable
, 94

households in
, 93

La Ortiga producer-consumer cooperative
, 94

La Verde
, 91–92, 94–97, 106–107

Labor
, 11, 162

groups in RPCC
, 172

just price as labor value
, 9–11

of price
, 161–164

Labor rights
, 158–159, 163

NGOs
, 168–169

political economy of
, 171–174

Land
, 11

land-based production
, 139

land-reform households
, 147

land-reform programme
, 146

reform
, 146–149

structure
, 115

“Laws and norms”
, 117

Libertarian communism
, 110

Licence holders, collecting and recycling
, 35–36

Livestock production
, 147–148

London Metal Exchange (LME)
, 36–37

Los Grandes
, 67

Machine-woven carpets
, 79

Malabo

inhabitants
, 49–50

Malabo City Hall
, 65

marketplace facility in
, 60

Mamá Constancia. See Mangue, Constancia

Mangue, Constancia
, 64, 66

Manitese (Italian NGO)
, 185

Marginalist/marginalism
, 11, 92

economics
, 92

tenets
, 12–13

theory of
, 8, 92

Market
, 27–28, 29, 95, 101–107

as abstract entity
, 120

commensuration
, 17

demand
, 8

economy
, 138, 141

in Equatorial Africa
, 54–56

just price as market value
, 7–9

market-based economies
, 73

model
, 8–9

price
, 11, 115–116

producing for
, 121–123

rate
, 106

reach
, 129–131

realm
, 117–118

Market and Society
, 86

Market relations
, 119–120

corn and bean market and subsistence ethic in La Estrella
, 118–123

grain markets as social relations
, 123–129

peasant moral economies and pricing
, 116–118

solidarity with consumers
, 129–131

Marketplaces
, 55, 59

facility in Malabo
, 60

socias
, 59–64

Marx’s theory of value
, 10–11, 189

Matagalpa, traders in
, 128–129

Maussian classification of gift and commodity exchange
, 55

Mechanical and Chemical Institute (MKEK)
, 41

Memorandum of Understanding (MoU)
, 166

Ministry of Economy
, 35

Ministry of Environment and Urbanism
, 30–31, 42

Monetary values
, 138

Money
, 108, 139

economy
, 144–145

in Equatorial Africa
, 54–56

for food. See Dinero de comida

money-making
, 137–138

worlds without
, 98–101

Monthly earnings at date of accident (MEDA)
, 166–167, 173

Moral dimension in rose oil economy
, 84–87

Moral economy
, 14, 15, 52–54, 117, 140

Morality
, 27–28, 37–43

Municipal governments
, 32–34

Mutual realm
, 117–118

Nana Mangue. See Mangue, Constancia

National market
, 139

National Opposition Union (UNO)
, 133

Natural price
, 7–8

Neo-Scholasticism
, 187–188

Neoclassical approach
, 8

Neoclassical economists
, 11–12

Neoliberal globalisation
, 163

NGO-promoted Virgen del Carmen cooperative in La Estrella
, 127

Nicaragua, corn and bean markets in
, 118–120

Nicomachean Ethics, The
, 6

Non-elite Guineans
, 56–57

Non-market practices
, 98

Non-monetary transactions
, 115

Non-perishable foods
, 52

Normative decision-making
, 163–164

Official regulation
, 14

Oil economy
, 56–59

Oil-boom
, 50

Opportunism
, 29–30

Organic cooperative in Southern Spain

Andalusian context
, 107–108

La Verde
, 94–97

values and prices
, 98–107

Organic(s)
, 95, 96, 105

Orientations
, 91–92

‘Pain and suffering’ payments
, 169, 173–174

Palermitan fair trade-consuming publics
, 184–185

Palermo’s regional authority
, 188

Paper factories
, 28–29

Peasant moral economies and pricing
, 116–118

Pecunia non olet (money does not smell)
, 72

Perfume industry
, 75

Petty capitalist warehouse owners
, 33–34

‘Philosophy of Money’
, 55

Pinol
, 133

Polanyian tradition
, 13

Political economy

of fair trade in Italy
, 184

of labour rights
, 171–174

Political/politics

allegiances
, 39

of calculative practices
, 163

culture
, 108

project in Cadiz province, Andalusia
, 94–97

Politics, The
, 6

Politics in fair price
, 187–189

Post facto compensation agreement
, 174

Practical values
, 181–183

Practice theory
, 182–183

Pratt’s ethnography
, 15

Praxis
, 55

‘Price Theory in Economics’
, 204

Prices/pricing
, 1, 2, 27–28, 29, 31–43, 49–50, 52–54, 56, 59–64, 91–92, 98–107, 115–118, 181–182, 203–204

composites
, 11

composition
, 4

controls
, 129–131

death and injury after Rana Plaza
, 167–171

determinants
, 30

disparities
, 56–59

in Equatorial Africa
, 54–56

fair trade
, 194–196

fetishism
, 17–18

formation
, 80–84

formula
, 159

of labour
, 161–164

policy
, 130

price-related “austerity riots”
, 1–2

See also Just price

Producer–consumer groups
, 97

Producers
, 119–120, 129

Productivity crops
, 123

Proto-capitalisms
, 8–9

Provisioning
, 59–64

Pueblos Blancos cooperative
, 105

Quadragesimo Anno
, 188

Quality and just price
, 149–151

Rana Plaza Arrangement
, 158–159, 160, 161, 163–164, 166–167, 173–174

Rana Plaza collapse
, 158–159, 163, 174

and compensation
, 164–167

pricing death and injury after
, 167–171

Rana Plaza Coordination Committee (RPCC)
, 159, 160–161, 166, 168–169, 172–173

Bangladeshi labour representative in
, 171

corporate representatives on
, 170

labour groups in
, 172

Rana Plaza formula
, 159, 160

Rebalancing exchange
, 193–194

Recommended retail price (RRP)
, 193

Reflexive/reflexivity
, 181–183

consumer
, 182

modernity
, 182–183

modernization
, 180–181

Replacement rate (RPR)
, 166–167

Reproductive labour
, 162–163

Rerum Novarum
, 187–189

Retailing
, 58–59

Rights-based compensation
, 163, 170–171, 172

Risk management
, 122, 162

Romanticism
, 150–151

Rosa Damascena
, 72

Rose

concrete
, 87

cultivation
, 74–75, 84

ethnography of rose production
, 75–79

farmers
, 81–82

grower neighborhood. See Gülcü mahallesi

growers
, 81–82

processors
, 74

Rose oil
, 75

contemporary issues in production
, 79–80

industry
, 75–79, 80–84

moral dimension and just prices in rose oil economy
, 84–87

production
, 72, 74

Rule-breaking
, 29–30

Scott’s ethnography
, 118

Scrap Auctions
, 41

Scrap metal

companies
, 36–37

traders
, 9

Self-adjusting economy
, 14

Self-regulating markets
, 12

Servicio Eléctrico Municipal (SEMU)
, 60

Sharecroppers
, 143–146

Sharecropping system
, 140

Shopkeeper
, 208, 209

Signaling system
, 191

SIMAT
, 32

Sindicato de Obreros del Campo (SOC)
, 94

Slow Food
, 149

Small-holders
, 141–143

Smell
, 72

Social dialectic of unequal mutuality
, 15

Social justice
, 138

Social organization
, 182–183

Social relation(ships)
, 37–43, 93, 94, 119–120

grain markets as
, 123–129

Social value, just price as
, 11–15

Socialists
, 139–140

Socially mediated commensuration
, 13–14

Socias
, 62, 63

Sodalis
, 184, 185, 194

Solidarity
, 115–116

with consumers
, 129–131

Spanish colonial model
, 56–57

Spanish Socialist Party (PSOE)
, 110

‘Spheres of exchange’ concept
, 55–59

State expectations
, 129–131

Subsistence
, 5

ethic in La Estrella
, 118–123

price
, 115–116

subsistence-plus
, 141–143

Supermarkets
, 59–64

Supply chains
, 162–163, 174

Taken by force. See Adut Elang

TAT licence
, 30–31, 35

Taxes
, 64, 65

Timber-based extractive economy
, 56–57

Tomate de cien
, 52–54

Total utility
, 8

Town-country symbiosis
, 101–102

Traders
, 33, 43, 126–128

in Matagalpa
, 128–129

Transactions
, 54, 209

history of
, 208

Transactors
, 207

Transparent price
, 193–194

Tribal community
, 33–34

TÜDAM business association
, 36

Turkish Lira (TL)
, 87

Turkish recycling industry
, 27–28

regulations and actors in
, 30–31

social relationships, morality and price
, 37–43

state, global exchanges and price
, 31–37

Turkish waste-pickers and traders
, 28

Türközü community
, 33–34

Tuscan values

ethnographic setting
, 140–141

European context
, 139–140

land reform
, 146–149

quality and just price
, 149–151

sharecroppers
, 143–146

small-holders
, 141–143

Use value
, 20

Utility
, 8

‘Valorisation’ of heritage
, 149

Values
, 98–107, 139

to market, to market
, 101–107

for money
, 205, 206

theory
, 2–3

worlds without money
, 98–101

Village traders
, 119–120

Waste-pickers
, 31–34

‘Waste-Pickers’ Association
, 32

Wealth accumulation
, 42

Wholesaler
, 184

‘Workers’ compensation
, 163–164