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Overall, these granular stories of participation in the Albanian schemes help understand neoliberal capitalism as a heterogeneous economic formation that intertwines capitalist and noncapitalist forms of accumulation and investment.
Smoki Musaraj is Assistant Professor of Anthropology at Ohio University, and co-author of Money at the Margins.
Jane I. Guyer, Johns Hopkins University:
"This is an excellent piece of work, on a crucial topic for intensive local ethnography of the temporal disjunctures and varied monetary, cultural and organizational/bureaucratic interfaces of the present world. And it offers conceptual, methodological and comparative-theoretical themes"
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