3 edition of Economic irrationality among pastoral peoples found in the catalog.
Economic irrationality among pastoral peoples
by School of Development Studies, University of East Anglia in Norwich
Written in English
Includes bibliographical references.
|Series||Development Studies reprints -- 52.|
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|Number of Pages||24|
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Economic Irrationality Among Pastoral Peoples: Myth or Reality. Article in Development and Change 8(2) - October with 11 Reads How we measure 'reads'.
Economic Irrationality Among Pastoral Peoples: Myth or Reality. Economic Irrationality Among Pastoral Peoples: Myth or Reality. Livingstone, Ian Administrators, technical experts and, to a lesser extent, economists have criticized the apparent inefficiency and â irrationalityâ of pastoralists - to an even greater extent than at one time peasant cultivators were criticized.
The 'irrationality' of the early literature and the 'conservatism' of pastoral peo-ples seen in the development literature is now seen as a typical and expected form of risk aversion. It has been successful as evidenced by the persistence of pastoral peoples in harsh and unpredictable environments for over five thousand years (Marshall ).
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Among pastoralists, likewise, the principal economic activity- focused, as among the earliest hunters, on a parasitic relation to animals- continued to be the special preserve of menfolk. Hence a system of patrilineal families, united into kinship groups under the authority of a chieftain responsible for daily decisions as to where to seek.
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Economic institutions and pastoral resource management: Consideration for a development strategy. In G. Galaty, D. Aronson, & P. Salzman (Eds.), The future of pastoral peoples (pp. (Proceedings of a conference held in Nairobi, Kenya, August 4–8, ).Cited by: Among the non pastoral (and usually politically and economically dominant) ethnic groups within each country, pastoralists are frequently portrayed as backward, anti development, and anti state.
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