Peddlers and Princes: Social Development and Economic Change in Two Indonesian Towns

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University of Chicago Press, 1963 - History - 162 pages
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In a closely observed study of two Indonesian towns, Clifford Geertz analyzes the process of economic change in terms of people and behavior patterns rather than income and production. One of the rare empirical studies of the earliest stages of the transition to modern economic growth, Peddlers and Princes offers important facts and generalizations for the economist, the sociologist, and the South East Asia specialist.

"Peddlers and Princes is, like much of Geertz's other writing, eminently rewarding . . . Case study and broader theory are brought together in an illuminating marriage."—Donald Hindley, Annals of The American Academy of Political and Social Science

"What makes the book fascinating is the author's capacity to relate his anthropological findings to questions of central concern to the economist . . . "—H. G. Johnson, Journal of Political Economy
  

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User Review  - সুজাত হাসান - Goodreads

This is the book about the social- economic changes in the two Indonesian towns. In this book Geertz try to explain the social changes in the anthropological perspective and it's really a good work to understand the economic growth of Indonesia over a long period of time. Read full review

Review: Peddlers and Princes: Social Development and Economic Change in Two Indonesian Towns

User Review  - Mahmudul Hasan Sujat - Goodreads

This is the book about the social- economic changes in the two Indonesian towns. In this book Geertz try to explain the social changes in the anthropological perspective and it's really a good work to understand the economic growth of Indonesia over a long period of time. Read full review

Contents

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Elizabeth A. Kaye specializes in communications as part of her coaching and consulting practice. She has edited Requirements for Certification since the 2000-01 edition.


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