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This DIIS-GOVSEA working paper reviews key debates within economic anthropology and related academic disciplines explaining how economic life is governed in areas of limited statehood. The paper briefly introduces some of the origins of economic anthropology before going into deeper discussions...
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In this paper, I explore claims to "statehood" in the Somali federal member state of Puntland. Drawing on five months of ethnographic fieldwork in Puntland's capital Garoowe, I highlight the ways in which the Puntland administration appeals to a national political subjectivity in order to...
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In this paper, I explore claims to "statehood" in the Somali federal member state of Puntland. Drawing on five months of ethnographic fieldwork in Puntland's capital Garoowe, I highlight the ways in which the Puntland administration appeals to a national political subjectivity in order to...
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