Karl Polanyi

Karl Polanyi (1886–1964) was an Austro-Hungarian social and political thinker who is widely considered one of the founders of economic sociology and economic anthropology. He is most famous for his book The Great Transformation as well as for his work on ancient economies. After a career as a journalist, he taught at Bennington College and Columbia University.


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Socialism and Freedom: Karl Polanyi’s Early Writings


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