Includes bibliographical references (p. -280) and index.
|Statement||Edward F. Fischer.|
|LC Classifications||F1435.3.E72 F57 2001|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xii, 287 p. :|
|Number of Pages||287|
|ISBN 10||0292725302, 0292725345|
|LC Control Number||2001023500|
Cultural Logics and Global Economies: Maya Identity in Thought and Practice. Electronic book Electronic books: Additional Physical Format: Print version: Fischer, Edward F., Cultural logics and global economics. Austin: University of Texas Press, (DLC) (OCoLC) Material Type: Document, Government publication, State or province government publication, Internet resource: Document Type. Culture and Economics in the Global Community is a challenging but ultimately hopeful book that introduces new perspectives for leaders in the political arena, in business, in development agencies, and to researchers and others with a professional or academic interest in economics, trade, governance and environmental issues, social policy or Cited by: 3. Examining changes in institutional logics in higher-education publishing, this book links cultural analysis with organizational decision making to develop a theory of attention and explain how.
By studying the significance and mechanisms of cultural internationalism, this book aims to help emerging international powers constructively engage in global governance in a multipolar world, with particular regard to cultural governance has, to a degree, become more significant than traditional power politics on the international stage. Against this backdrop, the author. culture and cultural activity. The book is suitable for students of cultural management and cultural studies and for students of art, economics and business who are inter-ested in obtaining an insight into this branch of economics. In addi-tion, the book should be of interest to people in managerial positions at cultural institutions and in. The innate tendency for people to model the intentions of others provides an ultimately biological account for the logic behind culture. Ethnographic examples are drawn from Laos and Australia. Keywords cultural logic, distributed cognition, interpersonal ecology, language/culture interface, social intelligence. Global Economy Books Showing of 99 The Shifts and the Shocks: How the Financial Crisis Has Changed Our Future (Hardcover) by. Martin Wolf (shelved 2 times as global-economy) Economics, and Politics (Paperback) by. Bernard M. Hoekman (shelved 1 time as global-economy).
Her research focuses on institutional and organizational change, innovation and entrepreneurship, and institutional logics and strategic management. Her book, Markets from Culture: Institutional Logics and Organizational Decisions, (Stanford University Press) was published in She received her Ph.D. in in Sociology from Stanford Reviews: Her book, Markets from Culture: Institutional Logics and Organizational Decision Making (Stanford University Press), was published in William Ocasio is theJohn L. and Helen Kellogg Professor. The “cultural logic” to which Gottlieb refers has also been discussed in terms of “cultural models” that have motivational force because they inform members of a society about what is proper or appropriate (D'Andrade and Strauss, ).As LeVine (LeVine et al, , p ) wrote in applying this approach to child rearing among the Gusii people of western Kenya. Culture and Economics The world today is richer than it has ever been. We know a great deal about the economic transformations that made it this way thanks to a vast literature examining every possible aspect of modern economic growth taking place since ca. We know what happened, and we know more or less how and where it happened. What.