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Exchange, Money, and Morals

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Lisa Garibaldi

on 24 February 2017

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Transcript of Exchange, Money, and Morals

Exchange, Money, and Morals
Exchange systems
Reciprocity
Redistribution
Market
Reciprocity
Balanced
Generalized
Negative
Redistribution
Big Men/Moka
Market Based Exchange
Currency based exchanges
The Market
Physical place
Abstraction
Money and Currency
What counts as money?
How is money valued?
The Moral Limits of Markets
What are examples of things we don't put monetary value on?
Which of these systems requires the most
trust between exchange partners?
Money is:
A standard of value
A mode of payment
A store of value
Allows for deferred payments
Money has these characteristics:
Divisable
Portable
Has market value
Consistant and recognizable
Fungible
Countable
Non-perishable
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