Comments on Schaniel and Neale's Comments on Hamilton

Hamilton, David
September 1994
Journal of Economic Issues (Association for Evolutionary Economi;Sep94, Vol. 28 Issue 3, p891
Academic Journal
The article presents some comments of William C. Schaniel and Walter C. Neale's commentaries about David Hamilton. The author explains that if he has in any way has twisted the meanings of the work of Karl Polanyi by presenting the major thrust of his paper, he stands corrected. He also states that the concept of reciprocity has a ceremonial and technological meaning.


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