Shadow Economies and the State: A Comparison of Cassava and Timber Networks on the Cambodia-Vietnam Frontier
This article extends understandings of “shadow economies” – networked, economic exchanges outside formal state regulation – and specifically how they are socially, economically and politically nested within frontier landscapes. The article analyses two related commodities that are often cast differently upon the legality spectrum: timber and cassava. By comparing the actors, relationships and practices that facilitate timber and cassava trade across the Cambodia-Vietnam border, two significant...[Show more]
|Collections||ANU Research Publications|
|Source:||Journal of Contemporary Asia|
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|Mahanty 2019 Shadow Economies.docx||10.9 MB||Microsoft Word XML|
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