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Consuming Symbolic Goods: Identity and Commitment, Values and Economics 1st Edition

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ISBN-10: 041549138X
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Wilfred Dolfsma is both an economist and philosopher and holds a PhD in the former.  He is attached to the Utrecht School of Economics as an Associate Professor, to Maastricht University (UNU-MERIT) as a professorial fellow, and is corresponding editor for the Review of Social Economy. He has won the Hellen Potter best article award and the Gunnar Myrdal best book award. His research interests are the interrelations between economy, society and technology. He has published on various aspects of media industries, feminist economics as well as on globalisation, and the developments in and effects of IPR. In addition, as an institutional economist, Dolfsma does research in the history and methodology of economics, and consumption.

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