240529 SE Development, Markets and Ethical Economies (P4) (2019S)
- Registration is open from Fr 01.02.2019 00:01 to Tu 26.02.2019 23:59
- Deregistration possible until Th 16.05.2019 23:59
Classes (iCal) - next class is marked with N
Aims, contents and method of the course
Assessment and permitted materials
1. Term paper (3000-5000 words/10-15 pages, 70% of total grade):
The paper counts for 70% of the total grade for the course.
The paper should be 3000-5000 words (10-15 pages) in length
The paper must include a substantial case study.
Students will choose the topic and case study of their paper but they must be relevant to the course.2. Participation Points (30% of total grade):
Points will be awarded for active participation in the seminars demonstration an in depth engagement with the essential readings for that week and good preparation of case studies where instructed.
Minimum requirements and assessment criteria
Both term paper and participation in the seminars and preparation thereof are necessary to pass the course.
There are some general texts that will have relevance throughout the term. Many more sources will be posted in moodle before the course.
Rajak, D. (2011). In Good Company. An Anatomy of Corporate Social Responsibility. Stanford University Press.
Carrier, J. and P. Luetchford (Eds) (2011). Ethical Consumption: social value and economic practice. Oxford: Berghahn.
De Neve, G., P. Luetchford, J. Pratt and D. Wood (Eds.). (2008). Hidden Hands in the Market: Ethnographies of Fair Trade, Ethical Consumption and Corporate Social Responsibility. Research in Economic Anthropology, Vol 28. Bingley: Emerald Publishing.
Dolan, C. and Rajak, D. (2016). The Anthropology of Corporate Social Responsibility. Berghahn Books.
Baars, G. and Andre Spicer eds. (2017). The Corporation: A Critical, Multi-Disciplinary Handbook. Cambridge University Press.
Walsh, Andrew (2012). Made in Madagascar: Sapphires, Eco-tourism and the Global Bazaar. https://madeinmadagascar.wordpress.com/
Lyon, S. and M. Moberg (Eds) (2010). Fair Trade and Social Justice: Global Ethnographies. New York: New York University Press Eade, D. and J. Sayer (2006). Development and the Private Sector. Consuming Interests. Kumarian Press.