By Philip Venticinque
Philip F. Venticinque deals a examine of institutions from a social, fiscal, and criminal viewpoint, and within the method examines how they helped their individuals triumph over excessive transaction costs—the “costs of doing business”—through the advance of social capital. He explores institutions from the “bottom up,” as a way to see how their individuals create prestige and popularity open air of an elite framework. He hence explores how occupations considered as thieves in elite ideology create their very own structures of honor.
Honor between Thieves could be of curiosity to students of the traditional economic system, of social teams, and Roman Egypt in all periods.