By Arang Keshavarzian
The Tehran Bazaar has regularly been imperative to the Iranian financial system and certainly, to the Iranian city event. Arang Keshavarzian's interesting publication compares the economics and politics of less than the Pahlavis, who sought to undermine it within the force for modernisation and lower than the following innovative regime, which got here to energy with a mandate to maintain the bazaar as an 'Islamic' establishment. the results in their respective regulations have been thoroughly at odds with their intentions. regardless of the Shah's opposed strategy, the bazaar flourished less than his rule and maintained its organisational autonomy to such an quantity that it performed an indispensable function within the Islamic revolution. Conversely, the Islamic Republic applied rules that unwittingly remodeled the ways that the bazaar operated, hence undermining its means for political mobilisation. Arang Keshavarizian's e-book offers strange insights into the politics, economics and society of Iran throughout 4 many years.
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G. a state, cultural practice, or economic form) is evaluated at two separate points in time in order to identify and explain the structural changes. This temporal comparison is in fact a synchronic analysis in the guise of a diachronic approach, with each time period being treated as an isolated and distinct case. ) This approach is not particularly useful in addressing questions about process, dialectical relations, and sequence of events and may even lead to teleological and over determined accounts.
With this in mind, I conducted in-depth research on the handwoven carpet, tea, and china and glassware sectors to investigate different institutional settings and the consequences of these for the process of commercial exchange in the Bazaar. Through cross-sectoral analysis I evaluate alternative hypotheses for the generation of cooperative hierarchies and coercive hierarchies, and also trace the process underlying my network-based argument. g. carpets and tea) there will be a tendency toward more embedded ties among producers, wholesalers, retailers, and consumers in order to gain access to trustworthy information.
The interviews consisted of preplanned questions that solicited basic information about the interviewees’ business and work history as well as a series of more open-ended questions about their views of the state’s role in the economy, the changes in the Bazaar structure, and policy prescriptions. Interviews ran from thirty minutes to 63 64 I attempted to write up my notes immediately after the interviews were finished; however, this was not always possible and often the interviews and discussions were recorded only later.
Bazaar and State in Iran: The Politics of the Tehran Marketplace by Arang Keshavarzian