Collectively performed reciprocal labour: reading for possibility

Katherine Gibson

Collectively performed reciprocal labour involves a non-monetized exchange of group work done by community members for the benefit usually of one community member or household. In this chapter I shed light on the ubiquity of collectively performed reciprocal labour exchange, thereby establishing its legitimacy in a diverse economy.

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Gibson, K. 2020 “Collectively performed reciprocal labour: reading for possibility” in J.K. Gibson-Graham and K. Dombroski 2020 eds The Handbook of Diverse Economies pp.170-178 Cheltenham UK: Edward Elgar Publishing.