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Some puzzling dualistic classifications in New South Wales
 
Bijdragen tot de Taal-, Land- en Volkenkunde 136 (1980) 1, Leiden, 64-89

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The significance of food storage among hunter-gatherers: residence patterns, population densities, and social inequalities
 
Current Anthropology (1982) 23, n.5 : 523-537 (with comments)
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Game sharing systems and kinship systems among hunter-gatherers
 
Man (1987) 22 : 287-304
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Some major problems in the social anthropology of hunter-gatherers
 
Current Anthropology (1988) 29, n.1 : 1-31 (with comments : 29, n.3, 488-491)
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Aboriginal social inequality and reciprocity
 
Oceania (1989) vol. 60, n.1 : 1-16
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The importance of Debt slavery
 
Translation of : 2000 : "Importance et signification de l'esclavage pour dettes". Revue Française de Sociologie 41 : 609-641 (published in english in 2002 in this same publication, n° spécial 43 : 173-204

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Critique of the Gift : Studies on the non-mercantile circulation
 
Critique du don : Études sur la circulation non marchande. Paris : Syllepse, 2007

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Slaves that are not Slaves, yet Really are
 
to be published in a book on Prostitution, traffic and slavery in South-East Asia Today.

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Slavery, 6000 years ago
 
Translation of : 2010 (in collaboration with Ch. Jeunesse, L. Baray et B. Boulestin) : "Les esclaves des tombes néolithiques". Pour la Science 396 : 74-80

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Social and Cultural Evolution: The Case of Dowry in the Indo-European Area
 
Current Anthropology (2013) 54, n.1 : 23-50 (with comments)
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