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Index




Abrahamian, Ervand 58“9, 150“1 morphology of 43“6, 98, 141, 143“5,
Al-e Ahmad, Jalal 46, 53 176“7, 182“5
Amani, Sa˜id 162 and Pahlavi monarchy 76, 78, 135“7,
anti-White Revolution Protests 238“40, 138“9, 140“1, 145“6, 186, 187,
249, 250 228“9, 241“2, 271, 272, 273, 274“5
apprentice 77, 84, 119, 121, 216, 219 and politics 5, 9, 10, 19, 228“9, 253“5
Arendt, Hannah 39 and religion 30, 43, 49“50, 83, 93“5,
˜Asgarawladi-Mosalman, Asadollah 155, 167 152, 264; see also clergy-bazaar relations
˜Asgarawladi-Mosalman, Habibollah 102, size of 6“7, 77“8
149, 155, 266“7 bazaari, popular conception of 52“6,
Ashraf, Ahmad 1, 10, 49, 76, 232, 243 100“1
Asnaf (internal publication of the Society of Bazargan, Mehdi 149, 243, 246, 247
Guild Affairs of Distributors and Beheshti, Mohammad 149, 155, 161
Service Sectors of Tehran) 26, 127, Bill, James 57“8, 156“7
162, 258 Bonine, Michael 50
Association of Carpet Exporters of Iran Boone, Catherine 156, 170“3
190, 191, 201 broker 81“4, 88, 90, 101, 110“11, 121,
Association of Iranian Merchants in 122, 127, 143, 193, 194, 195, 207,
Germany 193 212“13, 224, 261
Azeri 92, 191, 193, 208, 250, 265
Cairo, Egypt 71, 185
Badamchian, Asadollah 54, 162 Carpet sector 92, 187, 188“206, 191“2,
Bakhash, Shaul 10 193, 198, 204, 222, 223“4, 224“5,
Bani-Sadr, Abolhasan 149, 254“5 226, 265“6
bankruptcy 84, 89, 103, 145, 152, and policies of Islamic republic 199“204,
Bayat, Asef 176 226“7
bazaar, as a concept 5“6, 9, 16, 22, 40“1, and policies of Pahlavi monarchy 198
49, 70 Central Bank 112, 113, 135, 158, 165,
as a form of informality 60“2 200, 201, 203
as networks 9, 16, 29, 70“3; see also Chabahar (Free Trade Zone) 108, 109“10,
economic sociology 152, 170“3, 174
as a product of information scarcity 62“5 Chamber of Commerce and Industry and
as a social class 56“60 Mines 102, 136, 155, 241
as traditional 48“52 Chamber of Guilds 136, 241
Bazaar, Tehran 1, 3, 15, 16, 22, 24, 25“6, check 74“5, 87, 88, 89, 111, 127, 204
39, 40, 42, 61“2, 64“5, 71, 274“6 Chehabi, H.E. 247
history of 41“6 china and glassware trade 21, 181, 187,
and Iranian economy 6“9, 77“9, 86 188, 215“20, 222, 223, 224, 225, 226,
and Islamic Republic 146“7, 156“7, 227
169“70, 182“5, 263“7, 271, 272“3, and policies of the Islamic republic
274, 275 217“18, 226“7


298
Index 299

clergy-bazaar relations 230“3, 236, 237“8, economic policy
243, 245, 248“51, 274, foreign currency policy 102, 110, 163,
see also Bazaar, hayat, mosque, 165“6, 168, 197, 198, 199, 201“3
Tehran and religion licenses 102, 105, 107, 108, 110, 127,
coercive hierarchy 30, 73, 213, 221“7, 281 159, 165, 168, 210, 211
during Islamic Republic 3, 29, 30, 76, nationalization 166“7
78, 100, 119, 125“6, 127, 185“6, 188, procurement boards 102
206, 272 subsidy 110
and social movement 3, 229“30, 261, tariff 79
263“7, 269, 273“4 trade regime 110; see also credit, import
see also governance and form of substitution industrialization, Islamic
governance Republic, Pahlavi monarchy
Collier, Ruth and David 157 economic sociology 23“4, 41, 64, 69“70;
commodity types see also networks
and information 22, 188, 189“91, 194, and concept of embeddedness 69“70, 72
223, 224 and critique of neo-classical economics
non-standard (non-substitutable) goods 67“9
22, 63, 64“5, 188, 194, 208, 224 edari 115
standard (substitutable) goods 22, 63, Ehsani, Kaveh 178
64“5, 188, 189, 216, 219, 223, 224 ethnography 23, 37, 119; see also

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