Objects That Matter: The Knockoff-Inspired Designer Good
Awareness that a brand is widely counterfeited can make shoppers more willing to pay for the real thing, a 2012 study found.
The Makeshift Markets Inside One of the World's Largest Refugee Camps
At a refugee camp in Kenya, commerce is largely improvisational.
Odd Jobs: The Informal Economies Sustaining Large Parts of the Global Workforce
How a 50-acre migrant camp known as "the Jungle" mirrors the reality of commerce in liminal zones and borderlands the world over.