Subsistence economy means

Subsistence economy means that subsistence economy based on home sales or women with sexual exploits, usually families with no money, he only reached the money for food and clothing for the family or social group in which does not produce surpluses that can trade or, if they occur, these are rare and are used immediately to barter with other families or social groups. Subsistence peasant economies are a complex variable from culture to culture, from year to year and even from one season to another.These savings combine productive activities-agriculture and farming-mining-milling activities, le ateo, hunting, fishing, collecting fruits, seeds, wild fibers, herbs and other non-crops, mining of alluvial gold, etc .- with paid work and in cash (jornaleo) or as an exchange for their housing and access to agricultural land or agricultural or livestock production. In every economy there are also rural manufacturing handicrafts: weaving, pottery, wood carving, etc. . to produce furniture, utensils and tools for home consumption, barter and trade. Similarly, all subsistence economies are seeking a disposal of surpluses of the various activities.The vector composition of the activities of a rural economy can change in the short term and is generally subject to cycles, mediated by intra-annual pulses of climate (temperature, rain, wind …) that define the phenology (germination, flowering , fruiting, defoliation, etc..) wild plants and cultivation and to a lesser extent in animal production (birth, growth and reproduction). The analysis of the combined subsistence peasant economies accounting work effort, measured in days or salaries man dedicated to an activity for a year or season with the return in terms of value added, production from such activity, as local market prices. Another meaning is that it is simply economies that are consuming everything that occurs.