Do economists read anthropology? Certainly David Graeber's and Gillian Tett's books have gained traction. Graeber's "Debt: The First 5,000 Years" ranks at #19 in Amazon's economic theory books and has even spawned a companion guide to explain the book's main points. Tett's Fool's Gold discussed the causes of the global financial crisis and was reviewed in places like the New York Times.
But there are many other books written by economic anthropologists that could be of interest to economists. I recently discussed what anthropologists can to to promote their work in a short article in the Society for Economic Anthropology's section of Anthropology News.