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Ottoman Economic Practices In Periods Of Transformation: The Cases Of Crete and Bulgaria, 2014

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  • Yazar: Kate FLEET, Svetla IANEVA
  • Basım Yılı: 2014
  • Basım Yeri:
  • Cilt / Dizi / Sayı: IV/A-2-2.12 Dizi, Sayı: 11
  • Dil : İngilizce
  • ISBN : 9789751629326
  • Barkod : 9789751629326
  • Fiziksel Özellikleri : Ivory, Page: 310

  • Ürün Barkodu

Introduction / Kate Fleet

Chapter 1: Financing the island of Crete / Kate Fleet

Chapter 2: The commerce of Crete / Kate Fleet

Chapter 3: The  control of agricultural production in Crete / Kate Fleet

Chapter 4: From Crete to Bulgaria / Kate Fleet

Chapter 5: Economic transformations in the central Rumelian lands in the nineteenth century: an overview / Svetla Ianeva

Chapter 6: Manifestations and implications of early nineteenth-century transformations in the Ottoman fiscal system in the central Rumelian lands / Svetla Ianeva

Chapter 7: The tax payers' communities and the functioning of the fiscal system in nineteenth-century Ottoman Rumeli / Svetla Ianeva

Chapter 8: Regulation and functioning of the Ottoman fiscal system int he 1860s and 1870s - evidence from the central Rumelian provinces / Svetla Ianeva

Conclusion / Kate Fleet

<p> Introduction / Kate Fleet</p><p>Chapter 1: Financing the island of Crete / Kate Fleet</p><p>Chapter 2: The commerce of Crete / Kate Fleet</p><p>Chapter 3: The  control of agricultural production in Crete / Kate Fleet</p><p>Chapter 4: From Crete to Bulgaria / Kate Fleet</p><p>Chapter 5: Economic transformations in the central Rumelian lands in the nineteenth century: an overview / Svetla Ianeva</p><p>Chapter 6: Manifestations and implications of early nineteenth-century transformations in the Ottoman fiscal system in the central Rumelian lands / Svetla Ianeva</p><p>Chapter 7: The tax payers' communities and the functioning of the fiscal system in nineteenth-century Ottoman Rumeli / Svetla Ianeva</p><p>Chapter 8: Regulation and functioning of the Ottoman fiscal system int he 1860s and 1870s - evidence from the central Rumelian provinces / Svetla Ianeva</p><p>Conclusion / Kate Fleet</p>