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Trade and Money

The Ottoman Economy in the Eighteenth and Early Nineteenth Centuries


Trade and Money is an economic history of the Ottoman world in the eighteenth, nineteenth and twentieth centuries.
Publisher: Gorgias Press LLC
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SKU (ISBN): 978-1-61719-102-2
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Publication Status: In Print
Publication Date: Aug 11,2010
Interior Color: Black
Trim Size: 6 x 9
Page Count: 379
Languages: English
ISBN: 978-1-61719-102-2
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This selection of articles by Elena Frangakis-Syrett, professor at the City University of New York, are a compilation of economic history of the Ottoman Empire between the eighteenth and twentieth centuries. Frangakis-Syrett takes as her main subjects, monetary and trading practices in the Ottoman Empire and the Ottoman maritime world and, finally, the port city of Izmir. Her works on trade deal with the conditions of international trade between the Ottoman Empire and Europe in the pre-industrial eighteenth century. Izmir is of special interest as it developed into the primary port for trade with Europe. Frangakis-Syrett also considers internal trade, which ran through the three major ports of Istanbul, Izmir and Alexandria. The state’s role in the economy, through the issue of specie to its financial policies, are described in conjunction with how the market interacted with it. Frangakis-Syrett also considers internal trade, which ran through the three major ports of Istanbul, Izmir and Alexandria. Together, the articles comprise one of the major works of Ottoman economic history.

This selection of articles by Elena Frangakis-Syrett, professor at the City University of New York, are a compilation of economic history of the Ottoman Empire between the eighteenth and twentieth centuries. Frangakis-Syrett takes as her main subjects, monetary and trading practices in the Ottoman Empire and the Ottoman maritime world and, finally, the port city of Izmir. Her works on trade deal with the conditions of international trade between the Ottoman Empire and Europe in the pre-industrial eighteenth century. Izmir is of special interest as it developed into the primary port for trade with Europe. Frangakis-Syrett also considers internal trade, which ran through the three major ports of Istanbul, Izmir and Alexandria. The state’s role in the economy, through the issue of specie to its financial policies, are described in conjunction with how the market interacted with it. Frangakis-Syrett also considers internal trade, which ran through the three major ports of Istanbul, Izmir and Alexandria. Together, the articles comprise one of the major works of Ottoman economic history.

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  • CONTENTS (page 9)
  • ACKNOWLEDGMENTS (page 12)
  • LIST OF ILLUSTRATIONS (page 13)
  • ABBREVIATIONS (page 14)
  • INTRODUCTION (page 15)
  • THE OTTOMAN ECONOMY AND IZMIR IN PERSPECTIVE (page 17)
  • MONETARY SHORTAGE AND THE OTTOMAN ECONOMY: LATE SEVENTEENTH TO THE LATE EIGHTEENTH CENTURIES (page 51)
  • THE OTTOMAN MONETARY SYSTEM IN THE SECOND HALF OF THE EIGHTEENTH AND IN THE EARLY NINETEENTH CENTURIES: A VIEW FROM THE PROVINCES (page 77)
  • THE BALANCE OF TRADE AND THE BALANCE OF PAYMENTS BETWEEN IZMIR AND MARSEILLES,1700-1789 (page 99)
  • THE COASTAL TRADE OF THE OTTOMAN EMPIRE,FROM THE MID-EIGHTEENTH TO THE EARLY NINETEENTH CENTURIES (page 111)
  • IZMIR AND THE OTTOMAN MARITIME WORLD OF THE EIGHTEENTH CENTURY (page 133)
  • TRADE BETWEEN THE OTTOMAN EMPIRE AND WESTERN EUROPE:THE CASE OF IZMIR IN THE EIGHTEENTH CENTURY (page 153)
  • THE TRADE OF COTTON AND CLOTH IN IZMIR:FROM THE SECOND HALF OF THE EIGHTEENTH CENTURY TO THE EARLY NINETEENTH CENTURY (page 173)
  • THE PORT OF PATRAS IN THE SECOND OTTOMAN PERIOD C.1700-1830 (page 193)
  • NETWORKS OF FRIENDSHIP,NETWORKS OF KINSHIP:EIGHTEENTH-CENTURY LEVANT MERCHANTS (page 215)
  • THE ECONOMIC ACTIVITIES OF OTTOMAN AND WESTERN COMMUNITIES IN EIGHTEENTH-CENTURY IZMIR (page 239)
  • COMMERCIAL PRACTICES AND COMPETITION IN THE LEVANT:THE BRITISH AND THE DUTCH IN EIGHTEENTH-CENTURY IZMIR (page 257)
  • TRADE PRACTIES IN ALEPPO IN THE MIDDLE OF THE EIGHTEENTH CENTURY The case of a British merchant (page 279)
  • THE ARMENIAN,GREEK AND JEWISH COMMUNITIES OF SMYRNA IN THE 18th CENTURY(1690-1820)Demography and economic activities (page 293)
  • GREEK MERCHANTILE ACTIVITIES IN THE EASTERN MEDITERRANEAN,1780-1820 (page 309)
  • LES RESEAUX COMMERCIAUX ET L'INTEGRATION AU MARCHE MONDIAL DE LA MEDITERRANEE ORIENTALE, UN APERCU HISTORIQUE (page 323)
  • 18.YUZYILDAN 20.YUZYILIN BASLARINA KADAR IZMIR EKONOMISINE BIR BAKIS (page 339)
  • APPENDIX A (page 361)
  • APPENDIX B (page 369)
  • APPENDIX C (page 373)
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