Review of Fatih Ermiş', A History of Ottoman Economic Thought: Developments Before the Nineteenth Century

Published: Jul 17, 2016
Ottoman Empire Economic Thought Islamic Economic Thought Ottoman Intellectual History Fatih Ermiş
Marinos Sariyannis

Fatih Ermiş. A History of Ottoman Economic Thought: Developments Before the Nineteenth Century. London: Routledge, 2014. 

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Marinos Sariyannis, Institute for Mediterranean Studies
Principal researcher, Program of Ottoman Studies, Institute for Mediterranean Studies/FORTH
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