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On merchants's agency and capitalism in the Eastern Mediterranean, 1774-1914



Maria Christina Chatziioannou
Analecta Isisiana, Isis Press, Istanbul 2017
Τύπος: Νέες Εκδόσεις

Taking as a starting point the Mediterranean and the Greek merchant entrepreneurs originating from the Ottoman Empire, the author tries to challenge some issues that deal with comparisons between merchants of different origin and similar economic behaviour, having in mind the danger of generalisations and the importance of complexity and multiplicity that characterise merchant's agency particularly in the long 19th century.

Contents

Introduction

1. Creating the Pre-Industrial Ottoman-Greek Merchant: Sources, Methods and Interpretations 
2. Greek Merchant Networks in the Age of Empires (1770–1870)
3. The Formation of the Christian Commercial Networks in Ottoman Izmir, Eighteenth to Nineteenth Century
4. The Development of a Traditional Firm during the First Half of the Nineteenth Century
5. Shaping Greek-Tunisian Commercial Relations in the Ottoman Mediterranean World: The Efessios Merchant House
6. Greek Merchants in Victorian England
7. Between Tradition and Modernity: Joannes Gennadius at the End of the Nineteenth Century



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