Decision making and change in the Ottoman Empire
Caesar E. Farah
Thomas Jefferson University Press at Northeast Missouri State University, 1993 - Political Science - 337 pages
This work is an interdisciplinary anthology that is the product of the 1988 meeting of the International Committee for the Study of the Ottoman Empire. The richness of the research found throughout the book and the importance of the legacy of the Ottoman Empire in today's world is neatly reflected in Halil Inalcik's opening chapter. The book provides a key to the door of understanding for Southeast Europe and the Middle East in our world.
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Decision Making in the Ottoman State
Transmission of Directives from Center to Periphery
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