Ottoman manufacturing in the age of the industrial revolution

Donald Quataert

This book uncovers the rich, fascinating and complex world of Ottoman manufacturing and manufacturers in the age of the European industrial revolution. Using a wealth of sources from Ottoman, European and American archives, Professor Donald Quataert explores the technological methods of producing cotton cloth, wool cloth, yarn and silk, how these changed throughout the nineteenth century, the organisation of home and workshop production and trends in the domestic and international markets. By focusing on textile manufacturing in homes and small workshops, the author reveals a dynamism that refutes traditional notions of a declining economy in the face of European expansion. He shows how manufacturers adopted a variety of strategies, such as reduced wages and low technology inputs, to confront European competitors, protect their livelihoods and retain domestic and international customers.

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[目次]

  • Introduction
  • Part I. Manufacturing for the Domestic Market: 1. Raw cotton, dyestuffs and yarn production
  • 2. Trends in cloth production in the Ottoman lands from Salonica to Aleppo
  • 3. Patterns of cloth production in the Ottoman lands from Salonica to Aleppo
  • Part II. Manufacturing for the International Market: 4. Silk cloth and raw silk production
  • 5. Carpetmaking
  • Conclusion.

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書名 Ottoman manufacturing in the age of the industrial revolution
著作者等 Quataert, Donald
Burke, Edmund
Hudson, Michael C.
Kazziha, Walid
Khalidi, Rashid
Mardin, Serif
Musallam, Basim
Shlaim, Avi
Yapp, Malcolm
Owen, Roger
シリーズ名 Cambridge Middle East library
出版元 Cambridge University Press
刊行年月 2002, c1993
版表示 1st pbk. ed
ページ数 xvii, 224 p., [5] p. of plates
大きさ 23 cm
ISBN 0521893011
NCID BA70128137
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言語 英語
出版国 イギリス
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