Finance:Kararname of 1296

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The Kararname of 1296[1] (Turkish: Meskûkât-ı Osmaniye Kararnamesi [2]), was a decree concerning monetary systems of the Ottoman Empire. This kararname established a bimetallic currency system based on gold and silver in the year 1296 AH (1880 AD).[3]

Etymology

Kararname is a word from the Turkish language, meaning a government decree.[4]

References

  1. Saʼid B. Himadeh, Monetary and Banking System of Syria, The American Press, 1935, p. 24.
  2. Mehmet Hakan Sağlam, I. Tertip Düstûr Kılavuzu: 1839 - 1908, Tarih Vakfı Yurt Yayınları, 2006, p. 216.
  3. Zafer Toprak, Türkiye'de "Millı̂ İktisat", 1908-1918, Yurt Yayınları, 1982, p. 123.
  4. "Büyük Türkçe Sözlük". Archived from the original on 21 July 2011. https://web.archive.org/web/20110721060733/http://www.tdkterim.gov.tr/bts/?kategori=verilst&kelime=kararname+&ayn=tam. Retrieved 20 February 2011. 

External links

  • Zvi Yehuda Hershlag, Introduction to the Modern Economic History of the Middle East, Brill Archive, 1980, ISBN:978-90-04-06061-6, p. 62.
  • United States. Bureau of the Mint, Annual Report of the Director of the Mint, Department of the Treasury, Bureau of the Mint, 1916, p. 177.
  • Osman Okyar, Halil İnalcık (ed.), Türkiye'nin Sosyal ve Ekonomik Tarihi (1071-1920): Birinci Uluslararası Türkiye'nin Sosyal ve Ekonomik Tarihi Kongresi Tebliğleri, Meteksan, 1980, p. 304.





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