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La production et le commerce du textile à Alep sous l’Empire ottoman : une forte contribution à l’essor économique de la ville

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  • Banat, Rabih
  • Ferguene, Améziane

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L’objet de cet article est d’étudier la dynamique socio-économique d’Alep à l’époque ottomane et de mettre en lumière les principaux facteurs qui l’ont soutenue. Notre analyse insiste sur le rôle de la proximité géographique, du système technico-économique, et, enfin, du système local de régulation dans l’essor exceptionnel qu’a connu cette ville à cette époque. De cette réflexion, il ressort que le concept du territoire, et les notions qui lui sont associées, constituent un cadre d’analyse approprié pour comprendre à la fois l’évolution historique de cet ancien centre urbain et son mode d’organisation et de fonctionnement encore en vigueur aujourd’hui.

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  • Banat, Rabih & Ferguene, Améziane, 2010. "La production et le commerce du textile à Alep sous l’Empire ottoman : une forte contribution à l’essor économique de la ville," Histoire, économie & société, Editions NecPlus, vol. 2010(02), pages 9-21, June.
  • Handle: RePEc:nec:hecoso:v:2010:y:2010:i:02:p:9-21_00
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