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Tanzimat Donemi Osmanli Maliyesi,
Istanbul: Kure Yayinlari, 2001, p. 10-15.
Collins and Matthew D. Wortmaster (ed.)
The Collected Works of G. Farthington Pennyloss,
Boston: C.F. Pennyloss, 1993, p. 48.
P. Steinberg (ed.),
Walter Benjamin and the Demands of History,
New York: Cornell University Press, 1996, p. 38.
eds. for editors.
Balkan Ekonomileri 1800-1914: Kalkinmasiz Devrim,
trans. by Ayse Edirne, Istanbul: Sabanci Universitesi Yayinlari, p. 48-50.
Pamuk, "Money in the Ottoman Empire, 1326-1914,"
An Economic and Social History of the Ottoman Empire,
Halil Inalcik and Donald Quataert (ed.), New York: Cambridge University Press,
1994, p. 102.
Selim Deringil, "Osmanli Imparatorlugu'nda Gelenegin Icadi ve 'Muhayyel Cemaat'
Toplum ve Bilim,
1991, v. 15, n. 54-55, p. 10-15.
Bostaph, "Epistemological Foundations of Methodological Conflict in Economics:
The Case of the Nineteenth Century Methodenstreit", Ph.D. Dissertation,
Southern Illinois University, 1976, p. 20-23.
Deringil, "Osmanli Imparatorlugu'nda Gelenegin Icadi ve 'Muhayyel Cemaat' ve
Panislamizm", 10 December 1991,
use centuries as XVth (not 15th) century
first use surnames of the authors at Bibliography.
give total numbers of pages as vii+150 p.
use edition numbers right after titles like Irfan Gunduz,
Osmanlilarda Devlet-Tekke Munasebetleri,
2nd edition, Istanbul: Seha Nesriyat, 1990.
use 12pt, 1,5 lines, justified, Times New Roman
"Money in the Ottoman Empire, 1326-1914," p. 10-11.
ibid, p. 100-102.