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Kayhan Orbay

Department of History
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Coping with Institutional and Financial Crises in the Sixteenth and Seventeenth Centuries: Ensuring the Survival of Ottoman Royal Waqfs
Orbay, Kayhan (SAGE Publications, 2019-11-01)
The Ottoman Empire had inherited the waqf (charitable foundation) as an institutionalized form of charity from the Near Eastern Islamic states, which had preceded it. Over time, new forms of charitable foundations emerged,...
"They Left Behind Institutions in Financial Jeopardy": Central Anatolian Waqfs in the Wake of the Great Flight
Orbay, Kayhan (Faculty of Humanities and Social Sciences, University of Zagreb, 2019-01-01)
The years of the late 16th into the 17th century were characterized by the harsh Celali rebellions and ensuing social turmoil in the central provinces of Anatolia. The years spanning 1603-1608 saw mass population movements...
Orbay, Kayhan (Akademiai Kiado Zrt., 2018-03-01)
The Celali rebel armies ravaged the central Anatolian countryside from the late 16th up to the mid-17th century. The Celali movements brought about demographic changes and had a long-lasting impact on agricultural economy ...
Failure of Waqfs to Adjust Rental Rates to Prices; Structural Impairment or Managerial Rigidity
Orbay, Kayhan (2017-01-01)
It is widely held view in the waqf studies that waqf institutions could not maintain their urban properties nor increase their rental income in line with price increases due to structural impairment and managerial rigidity...
Account Books of the Imperial WAQFS Charitable Endowments in the Eastern Mediterranean 15th to 19th Centuries
Orbay, Kayhan (American Accounting Association, 2013-01-01)
The history of accounting in the Eastern Mediterranean has not been adequately studied through its primary sources, despite the fact that the Turkish archives house an enormous amount of material for exploring accounting p...
Financial Development of the Waqfs in Konya and the Agricultural Economy in the Central Anatolia (Late Sixteenth-Early Seventeenth Centuries)
Orbay, Kayhan (Brill, 2012-01-01)
This study examines the financial history of three waqfs (those of Mevlana Celaleddin-i Rumi, Sadreddin-i Konevi, and Selim II) in Konya through their account records covering the late sixteenth and early seventeenth centu...
The Waqf of Saruca Pasha in Gallipoli and Agricultural Economy in 17th-Century Thrace
Orbay, Kayhan (2012-01-01)
The Magnificent Suleymaniye Owed a Debt to the Butcher and the Grocer
Orbay, Kayhan (2011-04-01)
The large waqf complex of Silleymaniye in Istanbul held vast agricultural lands and numerous revenue-yielding real estates. However, in 1586, it was mentioned as being in debt to butcher and grocer in an official document....
16 ve 17 Yüzyıllarda Bursa Ekonomisi Sultan Çelebi Mehmed Yeşil İmaret inin Mali Tarihi 1553 1650
Orbay, Kayhan (2007-01-01)