With the historical development of public accounting, accounting maturity reached approximately 90% as a result of focusing on international standards and updating the legislation. The objective is full compliance with IPSASs, ...
Author: Tekin Akdemir
Publisher: Springer Nature
This book provides an assessment of public financial management (PFM) reforms in developing countries using Turkey as a case study. Volume II elaborates on asset and liability management, intergovernmental fiscal relations, accounting, financial reporting, and auditing. Bringing together academics and practitioners, the book analyzes the PFM reforms in the light of theoretical explanations and practices to reveal the achievements, challenges, and future perspectives of PFM.
Ziya Karal, but without any details.10 Samples from Muḥibb Efendi's work are provided in French translation in a small book by Bertrand Bareilles published in Paris in 1920. The author writes in the preface that for his purpose he made ...
Author: Barbara Flemming
In Essays on Turkish Literature and History Barbara Flemming offers findings gained through lifelong scholarship. Besides Ottoman matters, a wide range is covered, including Mamluks and contemporary southeastern Turkey. Of particular interest are saintly Muslim women, eschatology, Muslim-Christian dialogue, and effects of the alphabet change.
The saving link was there; and the great law regulative of the progress of man species distinctly, and never more distinctly, ... and can only find place in a more general treatise on the nature and history of human civilization.
Author: Mike Sanders
This important collection of writings is about, and by, women connected with social and political movements between 1799-1870. It also records the attitudes of the great radical reformers to the role of women in society and documents the vast cultural changes brought about by industrialisation. Volume II focuses on the writings of Frances Wright, an important figure in radical circles in both Britain and the US. The collection draws together the following key material: This collection will appeal to anyone with an interest in women's history and Victorian studies.
2* These translations recapitulate in Ottoman the history of the word in French — at first (1828—1841) meaning the ... "march at the head of civilization" "the progress of civilization" "to civilize," "be civilized," "the civilized ...
Author: Dennis Dennis Charles Washburn
This volume considers the concept of conversion as a tool for understanding transformations to modernity. It examines conversions to modernity within the Ottoman domain, India, China, and Japan as a reaction to the pressures of colonialism and imperialism.
Edited in Seven Volumes with Introduction, Notes, Appendices, and Index Edward Gibbon J. B. Bury ... convince the Janizaries that their master was not the votary of love.8 His sobriety is attested by the silence of the Turkish annals, ...
Author: Edward Gibbon
Publisher: Cambridge University Press
J. B. Bury's authoritative seven-volume edition (1896-1900) of Edward Gibbon's magisterial account of the relationship between Roman imperialism and Christianity.
2s 1800 558 THORNTON'S Recent State of Turkey , ma 536 STREAMS from Helicon , or Poems on Various 2 vols . large 8vo . bds . ... a facetious D 537 STUART'S ( Gilbert ) History of Scotland , pottrait vertisement for both Sexes , 2 vols .
The "Gentleman's magazine" section is a digest of selections from the weekly press; the "(Trader's) monthly intelligencer" section consists of news (foreign and domestic), vital statistics, a register of the month's new publications, and a calendar of forthcoming trade fairs.
Theodoric the Ostrogoth 253 Theodosius 119, 228 Theodosius I 225 Theophanes 12 Thermon 218 Thessalonica 119 ... early 20th cents 150–2 medieval 122–34, 290 indiscriminate killings 127–33 Persia see under Persia progress 291 restrictions ...
Author: Alexander Gillespie
Publisher: Bloomsbury Publishing
This unique work of reference traces the origins of the modern laws of warfare from the earliest times to the present day. Relying on written records from as far back as 2400 BCE, and using sources ranging from the Bible to Security Council Resolutions, the author pieces together the history of a subject which is almost as old as civilisation itself. The author shows that as long as humanity has been waging wars it has also been trying to find ways of legitimising different forms of combatants and ascribing rules to them, protecting civilians who are either inadvertently or intentionally caught up between them, and controlling the use of particular classes of weapons that may be used in times of conflict. Thus it is that this work is divided into three substantial parts: Volume 1 on the laws affecting combatants and captives; Volume 2 on civilians; and Volume 3 on the law of arms control. This third volume deals with the question of the control of weaponry, from the Bronze Age to the Nuclear Age. In doing so, it divides into two parts: namely, conventional weapons and Weapons of Mass Destruction. The examination of the history of arms control of conventional weapons begins with the control of weaponry so that one side could achieve a military advantage over another. This pattern, which only began to change centuries after the advent of gunpowder, was later supplemented by ideals to control types of conventional weapons because their impacts upon opposing combatants were inhumane. By the late twentieth century, the concerns over inhumane conventional weapons were being supplemented by concerns over indiscriminate conventional weapons. The focus on indiscriminate weapons, when applied on a mass scale, is the core of the second part of the volume. Weapons of Mass Destruction are primarily weapons of the latter half of the twentieth century. Although both chemical and biological warfare have long historical lineages, it was only after the Second World War that technological developments meant that these weapons could be applied to cause large-scale damage to non-combatants. thi is unlike uclear weapons, which are a truly modern invention. Despite being the newest Weapon of Mass Destruction, they are also the weapon of which most international attention has been applied, although the frameworks by which they were contained in the last century, appear inadequate to address the needs of current times. As a work of reference this set of three books is unrivalled, and will be of immense benefit to scholars and practitioners researching and advising on the laws of warfare. It also tells a story which throws fascinating new light on the history of international law and on the history of warfare itself.