Economic doctrines of Islam : a study in the doctrines of Islam and their implications for poverty, employment, and economic growth / Irfan ul Haq. [print]

By: Haq, Irfan ul [author]Material type: TextTextSeries: Islamization of economics: Publisher: Herndon, Virginia : International Institute of Islamic Thought, [(c)1996Description: xiv, 293 pages ; 23 cmContent type: text Media type: unmediated Carrier type: volumeISBN: 9781565642171; 1565642171; 156564218X; 9781565642188Subject(s): Economics -- Religious aspects -- Islam | Islam -- Economic aspectsLOC classification: BP173.75.E266 1996BP173.75.H253.E266 1996COPYRIGHT NOT covered - Click this link to request copyright permission: Summary: In this book, Dr. Irfan Ul Haq examines the primary sources of Islam to extract and formalize from them the Islamic economic doctrines as well as the sociopolitical framework which guides the development of society. In particular, emphasis is placed on the problems of poverty, unemployment and lack of human resource development. What the study suggests is that if Islam is properly studied through an idealistic-rational integrated methodology and understood in its spirit and purposes, it reveals a core set of permanent values and principles that form, the fixed dimension of Islam which then are applicable to virtually all human situations of society, polity, and economy in all space-and-time. It is this in-built dynamism of Islam, demonstrated here with historical examples, that is utilized in approaching and providing solutions to contemporary economic problems and issues. https://www.amazon.com/Economic-Doctrines-Islam-Implications-Islamization/dp/156564218X/ref=sr_1_1?dchild=1&keywords=9781565642171&qid=1594736042&sr=8-1
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In this book, Dr. Irfan Ul Haq examines the primary sources of Islam to extract and formalize from them the Islamic economic doctrines as well as the sociopolitical framework which guides the development of society. In particular, emphasis is placed on the problems of poverty, unemployment and lack of human resource development. What the study suggests is that if Islam is properly studied through an idealistic-rational integrated methodology and understood in its spirit and purposes, it reveals a core set of permanent values and principles that form, the fixed dimension of Islam which then are applicable to virtually all human situations of society, polity, and economy in all space-and-time. It is this in-built dynamism of Islam, demonstrated here with historical examples, that is utilized in approaching and providing solutions to contemporary economic problems and issues.

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