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  • theory_profit_islamic_perspective_zubair.pdf.jpg
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  • Authors: Hasan, Zubair (2008)

  • Islam prohibits interest but allows profit. It promotes trade as an occupation and regards profit as a bounty from God. Mainstream economics too revolves around the notion of profit. Price theory the core of economics cannot stand firm without the assumption of profit maximization. In the practical affairs of trade, industry and commerce no concept is more pivotal than profit. Yet profit has remained one of the most neglected subjects in economic theory. After Frank H. Knight's Risk Uncertainty and profit (1921) no exhaustive work on the subject appeared save contributions in the form of book chapters or journal articles. Writings on the topic in Islamic economics have been even scarc...

  • towards_understanding_structure_islamic_economic_system_solving_current_economics_financial_crisis_magda-libre.pdf.jpg
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  • Authors: Ismail Abdel Mohsin, Magda (2013)

  • Islam is not just a religion of worship; it is a comprehensive discipline that includes all aspect of sciences including economics. It provides many institutions that have to function in parallel in order to meet a just and a welfare society for all. The current global economics and financial crises urged economists to search for alternative institutions to solve these crises. This brings in the question of whether the Islamic economic system is capable of solving such crises or not. The main objective of this paper is to present the different Islamic institutions within the structure of the Islamic economic system, and to show their roles in handling the current economics and financi...

  • trade_finance_complementarity_mansor.pdf.jpg
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  • Authors: Ibrahim, Mansor H. (2018)

  • This paper examines the complementarity/substitutability of international trade and financial development in the mitigation of carbon emissions for a panel sample of 62 middle-income countries from 1991 to 2010. Applying the bias-corrected LSDV estimator, the paper yields interesting results. For the full sample, international trade and financial development play an interactive and complementary role in reducing CO2 intensity of energy use. That is, the environmental benefit of international trade is materialized only if a country has a well-developed financial market. Likewise, financial development is beneficial to the environment only in a highly open economy. Having stated these, ...

  • understanding_development_Islamic_framework_hossein_zamir_noureddine_abbas.pdf.jpg
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  • Authors: Askari, Hossein; Iqbal, Zamir; Krichene, Noureddine; Mirakhor, Abbas (2014)

  • In this paper, the foundational rules governing human, economic and financial development in Islam, as understood from the Qur’ān and from the life and traditions of the Prophet Muhammad (pbuh), are summarized. These rules pave the path to development as the basis of institutional structure, which in turn, underpin the path of economic and social progress. The essential elements in the life of a Muslim—the unity of creation, freedom and freedom of choice, economic and human development, economic system and financial practice—are developed.

Browsing by Topic Islamic economics

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  • theory_profit_islamic_perspective_zubair.pdf.jpg
  • Journal Article


  • Authors: Hasan, Zubair (2008)

  • Islam prohibits interest but allows profit. It promotes trade as an occupation and regards profit as a bounty from God. Mainstream economics too revolves around the notion of profit. Price theory the core of economics cannot stand firm without the assumption of profit maximization. In the practical affairs of trade, industry and commerce no concept is more pivotal than profit. Yet profit has remained one of the most neglected subjects in economic theory. After Frank H. Knight's Risk Uncertainty and profit (1921) no exhaustive work on the subject appeared save contributions in the form of book chapters or journal articles. Writings on the topic in Islamic economics have been even scarc...

  • towards_understanding_structure_islamic_economic_system_solving_current_economics_financial_crisis_magda-libre.pdf.jpg
  • Journal Article


  • Authors: Ismail Abdel Mohsin, Magda (2013)

  • Islam is not just a religion of worship; it is a comprehensive discipline that includes all aspect of sciences including economics. It provides many institutions that have to function in parallel in order to meet a just and a welfare society for all. The current global economics and financial crises urged economists to search for alternative institutions to solve these crises. This brings in the question of whether the Islamic economic system is capable of solving such crises or not. The main objective of this paper is to present the different Islamic institutions within the structure of the Islamic economic system, and to show their roles in handling the current economics and financi...

  • trade_finance_complementarity_mansor.pdf.jpg
  • Journal Article


  • Authors: Ibrahim, Mansor H. (2018)

  • This paper examines the complementarity/substitutability of international trade and financial development in the mitigation of carbon emissions for a panel sample of 62 middle-income countries from 1991 to 2010. Applying the bias-corrected LSDV estimator, the paper yields interesting results. For the full sample, international trade and financial development play an interactive and complementary role in reducing CO2 intensity of energy use. That is, the environmental benefit of international trade is materialized only if a country has a well-developed financial market. Likewise, financial development is beneficial to the environment only in a highly open economy. Having stated these, ...

  • understanding_development_Islamic_framework_hossein_zamir_noureddine_abbas.pdf.jpg
  • Journal Article


  • Authors: Askari, Hossein; Iqbal, Zamir; Krichene, Noureddine; Mirakhor, Abbas (2014)

  • In this paper, the foundational rules governing human, economic and financial development in Islam, as understood from the Qur’ān and from the life and traditions of the Prophet Muhammad (pbuh), are summarized. These rules pave the path to development as the basis of institutional structure, which in turn, underpin the path of economic and social progress. The essential elements in the life of a Muslim—the unity of creation, freedom and freedom of choice, economic and human development, economic system and financial practice—are developed.