Islam and economic policy
This book looks at the impact of Islamic teaching on public economic policy and asks how Islamic economics differs from mainstream micro- and macroeconomics. Some of the key features include: looks at how Islamic values can influence choices made by business and governments; asks whether Shari'ah teaching affects taxation and social welfare policies; assesses the potential of Islamic economics to provide an alternative to a capitalist economic system and looks at the implications for international economic relations; individual chapters evaluate the economic successes and failures of OIC member states... Available in physical copy only (Call Number: BP 173.75 W752)
Islamic economics , Islam , Economic policy
Wilson, Rodney. (2015). Islam and economic policy. Edinburgh, Scotland: Edinburgh University Press.
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