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Contribution of Islamic Thought to Modern Economics

Contribution of Islamic Thought to Modern Economics

Contribution of Islamic Thought to Modern Economics
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Proceedings of the economics seminar held jointly by al Azhar University and the International Institute of Islamic Thought (Cairo, 1988/1409)

This book contains papers presented at the Conference on the Contribution of Islamic Thought to Modern Economics held in Cairo, Egypt, on 25-28 Muharram, 1409 A.H.16-9 September, 1988 A.C. sponsored by Salih Kamil Center for Islamic Commercial Research and Studies at al Azhar University and the International Institute of Islamic Thought.

Islamic awakening needed a new economic doctrine, efficient and morally superior to the secular economic doctrines dominating the modem world. A few Muslim economists championed the reintroduction of Islamic economic doctrine. They held conferences, seminars and workshops. They published papers and books that attracted the attention of economists, students and learned circles in the Muslim world as well as in Western countries.

Contribution of Islamic Thought to Modern Economics

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