History of Islamic Economic Thought: Contributions of Muslim Scholars to Economic Thought and Analys
Early chapters outline the foundations of Islamic economic thought and describe three distinct phases of its development over time. The author then identifies key theories and tenets of modern economics - including value; market and pricing; production and distribution; money and interest; and the economic role of the state - and explores the influence of Muslim scholarly thought on each. The concluding chapter highlights the importance of further exploration of the topic and offers insightful recommendations for future research.
This fascinating book will be of great interest to students and scholars of both the history of economic thought and Islamic economics.