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By Abdul Azim Islahi, Kube Publishing, Paperback, 286 page
The economic thoughts of a fourteenth century scholar whose work continues to influence the lives and thoughts of Muslims today.
This valuable work presents Ibn Taimiyah's thoughts on the concept of Islamic economics, the state in the economy, on public finance, money, interest, prices, partnership, and profit-sharing, and offers a comparison of his ideas with those of some medieval scholars in Europe, along with a study of his influence on Islamic thinkers in later periods.
About the author:
Dr. Abdul Azim Islahi is a professor at the Islamic Economics Institute, Jeddah. He has spent more than 30 years in research, teaching and expanding the frontiers of the discipline of Islamic economics, King Abdulaziz University. He obtained his PhD from the Aligarh Muslim University, India in 1981
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