Pakistan, Islam, and Economics: Failure of Modernity
This book critically examines the Islamic economic system as defined by the traditional Ulama. The author makes a modernist case for the 'Islamization of Economy' project and systematically discusses specific areas of economic transactions while historically reviewing the basic issues in the light of the various Islamist solutions offered.
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The State and the Economy
Economics and Islamic Economics
The Question of Riba
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