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ISLAM’S MORAL ECONOMY: A FIQHICONOMIC INTERPRETATION

@inproceedings{Elsheikh2014ISLAMSME,
  title={ISLAM’S MORAL ECONOMY: A FIQHICONOMIC INTERPRETATION},
  author={Elsheikh and Salah},
  year={2014}
}
Despite of the idealist nature of their Fiqhi enterprise, the classical jurists also exhibited an acute understanding of their economic and business environment, one that enabled them to articulate the moral foundations and efficient legal institutions of a highly successful Islamic economy. This fact led the economic historian Abraham Udovitch (1970: 261), in a meticulous and well-reasoned study of those institutions, to conclude that: “The prominence of the Muslim world in the trade of the… Expand
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