Islam and contemporary economic theories.

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Supreme Council for Islamic Affairs , Cairo
Islam -- Economic asp
StatementTranslated by Ismail Cashmiry. Rev. by Shawki Sukkari.
SeriesStudies in Islam series,, no. 4
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LC ClassificationsBP173.75 .I813
The Physical Object
Pagination100 p.
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Open LibraryOL5132863M
LC Control Number74262592

Islam and contemporary economic theories. Cairo, Supreme Council for Islamic Affairs [, i.e. ] (OCoLC) Document Type: Book: All Authors /. This book contains papers presented at the Conference on the Contribution of Islamic Thought to Modern Economics held in Cairo, Egypt, on Mu]).arram, A.H./ September, A.C.

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Fahim, eds., Money and Banking in Islam (Jeddah: International Center for Research in Islamic Economics, ); and Ariff, ed., Monetary and Fiscal Economics. Siraj Islam Mufti, Ph.D. is a writer and author. This article resulted from his Friday Khutba at the Muslim Community Center in Tucson, and is part of his upcoming book on Family in Islamic Civilization due in October Search the world's most comprehensive index of full-text books.

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