İslam İktisadını Yeniden Düşünmek, edited by Taha Eğri, Oğuz Karasu, and Necmettin Kızılkaya

Z. Hafsa Orhan Aström

Abstract


https://doi.org/10.12730/13091719.2014.52.114

İslam İktisadını Yeniden Düşünmek, edited by Taha Eğri, Oğuz Karasu, and Necmettin Kızılkaya, (İslam İktisadı Kitaplığı, 1) (Istanbul: İGİAD Yayınları, 2014), 311 pp., ISBN: 9978-975-6303-19-1

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This edited book includes academic papers from The First Islamic Economics Workshop, entitled Basic Concepts and Thoughts, which was held on March 2-3, 2013, in Istanbul. The book is composed of eleven academic articles that were written by a group of academics and thinkers from around the world.
The main aim of the book is to “reflect the concept of Islamic economics in our lives, in a deserving and meaningful way.” Whether this aim can be attained will be evaluated at the end of this review. As is clear from the included articles that are reviewed below, the target audience of this book includes individuals who are familiar with Islamic economics. In particular, this book presents researchers with an alternative guide and framework for methodological, jurisprudential, and conceptual aspects of Islamic economics.

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