Islamic Economics in The World - Classical Islamic Economic Thought

Classical Islamic Economic Thought

To some degree, the early Muslims based their economic analyses on the Qur'an (such as opposition to riba, meaning usury or interest), and from sunnah, the sayings and doings of Muhammad.

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