IQTISADUNA Our Economics Vol. 2 Part 2

IQTISADUNA Our Economics Vol. 2 Part 2

IQTISADUNA Our Economics Vol. 2 Part 2

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جلد IQTISADUNA Our Economics Vol. 2 Part 2
Published by:
Sayyid Muhammad Baqir as-Sadr
Original Language:
23.5 × 16.5 cm

About this Book

This books are A scholarly and deductive discussion regarding the Economic system of Communism, its comparison with the Islamic economic system, and a discussion about and definition of the Islamic economic system.
In this Volume:
Characteristics of Islamic economics and analysis of its difference with the economics of Capitalism and Communism.
- Expert level discussion about all the economic issues from an Islam perspective in the sections of ownership by acquisition, ownership by hunting, revival of barren lands, usurping of tools of work, hiring of workers, farming and planting in a usurped land or with usurped seeds, chicken farming with usurped eggs, a worker who considers himself possessor of rights, muzāra‘ah (it is an agreement between the owner of land and the farmer, according to which the farmer cultivates the land and the produce is divided between the parties in an agreed upon ratio), musāqāt (it is a contract in which a person agrees with someone that for a specified time, the fruit-bearing trees owned by him, or those which are under his discretion, will be given to that person so that he cares, tends and waters them and in return, that person will have the right to take an agreed upon quantity of fruits), muḍārabah (a partnership where one partner invests and the other works with the investment and they share profit and loss in an agreed upon ratio), usury, ju‘ālah (a contract between two parties that gives specified compensation as a reward to the performer of a specific task), partnership, etc.
- Relationship of religion with production in Islam: the purpose of production, the relationship between production and distribution, about who a producer is [in Islamic perspective].
- Responsibility of the government with regards to the livelihood of the people and creating social equality and what extent of power does the government have for resolving economic problems.

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