Author: M. Umer Chapra
Publisher: Islamic Foundation (UK)
Pages: 428 Binding: Paperback
Description from the publisher:
From among the leading economists of the Islamic World today, comes this timely work on how Muslim countries, in the midst of an Islamic revival, can formulate strategies to meet their economic goals while surrounded by economic systems based on a secularist worldview. Addressing the entire gamut of economic challenges, the author touches on the limits of capitalism, the retreat of socialism, crisis of the welfare state, economic restructuring, and invigorating of the Human Factor. A masterful synthesis of the economic issues of the day.