Islamic Economics Methodology

Books

Kizilkaya, N. (Ed.). (2019). Methodology of Islamic Economics: Problems and Solutions. New York: Routledge.

Choudhury, M. A. (2019). Methodological Dimension of Islamic Economics. UK: World Scientific Publishing Company.

Choudhury, M. A. (2014). Tawhidi Epistemology and its Applications: Economics, Finance, Science, and Society. UK: Cambridge Scholars Publishing.

Addas, W. A. (2008). Methodology of economics: Secular Versus Islamic, Kuala Lumpur: International Islamic University of Malaysia Press.

Ahmed, H. (Ed.). (2002). Theoretical Foundations of Islamic Economics. Jeddah: Islamic Research and Training Institute, Islamic Development Bank.

Siddiqi, M. N. (1996). Teaching Economics in Islamic Perspective. Jeddah: Scientific Publishing Centre, King Abdul Aziz University.

Moten, A. R. & Bajulaiye-Shasi, M. O. K. (1990). Nature and Methodology of Islamic Economics, Kano: Bayero University.

Ghazali, A., & Omar, S. (1989). Readings in the Concept and Methodology of Islamic Economics. Petaling Jaya: Pelanduk Publication.

Papers

Khaleel F. & Avdukić, A. (2020) Exploring the Epistemology of Utility Function in Islamic Economics: Foundation of Islamic Finance. In Efendic V. (Eds.) Islamic Finance Practices (pp. 23 – 40). Palgrave Macmillan, Cham.

Rafikov, I., & Akhmetova, E. (2020). Methodology of Integrated Knowledge in Islamic Economics and Finance: Collective Ijtihad. ISRA International Journal of Islamic Finance, 12(1), 115 – 129.

Susamto, A. A. (2020). Toward a New Framework of Islamic Economic Analysis. American Journal of Islam and Society, 37(1-2), 103 – 123.

Al-Afandi, M. A. (2019). The Relation between Postulations of Behavioral and Traditional Economics with Reference to Islamic Economics. Journal of Social Studies, 25(3), 85 – 110.

Al-Saati, A. (2019). The Islamic Methodology for Islamic Economics Methods. Journal of King Abdulaziz University: Islamic Economics, 32(3), 137 – 150.

Azizy, S. H. (2019). The Ends of Islamic Economics from the Perspective of Homo Economicus and Homo Islamicus: A Critical Study. Adzkiya: Jurnal Hukum dan Ekonomi Syariah, 7(1), 1 – 19.

Cebeci, İ. (2019). Methodological Trends in Studies on Islamic Economics in Turkey: A Critical Evaluation. In N. Kizilkaya (Ed.), Methodology of Islamic Economics: Problems and Solutions, UK: Routledge.

El-Din, S. I. T. (2019). 8 The Maqasid-based Methodology of Islamic Economics. In N. Kizilkaya (Ed.), Methodology of Islamic Economics: Problems and Solutions, UK: Routledge.

El-Tayyab, M., & Malik, E. (2019). Methodology of the Revival of Islamic Economics: A Revisit. Journal of King Abdulaziz University: Islamic Economics, 32(3), 151 – 159.

Furqani, H., & Haneef, M. A. (2019). Usul Al-Iqtisad Approach in Developing the Foundations of Islamic Economics Discipline. In N. Kizilkaya (Ed.), Methodology of Islamic Economics: Problems and Solutions, UK: Routledge.

Hilmiyah, N., Possumah, B. T., & Shafiai, M. H. M. (2019). Tawhid and Shariah Economics: Positioning Tauhid as Philosophical Foundation of Shariah Economics. AL-FALAH: Journal of Islamic Economics, 4(2), 145 – 162.

Kahf, M. (2019). Islamic Economics Methodology and Fiqh. In N. Kizilkaya (Ed.), Methodology of Islamic Economics: Problems and Solutions, UK: Routledge.

Mahyudi, M. (2019). Islamic Economics as an Integrated Social Science: Novel Ideas on Its Foundations. In N. Kizilkaya (Ed.), Methodology of Islamic Economics: Problems and Solutions, UK: Routledge.

Nienhaus, V. (2019). The Reform Agenda of Mainstream Economics: Importance, Relevance, and Obstacles for Islamic Economics. Journal of King Abdulaziz University: Islamic Economics, 32(2), 89 – 97.

Reardon, J. (2019). Dialogue on Reform in Mainstream Economics and its Implications for the Islamic Economics Discipline. Journal of King Abdulaziz University: Islamic Economics, 32(2), 61 – 75.

Sadr, S. K. (2019). The Methodology of Islamic Economics. Iranian Economic Review, 23(4), 897 – 917.

Siddiqui, S. A. (2019). A Review of Methodological Issues in Conventional and Islamic Economics: A Methodology for Islamic Economics. In N. Kizilkaya (Ed.), Methodology of Islamic Economics: Problems and Solutions, UK: Routledge.

Zaman, A. (2019). The Methodology of Third-Generation Islamic Economics. Methodology of Islamic Economics: Problems and Solutions. In N. Kizilkaya (Ed.), Methodology of Islamic Economics: Problems and Solutions, UK: Routledge.

Asutay, M., & Yilmaz, I. (2018). Re-embedding Maqasid al-Shari’ah in the Essential Methodology of Islamic Economics. In M. T.  El-Mesawi (Ed.). Maqasid Al-Shari’ah: Explorations and Implications, Kuala Lumpur: Ilham Book Trust.

Aydin, N. (2018). Moral Economic Axioms, Preference Formation and Welfare in Islamic Economics and Business. Asian Journal of Business Ethics, 7(1), 21 – 36.

Barom, M. N. (2018). Conceptualizing a Unified Normative Framework for Social Responsibility in Islamic Economics. International Journal of Economics, Management and Accounting, 26(2), 329 – 363.

Cattelan, V. (2018). Theoretical Development and Shortages of Contemporary Islamic Economics Studies: Research Programmes and the Paradigm of Shared Prosperity. IKAM Reports No. 6.

Choudhury, M. A. (2018). Tawhidi Islamic Economics in Reference to the Methodology Arising from the Qurʾān and the Sunnah. ISRA International Journal of Islamic Finance, 10(2), 263 – 276.

Diab, M., & Boubechiche, S. (2018). The Material Interpretation of the Quran: A Critique of Two Methodological Trends in Islamic Economics. Journal of Social Sciences and Humanities, 7(14), 887 – 909.

Furqani, H. (2018). Worldview and the Construction of Economics Secular and Islamic Tradition. Tsaqafah: Jurnal Peradaban Islam, 14(1), 1 – 24.

Hasan, Z. (2018). Methodology of Islamic Economics: Is the Subject Worth Discussing? In N. Kizilkaya (Ed.), Methodology of Islamic Economics: Problems and Solutions, UK: Routledge.

Mahyudi, M., & Abdul Aziz, E. (2018). Method and Substance of Islamic Economics Revisited. Journal of King Abdulaziz University: Islamic Economics, 31(2), 33 – 50.

Muhammad, M. Z., Rosdi, M. S. M., Abdullah, A., & Muhamad, N. H. N. (2018). Re-Evaluation on Assumptions in Islamic Economics: A Preliminary Study. International Journal of Academic Research in Business and Social Sciences, 8(10), 162 – 173.

Naser, M. W. (2018). Theology and Ethics in Adam Smith: A Case for Islamic Economics. Intellectual Discourse, 26(2), 309 – 332.

Sobhani, S. S. A., & Sobhani, H. (2018). The Conventional Economics Methodology and the Postulates Selection Problem: An Alternative Approach in Islamic Economics, Journal of Islamic Economic Studies, 10(2), 55 – 76.

Gattoo, M. H., & Gattoo, M. H. (2017). Modern Economics and the Islamic Alternative: Disciplinary Evolution and Current Crisis. International Journal of Economics, Management and Accounting, 25(2), 173 – 203.

Khan, M. (2017). Methodology of Islamic Economics: From Islamic Teachings to Islamic Economics. TUJISE, 5(1), 35 – 61.

Mahyudi, M., & Aziz, E. A. (2017). Rethinking the Structure of Islamic Economics Science: The Universal Man Imperative. International Journal of Economics, Management and Accounting, 25(2), 227 – 251.

Maulidizen, A. (2017). Methodology of Islamic Economics: An Analysis Comparison. Islamiconomic: Jurnul Ekonomi Islam, 8(1), 1 – 18.

Tahir, S. (2017). Islamic Economics and Prospects for Theoretical and Empirical Research. Journal of King Abdulaziz University: Islamic Economics, 30(1), 3 – 20.

Ahmad, I. P. (2016). Evaluating Modern Scientific Methodology with Islamic Worldview: Humanizing Science through Engaging Islamic Ethics. Journal of Education and Social Sciences, 4(2), 128 – 132.

Al-Daghistani, S. (2016). Semiotics of Islamic Law, Maṣlaḥa, and Islamic Economic Thought. International Journal for the Semiotics of Law, 29(2), 389 – 404.

Choudhury, M. A. (2016). The Tawhidi Methodology with Implications on Islamic Economics as an Embedded Socio-scientific System: Contra-Islamic Neoclassical Reasoning. In God-Conscious Organization and the Islamic Social Economy (pp. 70-91), UK: Routledge.

Furqani, H. (2016). Developing Islamic Economics as a Body of Knowledge: Issues and Challenges. Islamiconomic: Jurnal Ekonomi Islam, 7(2), 165 – 182.

Hasan, Z. (2016). Evolution of Islamic Economics: Definition, Nature, Methodology, Problems and Challenges. ISRA International Journal of Islamic Finance, 8(2), 9 – 25.

Ismail, N. (2016). Scrutinizing the Epistemology of Islamic Economics: A Historical Analysis. TSAQAFAH, 12(1), 19 – 46.

Khan, M. A. (2016). Methodology for Theory Building in Islamic Economics: Some More Examples of Hypotheses. Journal of Islamic Economics, Banking and Finance, 10(2), 11 – 37.

Mahomedy, A. C. (2016). The Disintegrating Force of Rationalism on Economics: What it Means for Islamic Economics, ERSA Working Paper No. 611, Economic Research Southern Africa.

Mahomedy, A. C. (2016). When Economics Neglected Epistemics: How Islamic Economics was Implicated, SAEF Working Paper No. 2016/01/14. University of KwaZulu-Natal.

Mahyudi, M. (2016). Rethinking the Concept of Economic Man and its Relevance to the Future of Islamic Economics. Intellectual Discourse, 24(1), 111 – 132.

Musari, K. & Simanjuntak, R. (2016). Conceptual Framework on the Methodology of Islamic Economics: An Alternative Approach Based on Existing Models. In Iqbal, Muhammad et al. (Eds.). (2016). In Search Of Islamic Research Methodology (pp. 87 – 102). Jember: Jember University Press.

Nazari, H. A. (2016). The Origin of Scientific Theorization in Islamic Economics: An Institutional Perspective. Quarterly Journal of Applied Theories of Economics, 3(2), 137 – 158.

Rafiei Atani, A. (2016). Coordination of Methodology and Subject in Economics: A Philosophical Approach for Islamic Economics. Quarterly Journal of Applied Theories of Economics, 2(4), 169 – 197.

Furqani, H. & Haneef, M. A. (2015). Methodology of Islamic Economics: Typology of Current Practices, Evaluation and Way Forward. In H. A. El-Karanshawy et al. (Eds.), Islamic Economic: Theory, Policy and Social Justice. Doha, Qatar: Bloomsbury Qatar Foundation.

Furqani, H. (2015). Foundational Challenges in the Construction of an Islamic Economics Discipline. International Journal of Pluralism and Economics Education, 6(4), 324 – 339.

Furqani, H. (2015). Individual and Society in an Islamic Ethical Framework: Exploring Key Terminologies and the Micro-foundations of Islamic Economics. Humanomics, 31(1), 74 – 87.

Furqani, H. (2015). The Discipline in the Making: Appraising the Progress of Islamic Economics. Journal of Islamic Monetary Economics and Finance, 1(1), 1 – 23.

Kizilkaya, N. (2015). Introduction: Some Considerations on the Methodology of Islamic Economics Studies. In Taha Egri & Necmettin Kizilkaya (Eds.), Islamic Economics: Basic Concepts, New Thinking and Future Directions (pp. 1-10). Newcastle, UK: Cambridge Scholars Publishing.

Mahyudi, M. (2015). ‘True Man’: The True Economic Man for Islamic Economics. Global Journal Al-Thaqafah, 5(2), 63 – 72.

Ahmed, H. (2014). Analytical Tools of Islamic Economics: Choice and the Equi-Marginal Principle. In M. K. Hassan & M. K. Lewis (Eds.) Handbook on Islam and Economic Life, London: Edward Elgar Publishing.

Khan, M. (2014). Methodology for Theory Building in Islamic Economics. Journal of Islamic Economics, Banking and Finance, 10(2), 11 – 37.

Khan, M. A. (2014). Reconstruction of Economics Based on the Paradigm of Tawhid: Present Challenges and Future Prospects. Journal of Islamic Economics, Banking and Finance, 10(1), 10 – 31.

Sholihin, M. S. M. (2014). Positivism or Normativism Economics: An Appraisal toward Islamic Economics Methodology. Turast: Jurnal Penelitian Dan Pengabdian, 2(2), 131 – 151.

Siddiqi, M. N. (2014). Methodology of Islamic Economics. In Handbook on Islam and Economic Life. UK: Edward Elgar Publishing.

Zaman, A. (2014). Islam versus Economics. In M. K. Hassan & M. K. Lewis (Eds.) Handbook on Islam and Economic Life, London: Edward Elgar Publishing.

Al-Jarhi, M. A. (2013). Gaps in the Theory and Practice of Islamic Economics. Journal of King Abdulaziz University: Islamic Economics, 26(1), 237 – 248.

Al-Saati, A. (2013). Diagnosing the Crisis in Methodology of Islamic Economics. Journal of King Abdulaziz University: Islamic Economics, 26(1), 3 – 38.

Aydin, N. (2013). Redefining Islamic Economics as a New Economic Paradigm. Islamic Economic Studies, 21(1), 1-34.

Furqani, H., & Haneef, M. A. (2013). Theory Appraisal in Islamic Economic Methodology: Purposes and Criteria. Humanomics, 28(4), 270 – 284.

Khan, M. F. (2013). Theorizing Islamic Economics: Search for a Framework for Islamic Economic Analysis. Journal of King Abdulaziz University: Islamic Economics, 26(1), 203 – 236.

Mahomedy, A. C. (2013). Islamic Economics: Still in Search of an Identity. International Journal of Social Economics, 40(6), 556 – 578.

Mariyani, E. (2013). Tensions in Islamic Economics. Trikonomika, 12(1), 1 – 19.

Nienhaus, V. (2013). Method and Substance of Islamic Economics: Moving Where?, Journal of King Abdulaziz University: Islamic Economics, 26(1), 169 – 202.

Yaş, M. (2013). Methodological Discussion on the Subject of Islamic Economics. Afro Eurasian Studies, 2(1-2), 204 – 214.

Yousri, A. R. (2013). Comments on ‘Theorizing Islamic Economics: Search for a Framework for Islamic Economic Analysis’ by Khan, M. F., Journal of King Abdul Aziz University: Islamic Economics, 26(1), 269 – 277.

Zaman, A. (2013). Logical Positivism and Islamic Economics. International Journal of Economics, Management and Accounting, 21(2), 1 – 18.

Choudhury, M. A. (2012). The “Impossibility Theorems” of Islamic Economics. International Journal of Islamic and Middle Eastern Finance and Management, 5(3), 179 – 202.

Choudhury, M. A. (2012). The Methodology of Islamic Economic and Socio-Scientific Inquiry, Biddle, J.E. and Emmett, R.B. (Ed.) Research in the History of Economic Thought and Methodology: A Research Annual (Vol. 30 Part 1), Emerald Group Publishing Limited, Bingley, pp. 59 – 100.

Possumah, B. T., & Ismail, A. G. (2012). Journey to Islamic Economic Methodology, Selected Issues In Its Building Process, International Journal on Social Science, Economics and Art, 2(2), 6 – 12.

Al-Saati, A. A. (2011). The Modern Quranic Methodology for Islamic Economy. Journal of King Abdulaziz University: Islamic Economics, 24(1), 57 – 92.

Belabes, A. S. (2011). Scarcity, Self-interest and Maximization from Islamic Angle: A Methodological Discussion of Zubair Hasan’s Paper. Journal of King Abdulaziz University: Islamic Economics, 24(2), 109 – 122.

Choudhury, M. A. (2011). A Critique of Economic Theory and Modelling: A Meta-Epistemological General-system Model of Islamic Economics. Social Epistemology, 25(4), 423 – 446.

Farooq, M. O. (2011). Self-interest, Homo Islamicus and Some Behavioral Assumptions in Islamic Economics and Finance. International Journal of Excellence in Islamic Banking and Finance, 1(1), 52 – 79.

Haneef, M. A., & Furqani, H. (2011). Methodology of Islamic Economics: Overview of Present State and Future Direction. International Journal of Economics, Management and Accounting, 19(1), 1 – 26.

Haneef, M. A., & Furqani, H. (2011). Methodology of Islamic Economics: Overview of Present State and Future Direction. International Journal of Economics, Management and Accounting, 19(1), 1 – 25.

Salleh, M. S. (2011, December). Islamic Economics Revisited: Re-contemplating Unresolved Structure and Assumptions. In 8th International Conference on Islamic Economics and Finance. Doha, Qatar (pp. 19 – 21).

Aqa, N. H. (2010). Martyr Sadr’s Methodology of Forming Islamic Economics. Methodology of Social Sciences and Humanities, 15, 51 – 61.

Azid, T. (2010). Anthology of Islamic Economics: Review of Some Basic Issues. Review of Islamic Economics, 13(2), 165 – 194.

Heshmati, M. H. (2010). Interdisciplinary Method in Islamic Economics Research and Education. Iranian Journal of Cultural Research, 2(3), 191 – 213.

Ahmed, H. (2009). The Methodology of Islamic Economics. In M. N. Siddiqi (Ed.), Encyclopaedia of Islamic Economics, Principles, Definitions & Methodology (pp. 177 – 185), London: Encyclopaedia of Islamic Economics.

Farooq, M. O. (2009). On Overstretched Critique and Mathematization of Islamic Economics. Journal of King Abdulaziz University in Islamic Economics, 22(2), 83 – 89.

Haneef, M. A., & Furqani, H. (2009). Contemporary Islamic Economics: The Missing Dimension of Genuine Islamization. Thoughts on Economics, 19(4), 29 – 48.

Hasan, Z. (2009). Scarcity, Self-interest, and Maximization from Islamic Angle. Jeddah: Islamic Research and Training Institute, Islamic Development Bank.

Al-Suwailem, S. I. (2008). Islamic Economics in a Complex World: Explorations in Agent-based Simulation (No. 238). Jeddah: The Islamic Research and Teaching Institute (IRTI).

Saleem, M. Y. (2008). Methods and Methodologies in Fiqh and Islamic Economics, Review of Islamic Economics, 14(1), 103 – 123.

Siddiqi, M. N. (2008). Obstacles of Research in Islamic Economics, Journal of King Abdul Aziz University: Islamic Economics, 21(2), 81 – 93.

Asutay, M. (2007). A Political Economy Approach to Islamic Economics: Systemic Understanding for an Alternative Economic System. Kyoto Bulletin of Islamic Area Studies, 1(2), 3 – 18.

Alatas, S. F. (2006). Islam and the Science of Economics. In I. M. Abu-Rabi (Ed.), The Blackwell Companion to Contemporary Islamic Thought (pp. 587 – 606). Malden: Blackwell.

Kahf, M. (2006). Definition and Methodology of Islamic Economics Based on the Views of Imam Al Sadr. In International Conference on Imam Sadr’s Economic Thoughts. Qum, Islamic Republic of Iran.

Yussofi, A. A. (2006). The Methodologies of in Discovering the Teachings of Islamic Economics, Eghtesad-e-Islami, 6(22), 147 – 176.

Haneef, M. A. (2005). Can There Be An Economics Based on Religion? The Case of Islamic Economics. Post-Autistic Economics Review, 34(3), 41 – 52.

Zaman, A. (2005). Towards a New Paradigm for Economics. Journal of Islamic Economics, 18(2), 49 – 59.

Al-Hattab, K. T. M. (2003). Research Methodology of Islamic Economics and Its Relation to Shariah Text. Journal of King AbdulAziz University, Islamic Economics, 16(2), 3 – 40.

Kahf, M. (2003). Islamic Economics: Notes on Definition and Methodology. Review of Islamic Economics, 13(1), 23 – 48.

Zarqa, M. (2003). Islamization of Economics: The Concept and Methodology. Journal of King Abdulaziz University: Islamic Economics, 16(1), 3 – 42.

Ahmed, A. R. Y. (2002). Scientific Approach to Islamic Economics: Its Philosophy, Theoretical Construction and Applicability. In H. Ahmed (Ed.), Theoretical Foundations of Islamic Economics (pp. 20 – 60), Jeddah: Islamic Research and Training Institute, Islamic Development Bank.

Ahmed, H. (2002). Analytical Tools of Islamic Economics: A Modified Marginalist Approach. In H. Ahmed (Ed.), Theoretical Foundations of Islamic Economics (pp. 123 – 143), Jeddah: Islamic Research and Training Institute, Islamic Development Bank.

Hamdani, S. N. H., Ahmad, E., & Inayat, N. (2002). Towards Divine Economics: Some Testable Propositions [With Comments]. The Pakistan Development Review, 41(4), 609 – 626.

Hasan, Z. (2002). Maximisation Postulates and their Efficacy for Islamic Economics, American Journal of Islamic Social Sciences, 9(1), 95 – 118.

Khan, M. F. (2002). Fiqh Foundations of the Theory of Islamic Economics: A Survey of Selected Contemporary Writings on Economics Relevant Subjects of Fiqh. In H. Ahmed (Ed.), Theoretical Foundations of Islamic Economics (pp. 61 – 86), Jeddah: Islamic Research and Training Institute, Islamic Development Bank.

Siddiqi, S. A. (2001). A Suggested Methodology for the Political Economy of Islam. Journal of King Abdulaziz University: Islamic Economics, 13(1), 3 – 27.

Faridi, F. R. (1999). Islamic Research Methodology: Some Reflections. In M. Muqim (Ed.), Research Methodology in Islamic Perspective, Kuala Lumpur: Synergy Book International.

Hasan, Z. (1998). Islamization of Knowledge in Economics: Issues and Agenda, IIUM Journal of Economics and Management, 6(2), 1 – 40.

Haneef, M. A. (1997). Islam, the Islamic Worldview, and Islamic Economics. IIUM Journal of Economics and Management, 5(1), 39 – 65.

Safi, L. (1993). The Quest for Islamic Methodology: The Islamization of Knowledge Project in its Second Decade. American Journal of Islamic Social Sciences, 10(1), 361 – 386.

Haque, Z., Ahmad, R., & Ahmed, R. (1992). Nature and Methodology of Islamic Economics: An Appraisal [with Comments]. The Pakistan Development Review, 31(4), 1065 – 1075.

Zarqa, M. A. (1992). Methodology of Islamic Economics. In A. Ahmad & K. R. Awan (Eds.), Lectures on Islamic Economics, Jeddah: Islamic Research and Training Institute, Islamic Development Bank.

Rashid, S. (1991). An Agenda for Muslim Economists: A Historico-inductive Approach. Journal of King Abdulaziz University: Islamic Economics, 3(1), 45 – 54.

Anwar, M. (1990). Islamic Economic Methodology. Journal of Objectives Studies, 2(1), 28 – 46.

Choudhury, M. A. (1990). Islamic Economics as a Social Science. International Journal of Social Economics, 17(6), 35 – 59.

Choudhury, M. A. (1990). The Humanomic Structure of Islamic Economic Theory: A Critical Review of Literature in Normative and Positive Economics. Journal of King Abdulaziz University: Islamic Economics, 2(1), 47 – 65.

Nienhaus, V. (1989). Epistemology, Methodology and Economic Policy: Some Thoughts on Mainstream, Austrian and Islamic Economics. Humanomics, 5(1), 91 – 112.

Zarqa, M. A. (1989). Islamic Economics: An Approach to Human Welfare In, A. Ghazali & S. Omar (Eds.) Reading in the Concept and Methodology of Islamic Economics, Petaling Jaya: Pelanduk Publication.

Gusau, S. A. (1988). The Nature and Methodology of Islamic Economics. In R. I. Molla, A. R. Moten, S. A. Gusau and A. A. Gwandu (Eds.), Frontiers and Mechanics of Islamic Economics, Nigeria: University of Sokoto.

Arif, M. (1987). The Islamization of Knowledge and Some Methodological Issues in Paradigm Building: The General Case of Social Science with a Special Focus on Economics. American Journal of Islamic Social Sciences, 4(1), 51 – 72.

Khan, M. A. (1987). Methodology of Islamic Economics. Journal of Islamic Economics, 1(1), 17 – 33.

Choudhury, M. A. (1986). Micro-economic Foundations of Islamic Economics: A Study in Social Economics. American Journal of Islamic Social Sciences, 3(2), 231 – 245.

Khan, S. R. (1985). Islamic Economics: A Note on Methodology. Journal of Research in Islamic Economics, 2(2), 75 – 77.

Shafey, E. (1984). M. A. Mannan, Islamic Economics as a Social Science: Some Methodological Issues. Journal of King Abdulaziz University: Islamic Economics, 2(1), 49 – 50.

Mannan, M. A. (1983). Islamic Economics as a Social Science: Some Methodological Issues. Journal of Research in Islamic Economics, 1(1): 41 – 50.