Tag Archives: Environmental Economics

Questions in Islamic Economics: Connecting Spiritual Growth to Economic Theory

Saif Ali I recently read a status update on LinkedIn by a disappointed man who found himself in a shared taxi with two professional managers. He heard one of them complain to the other about the loss of productivity due … Continue reading

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Some Observations on User Cost of Capital

Salman Ahmed Shaikh Mainstream economics defines physical capital stock as things that are ‘produced means of production’. Examples of physical capital stock include machinery, tools, equipment, buildings, fixtures, infrastructure, installations and production plants, for instance. In a market economy, physical … Continue reading

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Islam and Environment Economics

Salman Ahmed Shaikh The Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) as successor to Millennium Development Goals (MDGs) represent a broader intergovernmental agreement to foster action on broad based development encompassing economic development, human development and environmental sustainability. There are at least 6 … Continue reading

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