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Islamic View on Scarcity of Resources

Maher Kababji Socialists claim that economic problems arise from the extraction of surplus value by the Capitalists in the production process. On the other hand, Capitalists urge that scarcity of resources is the basic economic problem which restricts output growth … Continue reading

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Islamic Texts on Consumption and Spending

Salman Ahmed Shaikh Islam has its own distinct worldview. The theistic concepts of Tawheed, Khilafah and Akhirah govern the Islamic way of life. The concept of Tawheed implies that all living and non-living things are created by Allah. The concept … Continue reading

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Intertemporal Consumption in Islamic Economic Framework

Salman Ahmed Shaikh A typical lifecycle pattern of humans shows that the need to consume basic necessities exists throughout the lifetime, while the capacity to earn incomes is present mostly during the working years of life. In childhood and old-age, … Continue reading

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Leveraging on Private Philanthropy in Pakistan for Establishing Waqf

Salman Ahmed Shaikh Importance of Social Finance in Pakistan The United Nations Development Programme in 2016 revealed that multi-dimensional poverty in Pakistan stands at 38.8%. Poor people usually depend on their incomes for consumption expenditure given the lack of other … Continue reading

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