Distributive Justice and Need Fulfilment in an Islamic Economy
International Institute of Islamic Economics, International Islamic University, 1986 - Distribution (Economic theory) - 378 pages
Containing some of the papers presented to the second International Conference on Islamic Economics held in Islamabad in 1983, this text reflects Muslim thinking on some of the most important economic issues of the late 20th century.
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