Comparative Economic Theory: Occidental and Islamic Perspectives
seeks first to elucidate the nature and methodology of Islamic
political economy as a process-oriented social economy guided by
its cardinal epistemology of Oneness of God (Divine Unity). From
this premise is then derived the episteme of unification of
knowledge upon which is developed the methodological content of an
extremely interactive, integrative and revolutionary world-view of
political economy and a meta-theory of the socio-scientific order.
Secondly, while laying out the building blocks of Islamic political
economy and its much wider methodological implication for the
socio-scientific order, this book offers a comparative study of
occidental thought in the same areas. Thirdly, topics of
microeconomics and macroeconomic theory are covered. This book
concludes with chapters on methodology and an analytical postscript
to show how the interactive, integrative and evolutionary
world-view of knowledge-induced systems described by the Islamic
political economy presents new visions of scientific thinking.
|Country of origin:
Masudul Alam Choudhury
||235 x 155 x 22mm (L x W x T)
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Economic theory & philosophy
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