It is the first systematic attempt at presenting in a comprehensive and analytical manner the economic values of Islam in respect of Consumption, Production, Distribution, Public Finance, Trade, Banking, Insurance, Planning and Development. The book also deals with the dynamics of Islamic laws and comparative economic systems like Capitalism, Socialism, etc. In this book, the author has ably advocated the founding of a Muslim World bank on the model of the I.B.R.D., suggested for setting up of a “People’s Zakat Trust,” and so on.
ISBN No. 969-432-162-X. 14 cm. x 21.5 cm. xii + 386 pp. (H.B)