READINGS ON ISLAMIC ECONOMICS II

 
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Lecturer

30 Kasım -1

17:00 - Satur

İLKE Merkez Bina

Economy; examines the behaviors of economic agents in the context of production, consumption and distribution activities and the resulting relationships. It is an undeniable fact that the processes of production, distribution, processing and consumption of the resources that Allah entrusts for the needs of mankind have been changed according to the structure of the society and the world view. In other words, every realm of imagination / worldview can have its own economic conception / paradigm and therefore its own economic system. When examined in depth, it will be readily noticed that Islam possesses a wealthy economic potential in terms of worldview, values ​​system, axioms and institutions. However, in the quest of creating an applied economic system, the operating principles and methodology of the system must be systematically established.
This course will focus on the definition of Islamic economics, the process of emergence, the foundations of the Qur'an and the Sunnah, the basic objectives, the solution proposals for existing economic problems, concepts and methodology. While focusing on these we will try to understand them through topics such as the orders and prohibitions of Almighty Allah related to economics, the economic practices of our Prophet, the economic structure of Asr-i Saadet, the economic considerations of Muslim scholars and why they are needed for Islamic economics.

Required Readings:

Mevdudi, E. A. (2014). İslam Ekonomisinin Temel İlkeleri. Çıra Yayınları
Kallek, C. (2015). Sosyal Servet. Klasik Yayınları.
Tabakoğlu, A. (2012). İslam İktisadına Giriş. Dergah Yayınları.
Mannan, M. A. (1970). İslam İktisadı: Teori ve Pratik. Fikir Yayınları.
Chapra, M. U. (2002). İslam ve İktisadi Kalkınma. Cantaş Yayınları.
Karadoğan, S. (2014). İslam Ekonomisi: Tanım ve Metodoloji Üzerine. İslam Ekonomisi Enstitüsü.

Week 11

Islam and Economic Development: Inadequacies and Problems of Existing Economic Systems

1. Chapra, M. U. (1992). İslam ve İktisadi Kalkınma (ss. 21-81). Çev. Adem Esen. Cantaş Yayınları. Yardımcı Kaynaklar:
2. Chapra, M. U. (1996). İslam İktisadı Nedir? İslami Araştırma ve Eğitim Enstitüsü(IRTI), İslam Kalkınma Bankası

Week 12

Islamic and Economic Development: Islamic Strategies and Solution Proposals

1.Chapra, M. U. (1992). İslam ve İktisadi Kalkınma (ss. 103-187). Çev. Adem Esen. Cantaş Yayınları.

Further Readings

1. Chapra, M. U. (1996). İslam İktisadı Nedir? İslami Araştırma ve Eğitim Enstitüsü(IRTI), İslam Kalkınma Bankası

Week 13

Islam and Economic Development: Economic Development from an Islamic Perspective

1. Ahmed, H. (1973). İslam'da İktisadi Kalkınma. Yılmaz, F. (Eds.) İslam Ekonomisi ve Sosyal Güvenlik Sistemi. Marifet Yayınları.

Further Readings

1. Chapra, M. U. (2013). İslam'ın Hedefleri Işığında İslami Kalkınma Vizyonu. Çev: Mustafa Yavuz Çakır, Adem Esen. İstanbul Sabahattin Zaim Üniversitesi.
2. Mirakhor, A. & Askari, H. (2010). Islam and the Path to Human and Economic Development. Palgrave Macmillian.

Week 14

Islamic Economy in the Integrity of Ethics and Economics: A Systematic Approach

1. Naqvi, S.N.H. (1978). İslam Ekonomisinin Ahlaki Temelleri. Karadoğan, S. (Eds.) İslam Ekonomisi: Tanım ve Metodoloji Üzerine. ss. 125-161. İslam Ekonomisi Enstitüsü.

Further Readings

1. Nakvi,.H. (1981). Ekonomi ve Ahlak. İnsan Yayınları.
2. Naqvi, S.N.H. (2010). Islam, Economics and Society. Routledge.
3. Naqvi, S.N.H. (2003). Perspectives on Morality and Human Well-Being. Islamic Foundation.
4. Mapara, H. S. (1999). A Critical Examination of the Ethics and Methodology of Syed Nawab Haider Naqvi's Islamic Economics.Insitute of Islamic Studies, McGill University, Montreal.

Week 15

Political / Moral Economics Approach to Islamic Economics: Basic Principles / Practices of Axioms and Methodology

1. Asutay, M. (2007). İslam Ekonomisine Politik İktisadi Bir Yaklaşım. Karadoğan, S. (Eds.) İslam Ekonomisi: Tanım ve Metodoloji Üzerine. ss. 165-190. İslam Ekonomisi Enstitüsü.

Further Readings

1. Choudhury, M. A. (2011). Islamic Economics and Finance: An Epistemological Inquiry. Emerald Group Publishing.
2. Iqbal, Z. (2007). Justice: Islamic & Western Perspectives. Islamic Foundation
3. Sirageldin, I. (2003). Elimination of Poverty: Challenges and Islamic Strategies. Islamic Economic Studies. Vol 8.

Week 16

Political / Moral Economics Approach to Islamic Economy: Islamic Development Approach

1. Asutay, M. & Zaman, N. (2009). Divergence Between Aspriations and Realities of Islamic Economics: A Political Economy Approach to Bridging the Divide. IIUM Journal of Economics and Management. International Islamic University Malaysia.

Further Readings

1. Choudhury, M. A. (2011). Islamic Economics and Finance: An Epistemological Inquiry. Emerald Group Publishing.
2. Iqbal, Z. (2007). Justice: Islamic & Western Perspectives. Islamic Foundation
3. Sirageldin, I. (2003). Elimination of Poverty: Challenges and Islamic Strategies. Islamic Economic Studies. Vol 8.

Week 17

On Islamic Economics Methodology I

1. Khan, M. A. (1987). İslam İktisadının Metodolojisi. Karadoğan, S. (Eds.) İslam Ekonomisi: Tanım ve Metodoloji Üzerine. Çev. İsa Yılmaz. ss. 99-123. İslam Ekonomisi Enstitüsü.

Further Readings

1. Addas, W. (2008). Methodology of Economics: Secular versus Islamic. International Islamic University Malaysia.
2. Khan, M. F. (2013). Theorizing Islamic Economics: Search for a Framework for Islamic Economic Analysis. Journal of King Abdul Aziz University Islamic Economics.
3. Friedman, M. (1966). The Methodology of Positive Economics. In Essays in Positive Economics. University of Chicago Press.

Week 18

On Islamic Economics Methodology II

1. Khan, M. A. (2014). İslam İktisadının Güncel Durumu ve Gelecekteki Araştırmaların Yönü. Karadoğan, S. (Eds.) İslam İktisat Düşüncesi: Gelişimi ve Geleceği. İslam Ekonomisi Enstitüsü.
2. Haneef, M. A., & Furqani, H. (2011). İslam İktisadının Metodolojisi: Mevcut Durum ve Gelecekteki Yönüne Genel Bir Bakış. Karadoğan, S. (Eds.) İslam İktisat Düşüncesi: Gelişimi ve Geleceği. İslam Ekonomisi Enstitüsü.
Further Readings

1. Addas, W. (2008). Methodology of Economics: Secular versus Islamic. International Islamic University Malaysia.
2. Khan, M. F. (2013). Theorizing Islamic Economics: Search for a Framework for Islamic Economic Analysis. Journal of King Abdul Aziz University Islamic Economics.
3. Friedman, M. (1966). The Methodology of Positive Economics. In Essays in Positive Economics. University of Chicago Press.

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