THE ISLAMIC ECONOMY AND THE MARKET
The spread of neoliberal policies and globalization of financial capitalism since 1980s has led to huge debt burdens on individuals, interest spirals through banks and a considerable increase in profits of financial institutions. Studies on the Islamic economy are also entering a new stage at a time when the influence of financial institutions is widening. Looking at the point reached in the last thirty years, it seems that the search for alternative systems has become an effort to exist in the contemporary system. The advent of financial expansion and interest-free banking has created a niche for Muslims who are now trying to create an economic system. To ensure that Islamic economic studies are resolved by limiting the field of finance from every direction and ensuring that the Islamic economy maintains its claim to be an alternative system of "Islamic Economy and Market". The book in your hand consists of a series of reports made by scholars from different countries of the world. The relationship between Islam and the market in the book is defined as the focal point and the possibility of a fair, humane and sustainable market model is discussed in the light of historical knowledge and current economic conditions.