In economic activities there must be justice, fair game, morality, and that the main goal is to make people happy.
Malaysia (PRWEB) May 13, 2014
The global economy in this day and age has become a cut-throat affair that is in great need of a moral compass. And in the past decade, large companies have monopolized businesses all over the globe. In “Industrial Economics and Organisation”, Prof. Wan Sulaiman Bin Wan Yusoff has written a truly illuminating read on economics seen through an Islamic standpoint.
“Industrial Economics and Organisation” was written to compare the differences between conventional theory of economics and Islamic economics and to see the differences, advantage and disadvantage that go with it. It shows readers that in economic activities there must be justice, fair game, morality, and that the main goal is to make people happy. It also urges readers to never resort to false advertisement or any falsehood.
This illuminating read shows that Islamic economics needs to replace the conventional theory of economics as an alternative approach in order to solve the problem of mankind in the world economy today. "Industrial Economics and Organisation” is a truly comprehensive book on economics seen through an Islamic perspective.
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About the Author
Wan Sulaiman Bin Wan Yusoff is Associate Professor of Economics and Senior Researcher at the Islamic Economics Research Centre (IERC), King Abdul Aziz University (KAU), in Jeddah. In addition to teaching, supervising, and researching for a wide variety of courses and projects at IIUM, QU, and KAU, Prof. Wan has taught courses in Islamic economics as a part-time visiting professor for (postgraduate study) Pasca Sarjana Ekonomi Islam IAIAN, Medan, Universitas Sumatera Utara, Indonesia. Prof. Wan originally was from Pattani (southern part of Thailand) and immigrated to Kelantan, and he now resides in the area of Putra Jaya (3047, Jln. Mawar Puteh, Kg. Dato’ Abu Bakar Baginda, 43,000, Bandar Baru Bangi, Kajang Selangor (DE), Gate No. 1 Putra Jaya, Malaysia) with his wife and ten children, four of whom are sons, two daughters-in-law, and seven grandchildren. There are twenty-five family members altogether at the moment.
Industrial Economics and Organisation* by Prof. Dr. Wan Sulaiman Bin Wan Yusoff
Conventional and Islamic Perspectives
Publication Date: March 5, 2014
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