Publications: Islamic Economics

All Published Papers in Islamic Economics (IE) are listed below in reverse chronological order.  Related works & categorizations are:

Reverse Chronological Order List of Published Articles in Islamic Economics.

Logical Positivist Methodology and Islamic Economics: to appear in Proceedings of 2nd International Conference on Islamic Economics and Economies of Muslim Countries that Department of Economics, KENMS, IIUM, Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia is organizing during 29-30 January 2013

Redefining Islamic Economics: to appear in Proceedings of the workshop on “Basic Concepts and Thoughts in Islamic Economics” held in Istanbul during 1-3 March 2013. submitted to Ninth International Conference on Islamic Economics and Finance (ICIEF) to take place in Istanbul during 9-11 September 2013

Islamic Approaches to Fundamental Economic Problems, to appear in Oxford University Handbook on Islam and the Economy, eds. Kabir Hassan and Merwyn Lewis. 2013

Directions for Muslim Scholars in Social Sciences, to appear in Proceedings of Third Arab-Turkish Congress of Social Sciences, May 2013, Istanbul

Response to Comments on ‘Crisis in Islamic Economics’”. Rejoinder, Journal of King Abdulaziz University: Islamic Economics, 25: 2, p.227-250,(Sept.  2012)

Comments on “Crisis in Islamic Economics” by:

  1. Dr Muhammad Nejatullah Siddiqi,
  2. Dr. Seif I. Tag el-Din
  3. Dr. Masudul Alam Choudhury
  4. Dr. Shamim Siddiqui

Crisis in Islamic Economics: Diagnosis and Prescriptions,” Discussion Paper,Journal of King Abdulaziz University: Islamic Economics, 25: 1 ,(April/May 2012)

An Islamic Critique of Neoclassical Economics,” Pakistan Business Review, April 2012,

The Rise and Fall of the Market Economy,” Review of Islamic Economics, Vol. 14, No. 2, 2010, pp. 123–155

Scarcity: East and West,”  Journal of Islamic Economics, Banking and Finance,Vol. 6, No. 1, January – March 2010.

Islamic Economics: A Survey of the Literature,” Religion and Development, Working Paper 22, Univ. of Birmingham, 2008, Published in three parts:

Islamic Attitude towards Motives, Incentives of of Economic Agents and the Role of Information” entry in Encyclopedia,” Draft of Entry for Encyclopaedia of Islamic Economics,to appear. 27 Oct. 2009, revised 9 Dec. 2009

The Limits of Market Economy,” entry in Encyclopedia of Islamic Economics,to appear.

Origins of Western Social Science” Journal of Islamic Economics, Banking and Finance, vol 5, number 2, May-August 2009, p. 9-22

Corruption: Measuring the Unmeasurable,” (joint with Faiz-ur-Rahim) Humanomics, Vol 25, number 2, June 2009, p 117-126.

Critical Mission of the Muslim Economist,” La_Riba, JurnalEkonomi Islam, Vol 2, No. 1, Juli 2008, Universitas Islam, Indonesia, also in Pakistan Management Review, 2ndQtr. 2009

Experiences of IIIE:  1983-2007,” Conference Papers, The 7th International Conference in Islamic Economics: Thirty Years of Research in Islamic Economics, Jeddah: 1-3 April 2008, pp. 123-134

An Islamic Worldview: An Essential Component of an Islamic Education,” Lahore Journal of Policy Studies Vol. 1 No. 1, p95-106, June 2007.

Response to Comments on “Islamic Economics: Problems and Prospects,” Market Forces, Journal of Management, Informatics and TechnologyVol 2 No. 3 pp. 233-240, October 2006.

Comments on “Islamic Economics: Problems and Prospects”

  1. Senator Prof. Khursid Ahmad: Comments on IEPP
  2. Dr. Muhammad Nejatullah Siddiqi: Response to IEPP
  3. Dr. Javed Akbar Ansari: The Necessary Death of Islamic Economics

Islamic Economics: Problems and Prospects,” Market Forces, Journal of Management, Informatics and TechnologyVol 2 No. 1, pp. 46-53 April 2006

Response to Comments on Towards a New Paradigm for Economics,” Journal of King AbdulAziz University: Islamic Econ., Vol 20, No. 1,p. 73-82 (2007 AD/1428 AH)

Comments on Towards a New Paradigm for Economics (in JKAU: IE Vol 20, No. 1)
Comment by: Mohammad Nejatullah Siddiqi ………………….……………………………..….. 55
Comment by: Masudul Alam Choudhury ………………………….…………………………….. 57
Comment by: Seif, el-Din Tag el-Din …………………………….……..…………………….…. 59
Comment by: M. Fahim Khan …………………………………………………………………..… 65
Rejoinder: Asad Zaman ……………………………….…………………………………………..… 73

Towards a New Paradigm for Economics,” Journal of King AbdulAziz University: Islamic Econ., Vol. 18, No. 2, pp. 49-59 (2005 A.D/1426 A.H)

Interest and the Modern Economy,”    The Lahore Journal of Economics, Vol 6, No.1, p113-127, Jan-June 2001 also published in Islamic Economic Studies Vol. 8, No. 2, Muharram 1422H (April 2000) p 61-74

“Towards Foundations for an Islamic Theory of Consumer Behavior,” in Readings in Microeconomics: An Islamic Perspective, edited by Sayyid Tahir, Aidit Ghazali, and Syed Oman Syed Agil, Longman Malaysia, Kuala Lumpur, 1992.

Investment and Income distribution pattern under Musharka Finance: the uncertainty case,” (with ShameemSiddiqui) Pakistan Journal of Applied Economics,Vol. 8 No. 1, Summer 1989.

Investment and Income distribution pattern under Musharka Finance: the certainty case,” (with ShameemSiddiqui) Pakistan Journal of Applied Economics, Vol. 8 No. 1, Summer 1989.

Microfoundations for the Basic Needs Approach To Development: The Lexico-graphic Utility Function.”  Pakistan Journal of Applied Economics, Vol. 5, No. 1, pp. 1-11, 1986.