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Muhammad Anas Zarqa

Muhammad Anas Zarqa

Dr Zarka holds a Bachelors degree from Damascus University, and an MA and PhD (Economics) from the University of Pennsylvania, USA. He also received extensive tutoring from his late father, Sheikh Mustafa Zarka, a renowned Sharia scholar & author.

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Some Modem Means for the Finance and Investment of Awqaf

Stresses theneed for project appraisal of awqaƒ funds.Surveys some basic types of Islamic financing and investment with emphasis on those appropriate for awqaƒ projects: long-term lease (hikr), dual lease rights, purchase of a building on awqãf ...

Muhammad Anas Zarqa Yoksulluk- Sosyal Adalet 1987

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Islamic Distributive Schemes

Islamic Shari‘a has given a number of measures to distribute natural wealth such as collective ownership of public property, ihya al—mawat, ownership of mineral wealth, and free access to surplus water. There are also rules for distribution of ...

Muhammad Anas Zarqa İktisadi Düşünce 1986


Stability in an Interest-free Islamic Economy: A Note

Examination of S.N.H. Naqvi’s (Ethics and Economics 1981) thesis that an equity—based-Islamic economy would be highly. unstable. Argues that an Islamic economy would be more stable for four reasons; (i) investmenfleads to greater stability than ...

Muhammad Anas Zarqa İktisadi Düşünce 1983


Capital Allocation, Efficiency and Growth in an Interest-free Islamic Economy

A zero rate of interest can be achieved by moral persuasion or administrative fiat (though not by market equilibrium). It is feasible to allocate both real and financial capital by an Islamic interest-free market process. Such interest-free ...

Muhammad Anas Zarqa Büyüme/Kalkınma/Refah 1982