Paper presented to the International Seminar on Islamic Economics organised by I.I.I.E. at Islamabad, 6-10 July 1986. Traces the history of Islamic economics since the 1976 Makka Conference. The pace of publications has increased during these ten years. A number of bibliographies have appeared. There is a resurgence in Islamic banking. At least 7 research institutions are exclusively engaged in Islamic economics. A number of universities have started teaching Islamic economics. However, there are certain problems as well. Descriptive. For Muslim economists. Undocumented.