Individual consumption controls in the Islamic economy
CONTEMPORARY ISLAMIC STUDIENS MAGAZINE,
Volume 8, Issue 17, Pages 319-334
AbstractConsumption patterns vary from one economic system to another. This is the way in which the economic doctrine expresses its concept of needs and how to satisfy them in its various aspects. Therefore, the limits and limits of consumption differ from one system to the other, absolute and restricted.
The Islamic economy has been characterized by a moderation style between launch and restraint, in accordance with the provisions of Islamic law. Hence, the importance of the subject is derived from the need to highlight the pattern of consumption that distinguishes the Islamic economy from other economic systems, especially after the changes in recent consumption patterns.
The method of research depends on the method of extrapolation and comparison between the positive economy (capitalist and socialist) and the Islamic economy.
The research plan included: introduction, introduction, two papers, and a conclusion.
The introduction covered the importance of the subject, the research method, and the review of the research plan. The preamble included: definition of the subject language and terminology
And the first topic; addressing the principle of freedom of consumption in the positive economy. It contained four demands. The first deals with the freedom of consumption in the capitalist economy; the second guarantees freedom of consumption in the capitalist economy; the third deals with the freedom of consumption in the socialist economy; and the fourth examines consumption controls in the socialist economy.
The second topic deals with the theory of consumption in the Islamic economy in two ways. The first includes: the rules of consumer freedom in the Islamic economy; and secondly, addressing the determinants of consumer behavior in Islamic legislation.
The conclusion was a general comparison of consumption in the Islamic, capitalist and socialist economy.
The conclusion included the main findings of the research
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