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Learning and teaching of Islamic economics: conventional approach or Tawhidi methodology

Learning and teaching of Islamic economics: conventional approach or Tawhidi methodology This paper aims to discuss the methodology of mainstream Islamic economics and also gives an alternative approach which is yet not very much taught in the different academic institutions, i.e. Tawhidi methodology. From the curriculum of the different academic institutions and also from the literature, it is observed that mainstream Islamic economics is the imitation of the conventional economics and mainly neoclassical economics. Maqasid-i-Shari’ah is not matching with the Tawhidi one.Design/methodology/approachIt is based on the self-observations of the authors where they taught during their academic career.FindingsThis study found that the mainstream Islamic economics could not be able to solve the local and global issues because it is the replica of the conventional economics only there are some injunctions of Shari’ah.Research limitations/implicationsThis study gives the guideline to the student of Islamic economics that how they will be able to understand the methodology of Islamic economics and finance.Practical implicationsIt provides the guidance to the academicians and policymakers, especially those belonging to the Muslim countries.Social implicationsIt also provides the glimpses to the social scientist about the solutions of the social and economic issues at the local and global levels.Originality/valueIt is an original effort. http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png International Journal of Ethics and Systems Emerald Publishing

Learning and teaching of Islamic economics: conventional approach or Tawhidi methodology

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Publisher
Emerald Publishing
Copyright
© Emerald Publishing Limited
ISSN
2514-9369
DOI
10.1108/ijoes-12-2019-0191
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Abstract

This paper aims to discuss the methodology of mainstream Islamic economics and also gives an alternative approach which is yet not very much taught in the different academic institutions, i.e. Tawhidi methodology. From the curriculum of the different academic institutions and also from the literature, it is observed that mainstream Islamic economics is the imitation of the conventional economics and mainly neoclassical economics. Maqasid-i-Shari’ah is not matching with the Tawhidi one.Design/methodology/approachIt is based on the self-observations of the authors where they taught during their academic career.FindingsThis study found that the mainstream Islamic economics could not be able to solve the local and global issues because it is the replica of the conventional economics only there are some injunctions of Shari’ah.Research limitations/implicationsThis study gives the guideline to the student of Islamic economics that how they will be able to understand the methodology of Islamic economics and finance.Practical implicationsIt provides the guidance to the academicians and policymakers, especially those belonging to the Muslim countries.Social implicationsIt also provides the glimpses to the social scientist about the solutions of the social and economic issues at the local and global levels.Originality/valueIt is an original effort.

Journal

International Journal of Ethics and SystemsEmerald Publishing

Published: Feb 4, 2021

Keywords: Teaching; Learning; Tawhidi methodology; TSR; Islamic economics

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