Are stocks and shares permitted? If we are not allowed to gamble, then why are we allowed to buy shares in the stock exchange? Read on to find out.
Who won the 2021 Nobel Memorial Prize in Economic Sciences? Read this article to find out how three great economists contributed to the field.
Ahmed Danyal Arif presents a 4-step breakdown of the history of the prohibition of interest (Riba) in Islam.
Capitalist Dissociative Identity Disorder: the battle between our two inner characters (inner capitalist/inner alternative) in the current economic order.
An interview with economist, Dániel Oláh on the history of economics and the Arab-Muslim scholar and 'stepfather of economics', Ibn Khaldun.
An Interview with Professor David Hawkes about the history of usury in Rennaisance England and its negative effects on a moral society.
University reader in Economics, Dr Iyer speaks to the Review of Religions about her research on the connection between religion and economics.
The logic of banking and finance was born out of a betrayal of the trust of depositors by goldsmiths. Have things progressed since?
An insight into the ongoing world of debt, its impact on people and nations, drawing uopn the Islamic point of view.
Part 2 of an interview with Dr. Farooq Mahmood, surrounding the financial system in Islam, being based around justice and equity.
Dr. Farooq Mahmood talks about the inherent flaws of the Western capitalist model and how the coronavirus pandemic has deepened the inequalities within it.
The new 'Economics' section of The Review of Religions will highlight global economic issues as well as alternatives to mainstream economic solutions.
A discussion on the downfalls of the constant desire for endless accumulation of wealth, and the perfect remedy for this according to Islam.
An exploration into the reasons behind the United Kingdom's current recession.
Al-Hafiz Yunus Omotayo, an Imam from Nigeria, explores how Islam offers practical approaches and measures to address the challenges of world hunger and lack of...