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2021, vol. 10, br. 19, str. 1-14
Koncept održivog razvoja u islamskoj ekonomiji
Fakultet za islamske studije, Novi Pazar

e-adresaalmirpramenkovic@gmail.com
Ključne reči: Islam; ekonomija; islamska ekonomija; održivi razvoj; ciljevi Šerijata
Sažetak
Ovaj teskt predstavlja kratki uvod u važne pojmove koji se odnose na Islam. Također, tekst nudi pregled važnih razlika u modernoj islamskoj misli. U skladu s literaturom u ovom polju, razlikuju se tri škole mišljenja i istražuju elementi koji se razlikuju međusobno. Pored toga, tekst tretira islamsku ekonomiju istražujući njen razvoj kao akademsko polje studija i pruža pregled važnih pojmova i tema. Ovdje je primjetno kako je diferencijacija na tri škole moderne islamske misli relevantna za razumijevanje islamske ekonomije i određenih njenih kontroverznih pitanja. Tekst, osim toga, uvodi pojam 'održivi razvoj', istražuje razvoj pojma i uvodi važne pojmove koji se odnose na tu ideju. Posljedni dio teksta se bavi korelacijom između islamske ekonomije i održivog razvoja.
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DOI: 10.5937/EkoIzazov2119001P
primljen: 06.03.2021.
prihvaćen: 07.07.2021.
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