The recent decades have
witnessed a strong assertion of Islamic identity. One of its manifestations is
the insistence on the part of Muslims that all institutions of life should be
brought in conformity with Islamic principles. In this work, the author attempts
to spell out the Islamic principles on which business enterprise should be based
specially in the area of partnership. In this exercise, he displays a strikingly
acute awareness of Islamic laws on the subject. This, however, is matched by an
equally striking awareness of the forms of business organization in vogue in the
contemporary world. The work represents a serious scholarly effort to sort out
complicated questions such as those mentioned above, to enunciate Islamic
principles relative to business enterprise, and to apply them in the changed
context of present-day business.
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Imran Ahsan Khan Nyazee.
Associate Professor in the
Faculty of Shariah and Law, Islamabad. He obtained his law degree (L.L.B) from
Punjab University in 1969. In 1983, he was awarded a gold medal for his
performance in the L.L.M (Shariah) at the International Islamic University of
Michigan Law School, Ann Arbor, USA.
His published works include: Reviews