THREE DECADES of ISLAMIC ECONOMICS: ACHIEVEMENTS, SHORTCOMINGS & FUTURE AGENDAS

Andy Rio Wijaya, Raditya Sukmana

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Abstract


Islamic Economics has been reviving for the last three decades. OIC conference which was held in Mekkah
in 1976 marked the important starting point of its development. Governments in many countries, university
around the world and people in general have responded very positively on the coming of this new system.
This paper gives the short description of the historical background, and progress of the emergence of
Islamic Economics. During that time, achievements and shortcomings will be discussed and analyzed. At
the end of this paper, the authors provide some possible future approaches and agendas on several things
in order to ensure the future development of Islamic economics. The authors believe that although Islamic
economics has not reached the level of prominence as conventional economics yet, one day it would be able
to be the superior economics system and bring us to the golden period of Islam as it was before.
Keywords: Islamic Economics, Conventional Economics, Achievements, Shortcomings, Future
Approaches, Agendas

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