Islamic economic though and the fight against crimes of economic growth

الفكر الاقتصادي الإسلامي ومكافحة جرائم النمو الاقتصادي / سيد شوربجي عبد المولى.

عبد المولى، سيد شوربجي ; Sayyed Shorabji Abdelmawla ([1992])


Multiple models of economic crimes has spread in the recent years, focusing mostly on financial crimes, which requires the Islamic state control of the capital on both spending and gaining levels by the role of truth and justice to reduce crimes of economic growth. The book aims to examine and analyze the ideas of Muslim scholars in the economical and financial affairs and to identify ways to combat crimes of economic growth, noting that the Islamic thought has a prominent role through economic policies that laid the foundations to control and avoid economical and social crimes. The book analyzes the role of fiscal policy in the fight against crimes of economic growth, where it discusses the fiscal policy and the problem of tax evasion, and presents a set of models of the Tax Justice in the First Islamic State and the control over the collection of state funds and the negative effects resulting from the excessive imposition of tolls, the book also deals with the topic of fiscal policy and the issue of unemployment and public spending and their impact on both social and economical aspects. The study then discusses the issue of markets monitoring and the achievement of price stabilization which are included in three points: the crime of commercial fraud, monopoly and price manipulation crimes. The book then discusses the role of the economic behavior of the members of the community in the fight against such crimes. The book then addresses the role of monetary policy in controlling speculation and amassment in money, counterfeiting, forgery and misappropriation of assets in the banking system, crimes of smuggling of capital and delay in payment of debts and loans granted by banks, and polices to achieve relative stability in the value of currency and prices. In conclusion, the book analyzes the role of the distribution policy in the fight against crimes of economic growth, highlighting policies of wages, labor market regulations, currency, interest rate and the equitable distribution aspects of Islam. It also addresses the role of planning and financial monitoring in the fight against crimes of economic growth.