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Kontribusi Sarjana Muslim bagi Peradaban Eropa: Melacak Akar Sejarah dan Perkembangan Ekonomi

Muslim Scholars Contribution for European Civilization: The Roots of History and Economic Development Tracing

Aan Jaelani ()

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Abstract: The development of economic thought in the Islamic tradition started since the beginning of the first century of the Hijrah. This period is a time when the scientific works about how to achieve economic progress and strengthen the country through foreign trade intangibles movements in the West, known as mercantilism in the economic literature. At this stage of history, after the transmission of Greek ideas, the Muslim scholars to innovate and enrich life interpretations of thought in the world at large, then gradually those ideas into decline and forgotten in history. However, these ideas are not recognized by Western scholars, resulting in a missing link that led to the "great gap" in the history of the world economy.

Keywords: economics mainstream; Islamic economics; economic thought (search for similar items in EconPapers)
JEL-codes: A2 A23 B0 B1 B11 B15 B5 I2 I3 I38 N0 N01 N1 N10 N2 N20 N23 N25 N3 N4 P0 P5 Z0 Z11 Z12 (search for similar items in EconPapers)
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Date: 2015-12-01, Revised 2015-12-10
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Published in Festival & Seminar Tahunan Seni & Peradaban Tingkat Internasional Menuju Perdamaian Dunia Melalui Islam Berkemajuan Mencerahkan Keadaban Bangsa-bangsa.1(2016): pp. 1-28

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