English, Article edition: Social accounting in Islamic political economy Sofyan S. Harahap

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  • Social accounting in Islamic political economy
Author
  • Sofyan S. Harahap
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  • article
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  • Purpose – To explore the outer reaches of buying, selling, property rights in an Islamic context. Design/​methodology/​approach – Philosophical, applying legal analysis, critique to the work of Richard Epstein. Findings – That there are no exceptions to the general rule that, under full free enterprise, anything must be allowed to be purchased, sold or given away. Research limitations/​implications – To attain a system of laissez-faire capitalism, the law should be changed so as to recognize voluntary slave contracts. Practical implications – There would be very few or none in an advanced wealthy society. However, there might be some in the underdeveloped world. Originality/​value – It advances one's knowledge of the marketplace, law and contracts.
  • Islam, Political sociology, Social accounting
  • RePEc:eme:humpps:v:22:y:2006:i:1:p:34-46
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