The Concept of Production, Distribution, and Consumption in Islamic Economics

Rizky Maidan Ilmy

Abstract


During the last two decades, two economic ideologies which experienced world development namely socialism and capitalism were competing to prove their selves as the most rightful and the most potential in solving economical problems which was faced by people. Yet, both of them were judged failed to serve solutions in solving the main classic economic problem of people. Islamic Economy was introduced as the alternative in solving the problems. One of the idea from Islamic Economy ideologies is the concept of production, distribution, and consumption. The research methodology, which was used in the research was descriptive-qualitative method, the data collection was conducted through combining theories from different references. The research aims to acknowledge how the concept of production, distribution, and consumption in Islamic Economy works. The research findings includes: 1) the production concept in Islamic Economy should be based on three main basic aspect namely the aspect of belief, knowledge, and deed; 2) the production concept in Islamic Economy should be based on the basic principle of Islamic Economy namely individual freedom, social insurance, prohibition in accumulating wealth, and fair wealth distribution; 3) the concept of consumption in Islamic Economy to only fulfill daily needs not the wants.

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Production, Distribution, Consumption, and Islamic Economy

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