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  • Journal: Journal of Islamic Economic Studies,volume 06-1,pages43-70

This paper aims at analysing the relevance of the historical awqaf system for modern Islamic economies. The main argument focuses on the fact that the awqaf system has provided throughout Islamic history all the essential services at no cost to the state. Thus, a succes... View more
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