Main Article Content


A long period of development spanning more than a century has resulted in traditional economics becoming a highly developed and complex field of study. Finding solutions to existing socio-economic problems is the focus of this paper. The idea of Islamic economics is the central topic of this article. Because it is based on the teachings of the Qur'an and Hadith, the Islamic economic system has proven to be very successful in overcoming various socio-economic problems during the course of human history. In other words, if Islamic economics is used in the right way and in the right way, then one may anticipate many severe socioeconomic difficulties. In short, Islamic economics offers a solution to the problem of how to improve human life. so that no socio-economic problems will be recognized if Islamic economics is practiced in a proper manner. Therefore, Islamic economics focuses primarily on ideas and efforts to improve the general welfare of society. Consequently, Islamic economics is a solution to problems facing society as a whole.


Socio-economic Islamic economics solutions contemporary

Article Details


  1. Al-Ghazali, 1422 H. Al-Mustashfa min 'Ilm al-Ushul. Amiriyyah.
  2. Aydin, N. (2020). Paradigmatic foundation and moral axioms of ihsan ethics in Islamic economics and business. Journal of Islamic Accounting and Business Research. 11(2), 288-308.
  3. Asutay, M. (2007). A political economy approach to Islamic economics: Systemic understanding for an alternative economic system. Kyoto Bulletin of Islamic Area Studies, 1(2), 3-18.
  4. Bhuiyan, A. B., Ismail, A. G., Nor, M. Z. B., Ali, M. J., & Solaiman, M. (2020). The Islamic economics philosophy and application reality in the existing Islamic economic activities in the world. International Journal of Shari'ah and Corporate Governance Research, 3(2), 25-39.
  5. Chapra, M. U. (2016). The future of economics: An Islamic perspective. Kube Publishing Ltd.
  6. Furqani, H., Adnan, G., & Mulyany, R. (2020). Ethics in Islamic economics: microfoundations for an ethical endogeneity. International Journal of Ethics and Systems. 36(3), 449-463.
  7. Gwadabe, N. A. B., & Ab Rahman, A. (2020). The role of Islamic finance in mitigating the economic impact of COVID-19 towards the attainment of maqasid al shariah: A case study of waqf institutions in Kano State, Nigeria. The Journal of Muamalat and Islamic Finance Research.
  8. Handoko, L. H. (2020). Bibliometric analysis and visualization of Islamic economics and finance articles indexed in Scopus by Indonesian authors. Science Editing, 7(2), 169-176.
  9. Hasan, Abul & Sadeq, M. (1987). Economic Growth in an Islamic Economy, in Development and Finance in Islam. International Islamic University Press.
  10. Hasan, Z. (2016). Nature and significance of Islamic economics. Journal of Economic and Social Thought, 3(3), 400-416.
  11. Hines, M. (2020). Human gender development. Neuroscience & Biobehavioral Reviews, 118, 89-96.
  12., in 9 November 2021.
  13., in 10 November 2021.
  14. Ibrahim, M. H., & Alam, N. (2018). Islamic economics and Islamic finance in the world economy. The World Economy, 41(3), 668-673.
  15. Iskandar, A., Possumah, B. T., & Aqbar, K. (2021). Global Covid-19: What Islamic economic and finance can do? Indonesia experience. IJIBE (International Journal of Islamic Business Ethics), 6(2), 119-134.
  16. Ismail, N., & Muqorobin, A. (2017). Implementation of Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) On Islamic Banking: Maqasid Sy ariah’s Approach. Islamic Economics Journal, 3(1).
  17. Jaelani, A. (2017). Fiscal policy in Indonesia: Analysis of state budget 2017 in Islamic economic perspective. International Journal of Economics and Financial Issues, 7(5), 14-24.
  18. Jabeen, S., Haq, S., Jameel, A., Hussain, A., Asif, M., Hwang, J., & Jabeen, A. (2020). Impacts of rural women’s traditional economic activities on household economy: Changing economic contributions through empowered women in rural Pakistan. Sustainability, 12(7), 2731.
  19. Karim, A. A. (2018). Ekonomi Mikro Islam. Edisi Ketiga. PT. RajaGrafindo Persada.
  20. Khan, M. A. (2018). Methodology of Islamic economics from Islamic teachings to Islamic economics. Turkish Journal of Islamic Economics, 5(1), 35-61. 35-61
  21. Kunaifi, A., Rahman, F., & Dwiaryanti, R. (2021). The Philosophy and Authentication of Welfare Equalization in the Islamic Economy. Islamic Research, 4(2), 54-62.
  22. Mannan, M. A. (2014). Islamic Economics: Theory and Practice. Idarah-I AdabiyatI.
  23. Munrokhim, M., Suseno, P., & Hendrianto, M. B. (2008). Ekonomi Islam. Jakarta: Rajawali Pers.
  24. Peng, L. P. (2020). Understanding Human–Nature connections through landscape socialization. International Journal of Environmental Research and Public Health, 17(20), 7593.
  25. Pertadireja, (2016). Pengantar Ekonomika. Yogyakarta: BPFE.
  26. Rahman, A. (2016). Economic Doctrines of Islam. Terj. Doktrin Ekonomi Islam. Yoyakarta: Dana Bakti Wakaf.
  27. Shinkafi, A. A., & Ali, N. A. (2017). Contemporary Islamic economic studies on Maqasid Shari’ah: a systematic literature review. Humanomics, 33(3), 315-334.
  28. Siddiqi, M. N. (2016). Role of the State in the Economy: An Islamic Perspective. UK: The Islamic Foundation.
  29. Tahir, S., & Aidit Ghazali, S. O. S. A. (Eds.). (1992). Readings in Microeconomics: An Islamic Perspective. Longman.
  30. Valenzuela, S., Piña, M., & Ramírez, J. (2017). Behavioral effects of framing on social media users: How conflict, economic, human interest, and morality frames drive news sharing. Journal of communication, 67(5), 803-826.
  31. Zamman, H. (2014). Economics Function of an Islamic State. Leicester: The Islamic Foundation.
  32. Zarka, M. A., Khan, M. F., Ariffin, M. I., Salleh, M. S., Ismal, R., Alavi, R., ... & Kahf, M. (2018). Islamic economics: Principles and analysis. International Shari’ah Research Academy for Islamic Finance (ISRA).