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Ke Arah Integrasi Ekonomi Dunia Islam: Strategi Untuk menangani Kesan Globalisasi

M. Shabri Abd. Majid, and Nasir Azis, (2007) Ke Arah Integrasi Ekonomi Dunia Islam: Strategi Untuk menangani Kesan Globalisasi. Jurnal Syariah, 15 (1). pp. 55-76. ISSN 0128 - 6730

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Universiti Islam Antarabangsa Malaysia. Kuliyyah Ekonorni dan Sains Pengurusan
Universiti Kuala Syiah, Indonesia. Fakulti Ekonomi. labatan Pengurusan

Abstract

Globalization is a process of world nationalization. This process intends to establish a single world country under the authority of world federation government where its economic stability is controlled by world central bank. As a global and universal religion, Islam encourages its believers to act upon "together we develop" as strategy and "together we share the reward" as the ultimate aspirations in performing all daily activities, include countering the threats and gaining the advantages of globalization.
Islam is not a religion of anti globalization. The concept of "ummah al-wahidah " indicates that Muslim is united by the universal concept of Islamic brotherhood. To · integrate Islamic world economy, Muslim obliges to be united and co-operated to each other. The Muslim unity and co-operation have to be supported by a proper strategy to benefit the advantages and minimize the disadvantages of globalization. Confideance, trust, commitment, ethics and the way in which crises and difjiculties should be resolved among the Muslim countries is the key feature
of the success towards realizing total economic integration.

Item Type:Journal
Additional Information:Draft awal dari makalah ini telah dibentangkan pada International Seminar, Indonesia Malaysia on the Role and Harmonization of Economics and Business Disciplines in Global Competitiveness, Syiah Kuala University, Banda Aceh, Indonesia, 14-15 Oktober, 2002
Keywords:Globalization, Islamic perspective
Subjects:A General Works
H Social Sciences, Economics, Sociology
B Philosophy. Psychology. Religion, Islam
ID Code:7548

Draft awal dari makalah ini telah dibentangkan pada International Seminar, IndonesiaMalaysia on the Role and Harmonization of Economics and Business Disciplines in Global Competitiveness, Syiah Kuala University, Banda Aceh, Indonesia, 14-15 Oktober, 2002.

Universiti Islam Antarabangsa Malaysia. labatan Ekonomi, Kuliyyah Ekonorni dan Sains Pengurusan

Universiti Kuala Syiah, Indonesia. Fakulti Ekonomi.Jabatan Pengurusan

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