Ruslan Ruslan


This article uses historical, philosopical and legal approaches. It is historical for it traces
economic activities back to the time of prophet Adam until prophet Muhammad. It is at the same
time, philosopical and legal in nature because there are discussions on some Quranic precepts on
economy that need to be obliged. The four principles of Quranic economy are tauhid, balance,
free will and responsibility. Starting from tauhid, a Muslim believes that his prayers and devotions,
his life and death are only for Gods sake. With balance, it is expected that no inflation, economic
recession and depression occur. With free will and responsibility, economic actors are expected to
work hard and execute Gods mandates.

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