Economic Corruption and Treatment, Perspectives of Islam and Capitalism (Comparison study)
Mohammed Al-Momani

This study aims at identifying the phenomenon of economic corruption, and how to treat it from the perspectives of both Islamic economy and Capitalism. To achieve this purpose, the researcher divides the study into three main topics. The first one deals with the concept of economic corruption, the second talks about the economic effects of the corruption, and the third focuses on the treatment of economic corruption in both Islamic economy and Capitalism. The researcher finds that the Islamic treatment of economic corruption is different from that of Capitalism. In Islamic economy, there are many ways to restrict and eliminate this phenomenon such as fighting usury (Alriba), money hoarding, and monopoly.

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