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Encuentro Internacional: Madrid, 3-5 de Noviembre 2006

Encuentro internacional sobre tradición y modernidad en el pensamiento económico árabe-musulmán: "La contribución de Ibn Jaldún"

 
 
 

  Ponencias

Ponencias en español

● 01. La logística de los ejércitos en la obra de: Ibn Jaldún.  PDF

José García Rodríguez.

● 02. Ibn Jaldún y los historiadores clásicos.  PDF

Juan Martos Quesada. Universidad Complutense de Madrid.

● 03. Ibn Jaldún y Ramón Llull: Una mirada universalista desde el Mediterráneo del s.XIV.  PDF

Francesc-Xavier Marín i Torné. Universidad Ramón Llull (Barcelona).

Ponencias en inglés y árabe

01. President IDB's speech.

02. Ibn Khaldun’s Theory of Taxation and Its Relevance Today.  PDF

Dr. Abdul Azim Islahi is Associate Professor in the Islamic Economics Research Center. King Abdulaziz University, Jeddah, KSA, E-address: aaislahi@hotmail.com

03. Ibn khaldun’s thought in microeconomics: dynamic of labor, demand-supply and prices.  PDF

Cecep Maskanul Hakim. Bank Indonesia, E-address: cecep_m@bi.go.id

04. Ibn Khaldun and Jane Addams: The Real Father of Sociology and the Mother of Social Works.  PDF

Faridah Hj Hassan. Faculty of Business Management Universiti Teknologi Mara, Malaysia , E-address: faridah387@salam.uitm.edu.my

05. Comparing Ibn Khaldun and the new institutional economics.  PDF

Haniza Khalid International Islamic University Malaysia. E-address: hanizamv@iiu.edu.my

06. Ibn Khaldun’s contribution on modern economics development: an analysis based on selected economic issues.  PDF

Irfan Syauqi Beik. Dept. of Economics, Bogor Agricultural University, Indonesia and PhD (Economics) candidate at the International Islamic University, Malaysia. (Malaysia). E-address: qibeiktop@yahoo.com

Laily Dwi Arsyianti Student of MSc (Finance) at the International Islamic University, Malaysia. (Malaysia) E-address: dwiarsyianti@yahoo.com

07. Ibnu Khaldun and the international trade.  PDF

Associate Prof. Dr. Ismail Ahmad is the Deputy Dean of Faculty of Business and Management, University Teknology MARA (UiTM), Shah Alam Malaysia. E-address: irnmnaa05@yahoo.com

Abdul Razak Mahmud is a Senior Academic Fellow at International Islamic University Malaysia, PhD Candidate with UiTM.

● 08. Ibn Khaldun And Adam Smith: contributions to the theory of the division of labor and modern economic thought.  PDF

James R. Bartkus, Ph.D. Southeastern Louisiana University. USA.

M. Kabir Hassan, Ph.D. University of New Orleans. USA.

● 09. Ibn Khaldun: the father of the division of labor.  PDF

Dr. Mohaned Talib Al-Hamdi Assistant Professor. Department of Economics and Finance. College of Business Administrations Gulf University for Science and Technology. Hawalli 32093. KUWAIT. E-address: alhamdi.m@gust.edu.kw

● 10. Economic thought of Ibn Khaldun (1332-1406 a.d.).  PDF

Salman Syed Ali. Islamic Research and Training Institute (IRTI) of the Islamic Development Bank (IDB), Jeddah. KSaudi Arabia. E-address: ssyedAli@isdb.org

● 11. Economic theory of Ibn Khaldun and rise and fall of nations.  PDF

Dr. Selim Cafer Karatas.

● 12. Ibn Khaldun’s theory of development: does it help explain the low performance of the present-day muslim world?  PDF

Dr. M. Umer Chapra. Research Adviser at the Islamic Research and Training Institute (IRTI) of the Islamic Development Bank (IDB) KSA. E-address: muchapra@isbd.org

● 13. The source of value and capital formation: Ibn Khaldun, Ricardo, and Marx – a comparison.  PDF

Zubair Hasan. Professor of Economics, Faculty of Economics and Management Sciences. International Islamic University, Malaysia. E-address: zubair@iiu.edu.my

Nurhafiza Abdul Kader.Malim, Department of Shari’ah and Economics, University of Malaya, Malaysia.

● 14. Ibn Khaldun’s new science and its contribution to the social sciences and risk management.  PDF

Zuriah Abdul Rahman. Universiti Teknologi MARA. E-address: zuriahabdul@hotmail.com

 

 
IRTI (miembro del Banco Islámico de Desarrollo)
Islamic Research
 & Training Institute
ISESCO
Fundación El Legado Andalusí
Comité Averroes (España-Marruecos)

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