Human Development With Dignity

A Book Review of Ataul Huq Pramanik by Anisah Musa Development in particular, economics development was one of the crucial goals sought by  most of the countries in the world. This kind of development was considered feasible merely by following the footsteps of the developed countries in terms of their values, culture, technology and aspirations.... Continue Reading →

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Development of OIC Compared to Non-OIC Countries

By Anisah Musa According to conventional development frameworks, there are three types; Human Development. Social Development Sustainable Development I decided to chose only one type of framework; the Human Development Framework. The main references that were used are: Human Development Index (HDI) Report 2016 and few indicators under Islamic Human Development Index (I-HDI) by Hendrie... Continue Reading →

Omar Khayyam’s Binomial Theorem

By Asiah Saiyidah INTRODUCTION Omar Khayyam was a scholar who is well-known as an intelligent poet, mathematician, philosopher, astronomer and physician. His full name is Ghiyath Al-Din Abu’l-Fatih ‘Umar Ibn Ibrahim al-Nisaburi al-Khayyami. He was born at Nishapur, Persia (now Iran) in year 1044 A.D. and died in 1123/24 A.D. He was named al-Khayyam, which... Continue Reading →

Konsumerisme dan Materialisme: Penjajahan Alaf Baru

Park Hae Jin, seorang artis tangkap leleh dari Korea Selatan merupakan pengumpul tegar kasut Nike. Beliau dikhabarkan mempunyai lebih daripada 1800 koleksi kasut Nike pada suatu masa. Imelda Marcos, bekas First Lady Filipina pula mempunyak koleksi kasut yang banyak iaitu sekitar 1200 pasang kasut dan sebahagian kasutnya itu kini berada di Muzium Kasut di Marikina.... Continue Reading →

Defining Neoclassical Economics: Stripping the Invisible Cloak off the Naked Emperor (Part 2)

By Akmal Zulkarnain The Second Meta-Axiom: Methodological Instrumentalism Before going deep into the discussion on this second meta-axiom, and before looking at the examples of theories from neoclassical body of thought that encapsulate this meta-axiom, we shall - to avoid confusion -  venture into its proper conceptualization. As Yanis Varoufakis and Christian Arnsperger (2006) put... Continue Reading →

Defining Neoclassical Economics: Stripping the Invisible Cloak Off the Naked Emperor (Part 1)

By Akmal Zulkarnain In recent years, there are these ever-growing calls from numerous parties – individuals, organizations, academic circles and the like – for an alternative towards the mainstream thinking in economics. With the emergence of popular websites like Evonomics.com, writings and criticism against the prevailing methods, analysis and practices of mainstream economists and financiers... Continue Reading →

Jepun Pemalas, Jerman Pencuri: Adakah budaya Masyarakat Penentu Pembangunan Ekonomi Atau Sebaliknya?

Oleh: Dini Nurhani Jepun Pemalas, Jerman Pencuri: Adakah budaya masyarakat penentu pembangunan ekonomi negara atau sebaliknya? Tidak ramai yang mengetahui hakikat bahawasanya Jepun suatu ketika dahulu (awal abad ke-20) digelar sebagai kaum yang pemalas, dan Jerman pula digelar sebagai kaum yang suka mencuri (sebelum pertengahan abad ke 19). Mereka dipanggil sedemikian sehinggakan sifat tersebut digelar... Continue Reading →

Permasalahan Sistem Perbankan Masakini

Oleh: Dini Nurhani Sebelum memulakan perbincangan tentang permasalahan sistem perbankan, terdapat beberapa pernyataan bagi mengelakkan kekeliruan konsep iaitu; Sistem Perbankan Islam (Islamic Banking- IB) adalah tidak sama dengan Sistem Kewangan Islam (Islamic Finance System - IF). Kritikan dalam penulisan ini bukan untuk IF tetapi hanya untuk IB sahaja. Islamic Banking (IB) Islamic Finance (IF) Tulisan... Continue Reading →

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