معاصر نظام ہائے معیشت میں تقسیم دولت کے تصورات کا تقابلی جائزہ
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|عنوان||معاصر نظام ہائے معیشت میں تقسیم دولت کے تصورات کا تقابلی جائزہ|
A Comparative Study of Distribution of Wealth in Contemporary Economic Systems
|یو آر آیل|
Distribution of Wealth, Capitalism, Communism, Islam, Comparative Analysis, Contemporary economic systems
|شکاگو 16||Zulqarnain، Muhammad۔ "معاصر نظام ہائے معیشت میں تقسیم دولت کے تصورات کا تقابلی جائزہ۔" البصیرۃ 6, شمارہ۔ 2 (2017)۔|
One of the core issues in contemporary economic trends is the fair and just distribution of wealth into the society. In this research, a comparative study of ‘distribution of wealth’ in Capitalism, Communism and Islam has been conducted. Qualitative research method is adopted for the analysis of data. The review of literature reveals that central ideas of Capitalism, Communism and Islam are ‘liberty’, ‘equality’ and ‘justice’ respectively. After evaluating the basic infrastructure, methodological framework and practical consequences of these three systems, it has been established that Capitalism and Communism have badly failed in maintaining fair distribution of wealth. Both (Capitalism and Communism) enhanced global inequality which could be assessed from the present economic condition of world as half the world’s wealth is now in the hands of just 1% of the population. On the other hand, Islam has ensured the just distribution of wealth by taking two revolutionary steps: by giving 18 compulsory and 6 optional commandments about circulation of wealth and by overruling all means of hoarding. Moreover, unlike Capitalism and Communism, Islam has given special instructions to distribute wealth among poor, disable, and helpless persons of society who are incapable of participating in the process of production. These measures promote peace and prosperity in society and reduce the ratio of poverty. In the light of above findings, it is concluded that only Islamic economic system can guarantee the just and fair distribution of wealth. It is, therefore, recommended that Islamic countries should implement the Islamic economic system in order to get rid of economic instability.