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AL-ASADI AND HIS WORK AL-TAYSIR: A study of his socio-economic ideas الأسدي و عمله التيسير: دراسة لأفكاره الاجتماعية الاقتصادية

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  • Abdul Azim Islahi

    () (Islamic Economics Institute King Abdulaziz University, Jeddah, Saudi Arabia)

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Muhammad bin Muhammad bin Khalil al-Asadi lived in A.H. 9th/ C.E. 15th century. The details of his birth, life and death remain obscure. He authored many works on the socio-economic problems of his time. All these works have disappeared without trace except one: al-Taysir (the Facilitation). This surviving work is the only source of information about his life and his ideas. He suggested efficient market administration, public distribution of food, elimination of monopolies, monetary reform, management of public income and expenditure, embryonic quantitative use in production and distribution, and measurement of inflation. The depth and significance of his ideas remains largely unexplored. The present paper attempts to address this need. محمد بن محمد بن خليل الأسدي عاش في القرن التاسع الهجري / س. القرن ال 15. تفاصيل ولادته ، والحياة والموت لا تزال غامضة. هو تأليف العديد من الأعمال حول المشاكل الاجتماعية والاقتصادية في عصره. الكل اختفت هذه المصنفات دون أثر واحد: التيسير تسهيل). هذا العمل الناجي هو المصدر الوحيد للمعلومات عن حياته وأفكاره. اقترح كفاءة السوق الإدارة والتوزيع العام للغذاء والقضاء على الاحتكارات ، الإصلاح النقدي وإدارة الإيرادات العامة والنفقات ، الاستخدام الكمي الجنيني في الإنتاج والتوزيع، و قياس التضخم. عمق وأهمية أفكاره لا يزال غير مستكشفة إلى حد كبير. تحاول هذه الورقة معالجة هذا بحاجة إلى.

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  • Abdul Azim Islahi, 2016. "AL-ASADI AND HIS WORK AL-TAYSIR: A study of his socio-economic ideas الأسدي و عمله التيسير: دراسة لأفكاره الاجتماعية الاقتصادية," Books published by the Islamic Economics Institute, KAAU., King Abdulaziz University, Islamic Economics Institute., edition 1, number 119, August.
  • Handle: RePEc:abd:kauieb:119
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    1. Abdul Azim Islahi, 2014. "History of Islamic Economic Thought," Books, Edward Elgar Publishing, number 16105.
    2. Islahi, Abdul Azim, 2009. "Muslim Economic Thinking and Institutions in the 10th AH/ 16th CE Century," MPRA Paper 75375, University Library of Munich, Germany, revised 2008.
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