T ranslated from the French by B rian Pearce.
T ranslated from the French by B rian Pearce. A D iv isio n o f R a n d o m H ou se, N e w York. Includes bibliographical references. 1. Islam and economics.
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By: Rodinson, Maxime. Contributor(s): Pearce, Brian, 1915-. Material type: BookPublisher: London: Saqi Essentials,c. 007Description: 344p; 22cm. Subject(s): Economics - Religious aspects - Islam Islamic countries - Economic conditions Islamic countries Economic conditions Influence of IslamDDC classification: 33. 17671 Catalogued By: Mahitab.
Maxime Rodinson was a French Marxist historian, sociologist, and a professor at the renowned Ecole Pratique des Hautes Etudes in Paris.
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ISBN 10: 0292738161 ISBN 13: 9780292738164.
Maxime Rodinson looks at the facts, analysing ecomic texts with his customary common sense, to show that Muslims never had any trouble making money.
Saqi Books, 2007 - 344 sivua . Maxime Rodinson looks at the facts, analyzing economic texts with his customary common sense, to show that Muslims never had any problem making money. Maxime Rodinson was a French Marxist historian, sociologist, and a professor at the renowned École Pratique des Hautes Études in Paris.
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