Departmant of Islamic Studies, QaemShahr Branch, Islamic Azad University, QaemShahr, Iran
Resistive economics based on Islamic teachings and motivational system is a subcategory of the Islamic Republic discursive literature that by formulating a scientific and expertized strategy and redefining existential philosophy of institutions and laws strengthens and repairs the existing time-worn and inefficient economic structures. But, the problem starts where this concept fails to have a clear theoretical model of Islamic faith in public opinions. The purpose of this research is to explore the concept of resistive economics with an emphasis on Islamic teachings. Since the base of the article is exploratory, it is made use of a descriptive-analytical method and documentary and library research technique for analysis of the texts pertaining to the Islamic teachings and through in-text exploration resistive economics is explained in light of the Islamic teachings. The findings of this study indicate that the key concepts of resistive economics based on the monotheistic worldview contained in Islamic teachings can be configured in the context of such concepts as excellence, prudence, justice, ownership, man's position in creation, and the tradition of diligence.
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