تاجرانہ اخلاق اورتاجروں کے لیے عوامی خدمت کے اصول: تجزیاتی وتحلیلی مطالعہ

Analytical study of business ethics and principels of public service for busnessmen

Authors

  • Qamar Aziz Doctoral Candidate, Qurtaba University of Science and Information Technology D. I Khan:
  • Dr. Abdulwahab Professor, Qurtaba University of Science and Information Technology D.I Khan.

Keywords:

Tijarat, business ethics, Islamic Jurispurdence

Abstract

Islam provides a complete code of life so that the followers of Islam can get all their needs from the grace of Islam.The worst need of human beings for survival of life is business and trade and this is the basic need of human being.Without which there is no solution. At the same time, this technology is traveling faster than the speed of light.Because of which strange changes are seen in the affairs every day. Online trading has changed the world trade.Today, a person seems to handle unlimited business in minutes. But despite this, the economy of the country is in a state of disarray. The poor are getting poorer. Even he is craving for bread. What is the reason? Isn't our moral depravity the main cause of this? While Prophet Muhammad ( SAW)  taught ethics to the traders. This is the reason why our morals are leading us to the path of sin instead of guidance. It is our tragedy that whenever we got a chance, we did not let negativity go out of hand. In the holy month of Ramadan, our prices start to touch the sky, we ignore our eternal rights and indulge in our whims. So again I have been given  the command to call to prayer.There is a need to revive commercial ethics.This thesis  explains the rules of islamic laws and regulations of commercial ethics.

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Published

05-06-2024

How to Cite

Qamar Aziz, & Dr. Abdulwahab. (2024). تاجرانہ اخلاق اورتاجروں کے لیے عوامی خدمت کے اصول: تجزیاتی وتحلیلی مطالعہ: Analytical study of business ethics and principels of public service for busnessmen. INKISHAF, 4(12), 63–86. Retrieved from https://inkishaf.org/index.php/home/article/view/427

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