The modern relevance of Ibn Khaldun’s Economic Philosophy


“The modern relevance of Ibn Khaldun’s Economic Philosophy” by David Abramsky We read in the last issue of this journal that “many economists accept that the modern discipline of economics is not in a healthy state” (Lawson 2010, p. 1), and that there is “widespread dissatisfaction with [...] the way economics is taught” (Skidelsky 2010, … Continue reading The modern relevance of Ibn Khaldun’s Economic Philosophy