Interrelated Religion And Economics: What The Economists Think?


  • Abdul Ghafar Ismail
  • Muhammad Hasbi Zaenal


interfaith, economics and religion, economist, secularization, economics pespective


The relationships between religion and economics are both complex and controversial. This study to organizing those relationships. In fact, world economy today had been away from the faith is called the Secularization, this causes human economy is no longer characterized by the economic actors. Here involves of two discussion i.e. classical and current view. The paper begins with a definition of what is included under the headings of religion and economics. Literature methods have been used, by looking how economists classical and modern look at the faith factors in economics. The discussion will lead us to say that interfaith study agree that economics and religion must goes hand in hand.