An Evaluation of Professional Integrities in Contemporary Business Modes and Islamic Models

Authors

  • Amir Hayat Institute of Arabic and Islamic Studies, Government College Women University, Sialkot, Pakistan.
  • Muhammad Tariq Ramzan Department of Islamic Studies, The University of Lahore: Sargodha Sub Campus, Sargodha, Pakistan.
  • Hafiza Sumera Rabia Institute of Arabic and Islamic Studies, Government College Women University, Sialkot, Pakistan.

DOI:

https://doi.org/10.53583/jrss.v02i01.01.2022

Keywords:

Business, Modes, Contemporary, Islamic Models, Ethics

Abstract

The purpose of this study is to explore the relevance of business ethics in the contemporary world in the light of the teachings of the Prophet Muhammad (PBUH) and to find an enforcement mechanism for Prophetic business ethics. Current literature available on Islamic business ethics was reviewed to identify the relevance of Prophetic business ethics to modern business. In the final analysis, it is concluded that Islamic ethics are unique because they are based on the unity of Allah and accountability in the hereafter. Moreover Islamic concept of brotherhood justifies observance of ethical standards uniformly in all circumstances. Prophetic business ethics are based on the principles of lawful and un-lawful which restrict human activities to be squandered in the wrong direction. Prophetic business ethics are based on all good and the creation of an environment that is based on mutual benefit and care. The fear and love of Allah and sense of accountability in the hereafter is the real enforcement of ethics in individuals as well as in society. The findings highlighted in the article propose a collective effort to enhance ethical business activities among Muslims.

Author Biographies

Amir Hayat, Institute of Arabic and Islamic Studies, Government College Women University, Sialkot, Pakistan.

He is currently working as an Assistant Professor in the Institute of Arabic and Islamic Studies at the Government College Women University, Sialkot His main areas of Research are Human resource development and management, Islamic economics and Socio-Religious Problems. He has published more than ten research articles in HEC Recognized Journals/National & International Journals and participated in prominent International Conferences. He has supervised more than dozen M.Phil./MS scholars. He has also participated in many national and international workshops on research and development.

Muhammad Tariq Ramzan, Department of Islamic Studies, The University of Lahore: Sargodha Sub Campus, Sargodha, Pakistan.

He is currently working as an Assistant Professor in the Department of Islamic Studies at the University of Lahore, Sub Campus Sargodha. His main areas of Research are Haḍīth Sciences, Seerah Studies, Islamic Jurisprudence & History, Orientalism, and Socio-Religious Problems. He has published more than ten research articles in HEC Recognized Journals/National & International Journals and participated in prominent International Conferences. He has supervised 35 M.Phil/MS scholars. He has also participated in many national and international workshops on research and development.

Hafiza Sumera Rabia, Institute of Arabic and Islamic Studies, Government College Women University, Sialkot, Pakistan.

She is currently working as an Assistant Professor in the Institute of Arabic and Islamic Studies at the Government College Women University, Sialkot. Her main areas of Research are Quranic Studies, Socio-Religious Problems and Theology. She has published six research articles in HEC Recognized Journals/National & International Journals and participated in prominent International Conferences. She has been member of Madrasa discourse program.

 

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Published

2022-04-17

How to Cite

Hayat, A., Ramzan, M. T., & Rabia, H. S. (2022). An Evaluation of Professional Integrities in Contemporary Business Modes and Islamic Models. Journal of Religious and Social Studies, 2(01), 1–27. https://doi.org/10.53583/jrss.v02i01.01.2022