Penulis : DR. H. RUDI AHMAD SURYADI, M. AG.
slamic economics is developed on the assumption that economic issues are complex or multi-dimensional, requiring interdisciplinary approaches, especially between traditional religious disciplines and general multi-disciplinary science. Thus, the science of Islamic Economics is an institutional economics science. The approach raises a certain structure of thought and various schools of thought. The result of complex and multi-dimensional thinking raises three needs. First, the needsofstream-liningof the findingsare judged to be the most close to the truth. Second, there is the need ofconsistentand coherentstructuresand the third,it requires integration to form strength and nagging in its application. On the basis of assumptions in anashthen, Islamic economic thinking can basically be classified into three. The first,it is the economic thought embodied in the theory and methodology of thought or epistemology. Second,it is the economic system as a medium of application through legislation and institutionalization in resource management. Third, it the realities of the economy that run, both in the formsof the economy of Muslims, the Indonesian nation and the interconnected world.