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This artiele is composed of a short discussion on the possibility of an lslamic Economy. In do ing so, it addresses not only conceptual/theoretical aspects (on the base of Weberian Protestant Ethic thesis) related to this field but also its socio-economic historical dimensions that contrasts with the incompatibility thesis referring to the radical changes experienced with the end of colonization period in Islamic countries (and Asiatic non-Western ones as well) as well as slow changes appearingdoi:10.1501/0002575 fatcat:ymbd4xuazvbplo3comwgnozvmq