Paradigma islámico del dinero: dimensiones interrelacionadas

Palabras clave: finanzas personales, economía islámica, religiosidad, economía monetaria

Resumen

En la cultura islámica, el dinero se considera como un medio para medir valor y una herramienta para realizar transacciones. Este estudio explica otras dimensiones del dinero y, al mismo tiempo, examina su uso en las fases social y religiosa (relacionadas entre sí) de la vida humana. Dado que cada cultura percibe el dinero de forma diferente, se realizó una revisión bibliográfica con el fin de identificar otras dimensiones diferentes a aquella que considera la cultura occidental. Para ello, tomamos, como principales fuentes de información, artículos científicos, capítulos de libro y libros de investigación, lo que nos permitió obtener una descripción completa y coherente del fenómeno objeto de estudio. De acuerdo con los resultados, el dinero no solo contempla una dimensión transaccional que busca maximizar ganancias, tal y como lo concibe principalmente la cultura occidental, sino también una dimensión social y religiosa. Dar dinero puede generar una mayor satisfacción que dar en especie. En la cultura islámica, el dinero recolectado se gasta libremente en función de las necesidades individuales. Además, el dinero (dinar y dírham) permite medir las acciones piadosas cuando se utiliza como denominación de unidades de cálculo en prácticas como zakat y qurban y en herencias. En el islam, una gestión adecuada de los activos monetarios puede contribuir a vincular las dimensiones social y religiosa de una forma coherente.

Biografía del autor/a

Tsumma Lazuardini Imamia, Universitas Brawijaya

Doctoral Student in Economics, Universitas Brawijaya,
Malang - Indonesia, tsummaimamia@student.ub.ac.id

Agus Suman, Universitas Brawijaya

PhD in Economics, Universitas Brawijaya,
Malang - Indonesia, agussuman@ub.ac.id

Multifiah Multifiah, Universitas Brawijaya

PhD in Economics, Universitas Brawijaya,
Malang - Indonesia, multifiah@ub.ac.id

Asfi Manzilati, Universitas Brawijaya

PhD in Economics, Universitas Brawijaya,
Malang - Indonesia, asfi@ub.ac.id

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Imamia, T. L., Suman, A., Multifiah, M., & Manzilati, A. (2021). Paradigma islámico del dinero: dimensiones interrelacionadas. Revista CEA, 7(15), e1873. https://doi.org/10.22430/24223182.1873

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