Islam, Democracy, and Development
Institutional and Policy Failures in the Muslim World
|Publication Date||March 2014|
|Formats||Ebook (PDF) Ebook (EPUB)|
Islam, Democracy, and Development dispels the misconceptions and misinterpretations of Islamic political interest groups to justify the conventional wisdom pertaining to adherents of faith. Based on the institutional and policy failures of the self-seeking authoritarian leaders of the Muslim world, Pramanik argues that political and socio-cultural democracy must be preceded by economic growth. He contends that the absence of freewill and thought has stifled development in the Muslim world, by analysing three case studies on Malaysia and its to demonstrate the unique success stories.