Constitutional Economics under an Official Thought to be Divinely Guided Implication on Islamic Republic of Iran Section Articles

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Muhammad Asim
Muhammad Akram Zaheer
Yasmin Roofi

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Muhammad Asim, Muhammad Akram Zaheer, & Yasmin Roofi. (2020). Constitutional Economics under an Official Thought to be Divinely Guided. Journal of Islamic Thought and Civilization (JITC), 10(1). Retrieved from https://journals.umt.edu.pk/index.php/JITC/article/view/652

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