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Debt Free Muslim Podcast Episode 8
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Jerry Hionis holds a PhD from Temple University located in Philadelphia, PA. His primary research is in conflict theory with an emphasis on civil conflicts and Warlord-like competition. Other research interests include game theory, economic development, Islamic economic theory and history, political theory and African economics. He is also a professor at Temple University.
In this podcast we discuss:
- How Dr. Jerry Hionis got into his field of Economics
- How does Economics affect us individually?
- Information on Islamic microeconomics
- The differences between economics and personal finance
- Economics of Warlords and conflicts
- The history economics of interest and usury in Judeo-Christian and Islam
- The types of riba/usury
- The history of Islamic economics
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