Year 2020, Volume 10 , Issue 1, Pages 51 - 72 2020-06-30

Kapitalist Fırsatçılığa Kurumsal Çözüm Önerisi: Muşaraka Vakfı
The Enterprise Solution to Capitalist Opportunism: The Musharakah Waqf

Yusuf DİNÇ [1]


Kapitalizm tüm başarısına rağmen sorunlu bir kurgudur ve krizler üretir. Kapitalist sistem içinde herhangi bir zamanda ve herhangi bir yerde ekonomik kriz yaşayan bireyler, işletmeler, sektörler, bölgeler veya ülkeler bulunabilir. Kapitalizm bu durumu içselleştirmiş ve bir sorun olan krizi fırsat olarak sunmuştur. Hatta bu sorundan yararlanan bütün bir sosyoloji ve bu sosyolojinin unsurları olan fırsatçılar ve simsarlar üretmiştir. Bu çalışmanın amacı İslam iktisadı perspektifinden kriz literatürünün sistematik bir analizini yaparak kapitalist fırsatçılık karşısında çözümün önemli bir bileşeni olabilecek nitelikteki muşaraka vakfı model önerisinin uygulanabilirliğini tartışmaktır. Bulgular kriz fırsatçılığı karşısında çözümün vakıf modeli içerisinde şekillendirilebileceğini göstermektedir. Model önerisi Ahilik tecrübesi üzerine kurulmuştur. Öneri ülke düzeyinde bir politika bileşeni olarak ele alınabilir. 

Despite all its success, capitalism has a problematic structure that produces crises. Individuals, businesses, sectors, regions or countries can be found in crisis anytime and anywhere in the capitalist system. Capitalism has indigenized this situation and presented the crisis, which is normally a problem, as opportunity. It even produced an entire sociology and its elements: opportunists. This study aims to propose and discuss the feasibility of the musharakah waqf model, which can be an important component of the solution to capitalist opportunism by conducting a critical analysis of the current crisis literature. Findings indicate that the proposed model can be an important part of solution against capitalist opportunism. The basis of the proposed model depends on Ahilik (futuwwa) experience in Anatolia. The proposed model can be considered as a country level policy.

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Orcid: 0000-0002-5321-2723
Author: Yusuf DİNÇ
Institution: İstanbul Sabahattin Zaim Üniversitesi
Country: Turkey


Dates

Publication Date : June 30, 2020

APA Di̇nç, Y . (2020). Kapitalist Fırsatçılığa Kurumsal Çözüm Önerisi: Muşaraka Vakfı . Adam Akademi Sosyal Bilimler Dergisi , 10 (1) , 51-72 . DOI: 10.31679/adamakademi.463245