Islamic Economics and COVID-19: The Economic, Social and Scientific Consequences of a Global Pandemi

PrefacePrologueThe socio-scientific development outlook for global futureThe project of wellbeing as the multidisciplinaiy unified model of science-economy-society moral inclusivenessPost-COVID-19 emergence of epistemic consciousnessThe age of coionavirus and beyondIncreasing moral inclusiveness over moral exclusiveness explained by intensification of faithTawhidi embedding of unity of knowledge in socioeconomic variablesIgnorance of the critical centricity of moral values in curbing socio-scientific disorderCoronavirus peak and flattening curves with and w ithout induction by unity of knowledgeConclusionPandemic treatments for transforming cell mutation into normalcy in unity of knowledge as the ontological premise of technical modellingNot a religious mendicant treatment for pandemic episodeWellbeing effect of integrated medicineModel symbolism and treatment for restoring mutation to normalcy with unity of knowledgeA pandemic example: formulating the wellbeing objective criterionConclusion: interactive, integrative, and evolutionary learning systems (HE)Wellbeing and sustainabilityConceptual inception of the mathematical construction of multidisciplinary pandemic methodologyOrganic interrelations between conscious attributes in knowledge formationReverse causality of attributes arising from the consciousness of the physical world-systemModelling of wellbeing criterion in the world-system of pandemic treatment and cureComplete wellbeing functionInterpreting the theoretical construction of the wellbeing function in coronavirus episodeConclusionNormalizing pandemic episode by science-economy- society moral inclusivenessMultidisciplinary unity’ of knowledge in large model formalism of pandemic-like consequencesThe multivariate pandemic treatment vector including monetaiy and fiscal effectsSelection of variables in the wellbeing function with monetary and fiscal effects of moral inclusivenessMoral inclusiveness of imponderable variables in the wellbeing function and its evaluationConclusionA generalized model of science-economy-society moral inclusiveness in complex pandemic regimeFuture of socio-scientific modellingIIE-model formalism in non-linear topological spaceNon-linear transformsGeneralizationConclusionThe role of educational reform in COVID-19 normalizationEducational reform to discover pandemic renormalizationMultidisciplinary project valuation with fullness of complementary variablesTime variables in the generalized model of seience- eeonomv-society-wide model of moral inclusivenessConclusionNotesSelected reforms in business- pandemic studies to accord with the model of science- economy-society moral inclusivenessPossible revision of business studies in the framework of the model of moral inclusiveness Conclusion: business-pandemic elements in a new approach to business studiesNotesThe future of moral inclusiveness in the aftermath of pandemic episodeContinuity of capitalist science-economy-society relationship during the near future of 4IRAn example of restructuring for science-economv- soeiety moral inclusivenessAn extended result in input-output matrix related to circular causation relations of moral inclusivenessThe shape of jointness of rural sector complementary linkagesConclusion: policy-theoretic perspectiveNeed for structural socio-scieutific change with moral inclusivenessNotes