Research in Divine Economics

Research in Divine Economics mostly revolves around the real man in contrast to the so called economic man. The work already completed paves the way for economics of faith, religiosity, spirituality, morality, ethics and other non-economic non-material aspects of human life which are neglected or rarely explored in the conventional economics. To see some of the initial studies that may be helpful in provoking further thoughts.

Area Scholar Year
Spirituality as an Economic Variable At Work life: An Extension of Divine Economics Ashar Awan 2010-12
Does Divine Capital Affect Household Willingness to Pay For Water: A Case Study of District Rawalakot Attiq Farrukh 2010-12
Is Religiosity a determinant of saving pattern in Azad Jammu and Kashmir? : An Empirical Inquiry under Divine Economics Framework Syeda Attiqa Naqvi 2010-12
Impact of Religiosity on Time Poverty: A Case Study of Muzaffarabad AJ&K. Maria Siddique 2010-12
The Effect of Alternative Time Allocation Pattern on Wellbeing (A Cross Sectional Anlaysis of Time Allocation in Ramzan and Post Ramazan Asama Hanif 2010-12
The Impact of Fasting Practices on Consumption Pattern Tooba Banday 2010-12
Socio economic Impact of Hydro Power Project inAJK: A Case Study of Jagran Power Project in District Neelum Seema Ameen 2010-14
The Role of General and Religious Education on Earning in Muzaffarabad City Asim Shamim Khan 2012-14
Role of religious Charitable Giving in Poverty Alleviation Muhammad Ashfaq Banday 2012-14
Impact of Foreign Remittances on Households’ Higher Educational attainment Raja Muhammad Israr Naseer Khan 2012-14 (Continued)
Ethical attributes and doctors Productivity Shahid Qudoos 2012-14 (Continued)
Impact of Ethics and Reinforcement on Efficiency of Educational Institutions: An Empirical Application of Divine Capital Model 2012 Maryam Tahir Bandy 2012-14
Impact Of Universal Values On Willingness To Pay Solid Waste Management: An Empirical Analysis Of Divine Capital Model Muhammad Ali Hamdani 2012-14
Effect of Perception of values on wellbeing of women employees: An application of Divine Capital Model Sana Kazmi 2012-14 (Continued)