Global Halal Perspectives: Past, Present and Future
Editor: Risyawati Mohamed Ismail, 2020
ISBN978-967-2363-33-0, 165 pages, RM40.00
Halal has become more than just an eating habit of Muslims around the world in today’s global economy. It has evolved into a giant economic phenomenon which has affected the global ecosystem beyond the boundaries of religion, politics, culture and ethnicity. Politics, various halal businesses, social entities including geographical location play a part to reflect the complexity of the halal ecosystem.
Discussions on its various aspects are richly illustrated through interdisciplinary global perspectives from students and scholars working across disciplines: social sciences, religious studies, humanities and sciences. Global Halal Perspectives — past, present and future brings forth a special set of knowledge and information that even the public will find interesting. This book is the outcome of a research funded by the Ministry of Higher Education (MOHE) Malaysia through its Fundamental Research Grant Scheme (S/O 13246).
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