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This chapter explores the fundamental question of on what is the current economic system based. The answer lies in exploring the concept of risk, and the modes of transferring and sharing it. Based on discussions in the literature, this chapter explores how the risk shifting-based system has collapsed and how the notion of risk sharing is required. For governments to sustain their future there needs to be a shift towards a risk sharing-based economic society. The chapter further explores the notion of Islamic financial ideology being based in risk sharing, and how this can play its role in public policy. The idea of a global risk sharing between sovereigns is the possible answer.
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