In this study, development through knowledge and Islamic economics is examined in a theoretical and practical context. In the words of Francis Bacon, “Knowledge is power”. The way to be strong in every field is through knowledge. The work of the Royal Society was one of the important factors in Britain's dominance in the world at the turn of the century. Despite the social and political turmoil, Académie Française did not break its system and led France to become an economic and social power. The German Academy of Sciences, the Italian Accademia dei Lincei and the Royal Swedish Academy of Sciences have played a similar role in their countries. The most important work that prepared the infrastructure for Japan to become what it is today is a six-volume report prepared by the Iwakura delegation as a result of examining the countries they have traveled to, especially the USA. For us, the dissolution of Encümen-i Daniş after 12 years, for an uncertain reason, is a serious breaking point. The proposals of movements such as the Young Turks, who were influenced by the West since the Tanzima, to change with political discourses rather than science and development, were not consistent in the ordinary flow of political and social life.
Again, in this study, the basic concepts related to Islamic economics are analyzed in an analytical framework. In the words of Cemil Meriç, "Every recipe is a falsification". The basic concepts of Islamic economics have been analyzed without distorting the meaning as much as possible. Because the basic terms related to economic life are universal and concern all Muslims. If Islamic countries cannot find a solution to their economic problems despite their natural wealth, there are some structural deficiencies. In this framework, evaluations were made about the efficient use of labor and the application of the methods applied by international organizations in its contribution to production in our country. With this work, it is aimed to contribute to the Islamic intellectual golden ring in order to "compete in charity" and "make the world prosperous" with the motto of "seeking the knowledge that is the believer's lost property" and "the hand that gives is superior to the hand that receives".