Hassan Tavanayanfard

Hasan Tavanayan Fard (March 25, 1943 – January 21, 2015, Tehran)[1] was an Iranian economist, author and poet.

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Hasan Tavanayan Fard

He wrote more than 40 books in his lifetime in the field of economics, history and literature and wrote many articles.[2]

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He completed his Economics degree at Tehran University. He studied Masters in Economics at Swansea University in 1972 and wrote a thesis titled ‘U.K. private short term capital movements (1963-1972)’ .[3]

He held several teaching posts such as at the University of Sanate Sharif, Tehran University and Payame Noor University.[4]

In 1986, he established his own publishing company called Far Nashr Publishing, printing books about Chemistry, English, Business Correspondence and Children’s IQ Test.

Birth 25 March 1943 (Tehran)
Death 21 January 2015 (Tehran)
Books and articles More than 100
Diploma in Maths Elmieh Tehran High School
Post Diploma in Religious Studies Daneshsaraye Talimate Dini
Bachelor of Economics Tehran University
Masters in Economics Swansea University (Thesis: U.K. private short term capital movements 1963-1972)[5]
PhD in Economics (not completed) Swansea University (The Professor left Swansea University to return to Iran during the Iranian Revolution (intending to complete his PhD later). He wanted to provide academic assistance to Iranians during the Revolution. However, due to reasons explained below, he no longer had the opportunity to complete his PhD)

Some of his books include:[6]

No Book Year
1 Social Economics 1969
2 The Economics of Education 1976
3 The Theory of Consumption 1976
4 The Economics of Development and Progress 1977
5 Economic Systems 1977
6 The Theory of Value of Labour 1977
7 Discourses in Iranian Economics 1977
8 Money – Economic Perspective 1977
9 A critique of the Economic Provisions of the Constitution 1980
10 Ziaratname of Taleghani’s father 1980
11 Dr Shariati and Economics after the Revolution 1980
12 Economics from the perspective of 14 Ma’soom (i.e. Prophet Mohammad, his daughter Fatemeh and the 12 Shiah Imams) 1980
13 Economics from Prophet Mohammad’s and Imam Ali’s perspective 1980
14 The Unfulfilled Wishes 1980
15 Economic Schools of Thought 1981
16 The Imperialised Iranian Economics 1982
17 The Philosophy of Islamic Economics – Alame Tabatabayi 1984
18 The Imperialist’s Economic Conspiracies in Iran 1985
19 The Fundamentals of Management in Islam 1986
20 Mosadegh and Economics 1986
21 The Economic Views of Imam Mohamad Ghazali 1987
22 The Economics of Development 1987
23 The Economic Views of Imam Fakhr Razi 1988
24 The Economics of Population 1989
25 Usury in Quran 1990
26 The Economics of Money 1991
27 Factors Influencing Religious Beliefs 1993
28 Utilising the Teachings of Islamic Prayer 1995
29 Utilising the Teachings of Haj 1998
30 The Advancement of Utilisation in Islamic Culture 1998
31 Economic Social Science from Dr Ali Shariati’s perspective 1998
32 Frugality 1999
33 The Economics of Development – A New Model 2000
34 The Future of Economics: Economics before and After the Resurrection of the Shiah’s 12th Imam 2001
35 The Flaws in Iranian Economics – Economic AIDS 2001
36 Harmonising Iranian Economics 2001
37 The Role of Women in Furthering Utilisation 2001
38 Microeconomics and Macroeconomics 2004
39 Economic Systems 2004
40 The Economics of Internet 2006
41 Cooperative Economics 2006
42 Quranic Economics 2006
43 Economic Dictionary : English – Farsi 2007
44 The Economics of Zakat (financial donation for religious purposes) 2008
45 The Encyclopedia of Islamic Economics 2011

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