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EEO. 2020; 19(3): 2738-2742


Unethical Business Practices in Construction Project Industry: Exploring the Best Practices from an Islamic Perspective

Muhammad Mutasim Billah Tufail, Syed Faheem Hasan Bukhari, Mohd Nasrun Mohd Nawi, Irfan Ali.

Abstract
- It has been acknowledged that construction industry plays a vital role in the economic growth and development of any nation. Construction industry is also considered as the most fraudulent industry of the world because of its unethical practices. The unethical practices not only increase the cost of the project but also impacts negatively on its quality. Islam promotes high ethical and moral values not only in business but also in every part of daily lives. Secondary research in the form of a detailed review was carried out and data was gathered from various data bases such as EMERALD, SAGE, Scopus and the Holy Quran. The data was initially extracted from 34 research articles and 08 articles were considered and shortlisted to be important for this study.This study is divided into two folds; the first section discusses the impact of unethical practices on the overall quality of the project and stresses to implement the code of ethics to enhance the quality in project deliverables. Secondly it highlights the concept of business ethical practices in the light of Holy-Quran and Hadees-e-Nabvi (PBUH).This study is an initiative to educate Muslim stake-holders to adopt ethical practices in construction project industry from the teachings of Islam which optimize the project iron-triangle in the terms of cost, time and quality

Key words: Business Ethics, Project Management, Construction management, ethical practices in Islam.



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