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By Karen Hunt-Ahmed

A entire examine the recommendations, functions, and most sensible practices of Islamic finance

Islamic-compliant finance is transacted in each significant international monetary heart, and the necessity for info at the subject in mild of its worldwide succeed in has grown exponentially. As knowledgeable during this box, writer Karen Hunt-Ahmed knows the intricacies of this region of the capital markets. Now, besides the aid of a few skilled participants, she skillfully addresses Islamic finance from the point of view of practitioners, interpreting concerns in wealth administration, agreement legislations, deepest fairness, asset administration, and lots more and plenty extra.

Engaging and available, Contemporary Islamic Finance skillfully explains the practices and thoughts of Islamic finance in every thing from banking and actual property to personal fairness, asset administration, and plenty of different parts. it truly is meant to be the go-to source for either Muslims in addition to non-Muslims with an curiosity within the topic. Divided into 3 finished components, it is going to placed you in a greater place to appreciate, and excel at, this crucial undertaking.

  • Introduces you to the heritage, felony constructions, and simple monetary contracts within the industry
  • Highlights a number of the matters dealing with modern Islamic finance practitioners, and information their value within the modern monetary and cultural environment
  • Includes case reviews of United States-based transactions and comparable demanding situations and successes

Filled with in-depth insights and professional recommendation, this certain research of Contemporary Islamic Finance can assist you achieve an organization figuring out of ways powerful this confirmed process can be.Content:
Chapter 1 creation: Islamic Finance on the planet economic system (pages 1–16): KAREN HUNT?AHMED
Chapter 2 The modern Islamic Finance panorama (pages 17–37): MOHAMMAD OMAR FAROOQ
Chapter three The criminal Framework of Islamic Finance (pages 39–61): CYNTHIA SHAWAMREH
Chapter four Globalization and Islamic Finance: Flows and awareness (pages 63–74): KAREN HUNT?AHMED
Chapter five Islamic technology and the Critique of Neoclassical fiscal concept (pages 75–101): WALEED EL?ANSARY
Chapter 6 Juristic war of words: The Collective Fatwa opposed to Islamic Banking in Pakistan (pages 103–119): SHOAIB A. GHIAS
Chapter 7 handling Liquidity probability in Islamic Finance (pages 121–146): DR. MUHAMMAD AL?BASHIR MUHAMMAD AL?AMINE
Chapter eight components of Islamic Wealth administration (pages 147–164): PAUL WOUTERS
Chapter nine Sukuk and the Islamic Capital Markets: An creation (pages 165–187): MICHAEL J. T. McMILLEN
Chapter 10 Shari'a?Compliant Mutual cash (pages 189–194):
Chapter eleven The Evolution of Shari'ah?Compliant Indexes and Why They Outperform traditional Indexes over the longer term (pages 195–201): TARIQ AL?RIFAI
Chapter 12 Takaful (pages 203–213): FARRUKH SIDDIQUI
Chapter thirteen Islamic Human assets Practices (pages 215–222): WILLIAM Marty MARTIN
Chapter 14 An built-in Islamic Poverty relief version (pages 223–243): ALI ASHRAF and M. KABIR HASSAN
Chapter 15 How Does an Islamic Microfinance version Play the most important position in Poverty Alleviation?: the eu viewpoint (pages 245–253):
Chapter sixteen Islamic Finance in a nearly Postcrisis and Postrevolutionary international: As in Politics, All Islamic Finance Is neighborhood (pages 255–265):
Chapter 17 Stepping ahead, Backward, or simply status Still?: A Case learn in moving Islamic monetary constructions Offshore (pages 267–282): UMAR F. MOGHUL
Chapter 18 Islamic Mortgages (pages 283–292): DAVID LOUNDY
Chapter 19 Shari'a caliber score (pages 293–302): NASIR Ali MERCHANT
Chapter 20 Islamic Mutual money' functionality in Saudi Arabia (pages 303–321): HESHAM MERDAD and M. KABIR HASSAN
Chapter 21 Shari'ah?Compliant actual property funding within the usa (pages 323–330): JOHN L. OPAR
Chapter 22 hazard and Derivatives in Islamic Finance: A Shariah research (pages 331–352): DR. MUHAMMAD AL?BASHIR MUHAMMAD AL?AMINE
Chapter 23 Islamic Microfinance (pages 353–365): BLAKE GOUD

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Islamic movements in particular seized upon this agenda and a major institutional network for research, such as the International Institute of Islamic Thought (Herndon, Virginia), and academic institutions, such as the International Islamic University Malaysia, emerged. For a general review of Islamization of knowledge, see Sulaiman (2000). For a critical perspective, see Siddiqi (2011), pp. 15–34; Nasr (1992); Hasan 1998, pp. 1–40; and Haneef (2005). As the author, Siddiqi, notes, the work was developed in 1974 and presented in 1976, and by the time it was published as part of an edited volume—Studies in Islamic Economics (Ahmad 1980)—comprising a number of papers from 1976 conference, the survey had been further expanded to include the contributions since 1976.

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