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eBook Islamic Capitalism and Finance: Origins, Evolution and the Future (Studies in Islamic Finance, Accounting and Governance) ePub

eBook Islamic Capitalism and Finance: Origins, Evolution and the Future (Studies in Islamic Finance, Accounting and Governance) ePub

by Murat Cizakca

  • ISBN: 0857931474
  • Category: Business and Finance
  • Subcategory: Other
  • Author: Murat Cizakca
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: Edward Elgar Pub (October 31, 2011)
  • Pages: 360
  • ePub book: 1729 kb
  • Fb2 book: 1420 kb
  • Other: mobi txt lit lrf
  • Rating: 4.7
  • Votes: 292

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Islamic finance came to prominence in the last two decades and Islamic instruments have been regarded as an alternative to conventional instruments after the 2008 crisis.

Islamic finance came to prominence in the last two decades and Islamic instruments have been regarded as an alternative to conventional instruments after the 2008 crisis. The rise of Islamic banking can be characterized by the dominance of Shari'ah-compliant asset-based financing including murabaha (mark-up contract), bai-muajjal (variant of murabaha), bai-salam (forward sale contract) and ijara (leasing), rather than by the dominance of profit-and-loss sharing mudaraba (trust-based contract) and musharaka (partnership/equity based contract) that.

Future by Turkish Professor Murat Çizakça (Professor of Islamic. Finance, Comparative Economic and Financial History) was. published in 2013 (paperback version). This book explores key issues. developed, how they function and have evolved, and, perhaps, most. importantly, whether they can be modernized to meet today’s needs

In the current recession – the worst since 1929 – this is surely a provocative question.

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An excellent book on Islamic economics, banking and finance from a historical perspective by Murat Cizakca, a Turkish professor of economics. He also writes about the current Islamic banking and finance and the industry's future.

In the current recession - the worst since 1929 - this is surely a provocative question.

Author: Çizakça, Murat. Banks and banking - Religious aspects - Islam. Finance (Islamic law).

M. Kabir Hassan, University of New Orleans, US & is a very thought provoking book coming at a crucial stage in the development of Islamic economics and finance. I applaud this insight of Muhammad Akram Khan.

Together, let's build an Open Library for the World. Origins, evolution and the future. Published 2011 by EDWARD ELGAR.

This illuminating and thought-provoking book questions whether classical Islamic capitalism, which has served Muslims so well for centuries, can provide a viable alternative world economic system. In the current recession - the worst since 1929 - this is surely a provocative question. But if Islamic capitalism is to emerge as a viable alternative, its nature and systems must be well understood.

Murat Cizakca explores key issues within Islamic capitalism and finance, shedding light on whether the Islamic system can indeed be called 'capitalist', the principles on which the system was built, the institutions that were consequently developed, how they function and have evolved, and, perhaps, most importantly, whether they can be modernized to meet today's needs. Against the backdrop of rapid change in the Middle East, this book gives a solid background to the economic systems that will emerge in the world of Islam.

An essential guide to the past, present and future of Islamic economy and finance, this compelling book will prove to be of particular interest to academics and researchers of economics, finance, economic and financial history and political science.