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eBook An Introduction to Islamic Finance: Theory and Practice (Wiley Finance) ePub

by Abbas Mirakhor,Zamir Iqbal

  • ISBN: 0470821884
  • Category: International
  • Subcategory: Perfomance and Work
  • Author: Abbas Mirakhor,Zamir Iqbal
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: Wiley; 2 edition (November 10, 2006)
  • Pages: 350
  • ePub book: 1386 kb
  • Fb2 book: 1257 kb
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  • Rating: 4.6
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Abbas Mirakhor and Zamir Iqbal are to be congratulated for providing us with a lucid, comprehensive and sophisticated introduction to the theory and practice of Shari’ah-compliant (Islamic) finance.

Abbas Mirakhor and Zamir Iqbal are to be congratulated for providing us with a lucid, comprehensive and sophisticated introduction to the theory and practice of Shari’ah-compliant (Islamic) finance. Impressive in its scope-without being superficial in its treatment of its various topics-the text can be comfortably recommended as one of the handful of books that students of Islamic finance must have in their library.

Providing comprehensive coverage of the fundamental theory behind Islamic finance and banking, according to the core concepts of Shariah law, authors Zamir Iqbal and Abbas Mirakhor clearly explain the distinct features of a. .

Providing comprehensive coverage of the fundamental theory behind Islamic finance and banking, according to the core concepts of Shariah law, authors Zamir Iqbal and Abbas Mirakhor clearly explain the distinct features of an Islamic financial system and how it compares with traditional financial models. The first book to offer comprehensive coverage of Islamic finance and banking and its applications to the rest of the world, now fully revised and updated. The ongoing international financial crisis has reignited debate over the development of a risk-sharing financial system, such as that required in Shariah Law.

Abbas Mirakhor (Persian: عباس میرآخور‎) joined INCEIF in 2010 as Distinguished Scholar and the First Holder of INCEIF's Chair in Islamic Finance.

Providing comprehensive coverage of the fundamental theory behind Islamic finance and banking, according to the core concepts of Shariah law, authors Zamir Iqbal and Abbas Mirakhor clearly explain the distinct features of an Islamic financial system and how it compares with traditional.

Zamir Iqbal, Abbas Mirakhor.

Economic Development and Islamic Finance Iqbal and Mirakhor Economic Development and Islamic World. An Introduction to Islamic. Islamic Banking and Finance: New Perspectives on Profit Sharing and Risk. 53 MB·2,092 Downloads·New!. An Introduction to Islamic Finance: Theory and Practice. 43 MB·5,372 Downloads. Islamic Finance in the Global Economy. 41 MB·4,651 Downloads. Introduction: Islamic Finance in the Global Economy 1 1 Islamic Finance in Theory and Practi. Many books have been written on Islamic financial markets but this is the first book to introduce all of the essential topics in one volume. The authors, two of the best known authorities in Islamic economics, finance and banking, also incorporate valuable examples and practical discussions that will offer better understanding of this emerging market. They should be congratulated for providing students and practitioners with a text that places Islamic finance and banking squarely within the context of Islamic teachings and modern finance and banking practices.

Having developed a framework of virtues and business ethics in previous chapters, this chapter discusses the application of the ethical framework to Islamic economics and finance. An in-depth analysis of risk sharing, materiality, social and economic justice, and governance aspects of Islamic economics and finance are provided, arguing that such a framework provides rich ethical standards and ensures finance that is responsible and good for the society

"Many books have been written on Islamic financial markets but this is the first book to introduce all of the essential topics in one volume. The authors, two of the best known authorities in Islamic economics, finance and banking, also incorporate valuable examples and practical discussions that will offer better understanding of this emerging market. They should be congratulated for providing students and practitioners with a text that places Islamic finance and banking squarely within the context of Islamic teachings and modern finance and banking practices." --Hossein Askari, Iran Professor of International Business and International Affairs, George Washington University "An Introduction to Islamic Finance is an excellent introduction to the principles of Islamic finance. The authors provide necessary background to the subject, as well as succinct description of the main products and processes. This book will be of value to anyone looking to invest or issue in the Islamic finance markets." --Professor Moorad Choudhry, Department of Economics, London Metropolitan University "Islamic financial markets have made remarkable progress during the last two decades and this burgeoning growth has increased the appetite for financiers and bankers to understand more of this emerging market. Incorporating useful references to historical practices and financial instruments used by Muslim societies, An Introduction to Islamic Finance will serve as a very useful resource for anyone interested in the subject. The authors should be congratulated for their insightful and practical contribution." --Professor Rifaat Ahmed Abdel Karim, Secretary-General, Islamic Financial Services Board "Considerable experience in dealing with finance and its role in development have gone into this timely publication. The insights offered by the authors should be especially helpful to Islamic banks and financial institutions in redesigning risk-management and diversification of portfolios. This makes An Introduction to Islamic Finance one of the best books on the topic so far." --Dr. Mohammad Nejatullah Siddiqi, Professor of Economics, Islamic Economics Research Center, King Abdulaziz University, Jeddah (Retired)