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  1. Do Equity-Based Sukuk Structures Fulfil the Objectives of Sharī‘ah (Maqāsid al-Sharī‘ah)? [Journal of Islamic Business and Management (JIBM)]

    Published on 2017 by Asyraf Wajdi Dusuki

    The  Islamic  capital  market  is  an  important  component  of  the  overall  Islamic  financial  system  especially  in  providing  an  element  of  liquidity  to  otherwise  illiquid  assets.  Like  their  conventional  counterpart,  Islamic  capital  markets  complement the investment role of the Islamic banking…


  2. Financial Inclusion: Social Inclusion with its true Paradigm to be the Target! [Journal of Islamic Business and Management (JIBM)]

    Published on 2017 by Muhammad Ayub

    The generic term of 'financial inclusion' has been in use for last many years not only in developing but also developed economies referring to the schemes to combat the issue of 'exclusion' of the people of small means from the…


  3. Sovereing Wealth Funds in Muslim Contries [Journal of Islamic Business and Management (JIBM)]

    Published on 2017 by Farrukh Habib et al.

    Sovereign Wealth Funds (SWFs) have been growing in number and size over the years, in both Muslim and non-Muslim countries.  Their  importance  in  terms  of  potential  impact  on  the economic,  social  and  political  fronts  of  both  the  home  countries  (managing…


  4. Islamic Finance Benchmark [Journal of Islamic Business and Management (JIBM)]

    Published on 2017 by Mohsin Ali and Choudary Wajahat Naeem Azmi

    Financial Assets' pricing benchmarks serve multiple purposes in financial markets and hence play a critical role. First, hey serve as a reference point for pricing instruments; second, they reflect the opportunity cost and third, they serve as a reference rate…


  5. Perception about Islamic Banking in Bangladesh [Journal of Islamic Business and Management (JIBM)]

    Published on 2017 by A.U.Faruq et al.

    Islāmic banking is growing at double digit rate annually. Bangladesh is the third largest Islāmic country in the world in terms of Muslim population. The Islāmic finance industry is growing in Bangladesh as well as its challenges and critiques. It…


  6. Developing and Promoting "Economic & Financial System of Islam": Some Suggestions [Journal of Islamic Business and Management (JIBM)]

    Published on 2017 by Shamim Ahmad Siddqui

    More  than  three  decades  ago  a  group  of  Muslim  economists  took  the burden of developing a model of economic and financial system of Islām (EFSI) and reform the existing western systems in contemporary Muslim economies. Today, although we find a…


  7. Financing Economic Growth with Stability from Islamic Perspective [Journal of Islamic Business and Management (JIBM)]

    Published on 2017 by Mughess Shaukat et al.

    Evidence  has  been  mounting  that  the  interest-based  debt  financing  regime  is  under  increasing distress.  Evidence  also  suggests  that  the  financial  crises,  whatever  title  they  carried -exchange rate  crisis  or  banking  crisis –have  been  debt  related  crises  in essence.  At  present,…


  8. A Shari‘ah Analysis of Issues in Islamic Leasing - [Journal of Islamic Business and Management (JIBM)]

    Published on 2017 by Mohammad Hashim Kamali

      A Shari‘ah Analysis of Issues in Islamic Leasing Vol 3 Issue 1 (June-2013) Open Source


  9. Islam, Eco-literacy and Green Purchase: Evidence from Malaysia - [Journal of Islamic Business and Management (JIBM)]

    Published on 2017 by Siti Haslina Md harizan, Mahmod Sabri Haron & Nabsiah A. Wahid

    This  paper  discusses  the  role  of  green  purchase  behaviour  based  on  Islamic  teachings  and examines  the  influence  of  eco-literacy  on  willingness  to  purchase  green  products  empirically among   Muslim   consumers   in   Malaysia.   A   survey   was   conducted   using   self-structured questionnaires  on  Muslim …


  10. What is Wrong with Islāmic Economics? Analysing The Present State And Future Agenda by: Muhammad Akram Khan [Journal of Islamic Business and Management (JIBM)]

    Published on 2017 by Dr. Hafiz M. Yasin

    What is Wrong with Islāmic Economics? Analysing The Present State And Future Agenda by: Muhammad Akram Khan Vol 4 Issue 2 (December 2014) Open Source


  11. Takāful: Concept, Underwriting Scope and Risk Management - [Journal of Islamic Business and Management (JIBM)]

    Published on 2017 by Azman Mohd Noor

    Akin  to  the  growth  of  Islamic  banks, takāful has  been  introduced  in  the  market  to  replace conventional  insurance.  This  is  in  response  to  the  market  demand  of  the  large  Muslim communities around the globe to comply to their religious teaching…


  12. Thomson Reuters’ “Islāmic Interbank Benchmark Rate” – IIBR Is it really an Important Step Forward for Islāmic Finance Authenticity? [Journal of Islamic Business and Management (JIBM)]

    Published on 2017 by JIBM

    In  the  global  finance,  mainly  LIBOR  is  used  as  benchmark  for  interbank lending  and  borrowing,  short  term  liquidity  placements,  as  also  for pricing  credit  instruments  and  sovereign  debts. LIBOR,  or  any  other national  or  international finance  benchmark,  represents  time  value…


 

 

 


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