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  1. (SRD 2016) Industry Experience in Promoting Islamic Social Finance: Opportunities and Challenges

    Published on 2016 by DAUD VICARY ABDULLAH

        6th ISRA-IRTI-Durham University Strategic Roundtable Discussion, (2016Daud Vicary Abdullah)


  2. (SRD 2016) Islamic Social Finance Deciphering Pertinent Issues In Islamic Philanthropy (Issues Of Shari’ah Governance in Islamic Philanthropy)

    Published on 2016 by Magda Ismail A. Mohsin

      6th ISRA-IRTI-Durham University Strategic Roundtable Discussion, (2016)


  3. (SRD 2016) Islamic Social Finance: A Quest for Social Justice

    Published on 2016 by Wan Abdul Rahim Kamil

      6th ISRA-IRTI-Durham University Strategic Roundtable Discussion, (2016)


  4. (SRD 2016) Integrated Waqf-Islamic Microfinance Model (IWIMM) and the Quest for Social Justice

    Published on 2016 by Mohamed Aslam Haneef

      6th ISRA-IRTI-Durham University Strategic Roundtable Discussion, (2016)


  5. (SRD 2016) SOCIAL JUSTICE: THE SPIRIT OF ISLAM

    Published on 2016 by Ferdaus Abdullah Toh

      6th ISRA-IRTI-Durham University Strategic Roundtable Discussion, (2016)


  6. (SRD 2016) Promoting Affordability and Sustainability of Home Ownership through Islamic Financial Inclusion

    Published on 2016 by Rosylin Mohd Yusof

      6th ISRA-IRTI-Durham University Strategic Roundtable Discussion, (2016)


  7. The Framework of Maqasid Al-Shari’ah and its implication to Islamic Finance

    Published on 2016 by Asyraf Wajdi Dusuki, Said Bouheraoua

    This article aims at examining the concept of maqasid al-shari'ah of Islamic jurisprudence in order to appreciate its contribution toward more comprehensive, rational and realistic answers to contemporary financial issues and thereby to increase the awareness of the maqasid approach…


  8. Bursa Malaysia’s Suq al-Sila’ (Commodity Murabahah House) As An Alternative Platform for Tawarruq Transaction

    Published on 2016 by Asyraf Wajdi Dusuki

    In 2009, Bursa Malaysia launched a new trading platform called Suq al-Sila' or Commodity Murabahah House. The platform is introduced to facilitate Islamic financial transactions particularly the application of commodity murabahah which is based on the principle of taw'arruq. This…


  9. Do Equity-based Sukuk Structures in Islamic Capital Market Manifest the Objectives of Shariah?

    Published on 2016 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 the otherwise illiquid assets. Like its conventional counterpart, Islamic capital markets complement the investment role of the Islamic…


  10. Shariah and Conventional Law Objections to Derivatives: A Comparison

    Published on 2016 by Sherin Kunhibava, Balachandran Shanmugam

    In Islamic finance, many scholars advise against the use of derivatives, which is still in its infancy. Conventional law even voiced its objections to derivatives as early as the 17th century. This article surveys and compares the relationship between present-day…


  11. Reasons on the Similarity of Objections with Regards to Gambling and Speculation in Islamic Finance and Conventional Finance

    Published on 2016 by Sherin Kunhibava

    Gambling and speculation which leads to zero-sum outcomes are prohibited in Islamic finance and condemned in conventional finance. This article explores the reasons for the similarity of objections towards gambling and speculation. Three probable reasons are explored namely the concept…


  12. The Global Financial Crisis and Its Implications for the Islamic Financial Industry

    Published on 2016 by Abbas Mirakhor, Edib Smolo

        Purpose – The purpose of this paper is to review the evolution of the global financial crisis, draw lessons from it, and analyse its effect(s) on the Islamic financial industry (IFI). Design/methodology/approach – Based on an extensive literature…


 

 

 


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