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Title Islamic economics and finance [electronic resource] : a European perspective / edited by Jonathan Langton, Cristina Trullols, and Abdullah Q. Turkistani
Imprint New York, NY : Palgrave Macmillan, 2011
book jacket
Descript 1 online resource (xx, 191 p.) : ill
Note Includes bibliographical references and index
Foreword; C.de Anca & I.de la Torre -- PART I: 'BEYOND THE CRISIS: ISLAMIC FINANCE IN THE NEW FINANCIAL ORDER' -- Opening Round Table -- Introduction to Islamic Economics and Finance -- Public-Private Partnerships: Islamic Finance in International Project Finance -- Legal and Tax Adaptation of Islamic Financial Instruments in Spain -- PART II: ADDITIONAL ARTICLES -- The Global Financial Crisis: Can Islamic Finance Help?; M.U.Chapra -- Points to Ponder in Islamic Finance; M.A.Elgari -- Islamic Finance and the Regulatory Challenge: The European Case; A.Belouafi & A.Belabes -- Islamic and Ethical Finance: Taking Responsibility in a Post-Crisis Context?; O.Orozco --
Foreword / Celia de Anca and Ignacio de la Torre -- Editors' notes and acknowledgments -- Contributors -- Glossary of common Arabic terms in Islamic economics and finance -- Beyond the crisis : Islamic finance in the new financial order -- Opening round table -- Introduction to Islamic economics and finance -- Public-private partnerships : Islamic finance in international project finance -- Legal and tax adaptation of Islamic finance instruments in Spain -- Additional articles -- The global financial crisis : can Islamic finance help? / Dr M. Umer Chapra -- Points to ponder in Islamic finance / Dr Mohamed Ali Elgari -- Islamic finance and the regulatory challenge : the European case / Dr Ahmed Belouafi and Dr Abderrazak Belabes
The global economic crisis has driven many economists around the world to seek alternative solutions to the western capitalist model which has proven to have some shortcomings. One prominent area of that research has been Islamic Economics and Finance. Based on the Muslim teachings of shari'ah, this system differs significantly from conventional economics and finance, notably in the prohibition of interest and strong emphasis on moral ethics. In June 2010, IE Business School, with King Abdulaziz University, gathered in Madrid some of the world's foremost scholars, academics and practitioners of Islamic Economics and Finance to discuss how this alternative philosophy can be applied in western financial markets. This collection of highlights from that conference and original articles, specifically addresses the post-crisis application, as well as the Legal and Tax Implications, of this growing and relevant economic philosophy in Europe, including in the area of Project Financing
Link Print version: Islamic economics and finance. New York, NY : Palgrave Macmillan, 2011 9780230300279 (DLC) 2011048087 (OCoLC)740623661
Subject Economic -- Religious aspects -- Islam
Financ -- Religious aspects -- Islam
Islam -- Economic aspects
BUSINESS & ECONOMICS / Economics / General bisacsh
BUSINESS & ECONOMICS / Reference bisacsh
Electronic books
Electronic books. local
Alt Author Langton, Jonathan, 1976-
Trullols, Cristina, 1977-
Turkistani, Abdullah Q
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