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100 1  Alamad, Samir,|eauthor 
245 10 Financial innovation and engineering in Islamic finance /
       |cby Samir Alamad 
264  1 Cham :|bSpringer International Publishing :|bImprint: 
       Springer,|c2017 
300    1 online resource (xxiii, 225 pages) :|billustrations, 
       digital ;|c24 cm 
336    text|btxt|2rdacontent 
337    computer|bc|2rdamedia 
338    online resource|bcr|2rdacarrier 
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490 1  Contributions to management science,|x1431-1941 
505 0  Introduction -- The Context of Islamic Bankin and Finance 
       -- Analysis of Financial Innovation and Engineering in the
       Literature -- A Historical Analysis of Financial 
       Innovation in Islamic Economics and Finance from Inception
       to the 16th Century -- A Historical Analysis of Financial 
       Innovation in Islamic Economics and Finance from the 16th 
       Century to Present -- Traditional Theory of Financial 
       Innovation -- Financial Innovation Theory from an Islamic 
       Perspective -- Futures Contracts as an Underlying Product 
       of Financial Engineering in Islamic Finance -- Options 
       Contracts as an Underlying Product of Financial 
       Engineering in Islamic Finance -- Outlining a Framework 
       for Financial Innovation and Engineering in Islamic 
       Finance -- Case Stduy: Analysis of Selected Shariah 
       Compliant Financial Products -- Discussion and Conclusion 
520    This book provides two important contributions to existing
       theories in the financial innovation literature. First, it
       extends the existing literature of innovation orientation 
       to a completely new field and construct that is based on a
       religious imperative as a framework within which financial
       innovation is constrained. It explains how an innovation 
       orientation in IFIs can be directed within religious rules,
       which indicates that innovation orientation in IFIs is a 
       learning philosophy. Second, the book introduces and 
       examines the plasticity of Shariah as a shared boundary 
       object and its dynamic role in managing tension and 
       conflicting values in the financial innovation process. 
       Furthermore, building on the empirical results, the study 
       illustrates the insights that each theoretical lens 
       affords into practices of collaboration and develops a 
       novel analytical framework for understanding religious 
       orientation towards financial innovation. This practical 
       contribution, of the developed framework, could form the 
       basis for a standardised framework for the Islamic finance
       industry. The book concludes by noting the policy and 
       managerial implications of its findings and provides 
       directions for further research 
650  0 Finance|xReligious aspects|xIslam 
650  0 Finance (Islamic law) 
650  0 Financial engineering|zIslamic countries 
650  0 Financial institutions|zIslamic countries 
650 14 Finance 
650 24 Financial Engineering 
650 24 Business Finance 
650 24 Banking 
650 24 Financial History 
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830  0 Contributions to management science 
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