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245 00 Islamic economies :|bstability, markets and endowments /
       |cedited by Nafis Alam, Syed Aun R. Rizvi 
264  1 Cham :|bSpringer International Publishing :|bImprint: 
       Palgrave Macmillan,|c2017 
300    1 online resource (xi, 129 pages) :|billustrations, 
       digital ;|c24 cm 
336    text|btxt|2rdacontent 
337    computer|bc|2rdamedia 
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490 1  Palgrave CIBFR studies in Islamic finance 
505 0  Chapter 1: Islamic Economics' Contribution to Conventional
       Economics -- Chapter 2: Islamic Financial Planning towards
       a Sustainable eco-Growth -- Chapter 3: Remittances, 
       Political Stability and Economic Development: Empirical 
       Evidence from OIC countries -- Chapter 4: Mitigating 
       Shadow Economy Through Dual Banking Sector Development in 
       Malaysia -- Chapter 5: Islamic Common Market. An 
       Alternative Model to Globalization -- Chapter 6: Issues 
       deter the propelling growth of awqaf in Bangladesh: The 
       way forward to its developments and widening the scope of 
       its benefits -- Chapter 7: Money in Islamic Banking System
520    This book explores contemporary empirical issues in 
       Islamic economics. It begins by outlining current trends 
       in Islamic economics and before identifying gaps in the 
       empirical research. It then goes on to discuss the role of
       institutions in economic growth for Islamic countries, and
       the fiscal aspects of Islamic economics. It explores 
       issues in debt and growth, as well as the instruments of 
       monetary management in Islamic economics. It analyses the 
       trade-off between growth and stability and concludes with 
       discussion of Zakat and Waqf in driving growth. Nafis 
       Alam is an Associate Professor at the University of 
       Nottingham, Malaysia. He has been involved in academia 
       related to Islamic finance for nearly a decade. He has co-
       authored three books in Islamic finance, among them is an 
       Encyclopaedia of Islamic Finance. Nafis is also the 
       founding Director for Centre for Islamic Business and 
       Finance Research (CIBFR) at University of Nottingham 
       Malaysia Campus. Syed Aun R. Rizvi is an Assistant 
       Professor at Suleman Dawood School of Business at Lahore 
       University of Management Sciences (LUMS), Pakistan. He is 
       also a Research Affiliate of Centre for Islamic Business 
       and Finance Research (CIBFR) at University of Nottingham 
       Malaysia Campus, Malaysia, where he previously served in a
       similar academic role for over two years. He has 
       considerable industry experience in fund management, as 
       well as a diverse teaching and research background. His 
       research focuses on capital markets in Islamic and 
       emerging economies 
650  0 Macroeconomics|xReligious aspects|xIslam 
650  0 Economics|xReligious aspects|xIslam 
650  0 Finance|xReligious aspects|xIslam 
650 14 Economics 
650 24 Macroeconomics/Monetary Economics/Financial Economics 
700 1  Alam, Nafis,|eeditor 
700 1  Rizvi, Syed Aun R.,|eeditor 
710 2  SpringerLink (Online service) 
773 0  |tSpringer eBooks 
830  0 Palgrave CIBFR studies in Islamic finance 
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