4 edition of Islamic law and finance found in the catalog.
|Statement||edited by Chibli Mallat ; with an introduction by W.M. Ballentyne.|
|Contributions||Mallat, Chibli., University of London. Centre of Near and Middle Eastern Studies., University of London. School of Oriental and African Studies. Dept. of Law.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xiv, 196 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||196|
|LC Control Number||88024337|
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This book provides an overview of the practice of Islamic finance and the historical roots that define its modes of operation. The focus of the book is analytical and forward-looking. It shows that Islamic finance exists mainly as a form of rent-seeking legal-arbitrage. In every aspect of finance - from personal loans to investment banking, and from market structure to corporate governance.
The book explores company, contract, and some elements of tax law and traces the impact it has had on the development of Islamic banking in the UK, before going on to argue that the current legal and regulatory framework which affects the Islamic banking sector has on certain occasions had an unintended adverse impact on Islamic banking in the UK.
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That is an overstatement, insofar as risk and its transfer by mutual consent are. : Islamic Law and Finance: Religion, Risk, and Return (Arab and Islamic Laws Series, 16) (): Frank E.
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There have been significant devlopments in the evolution of Islamic Law with respect to the family especially in those countries where the Shari'a tradition is influential. The aim of this book is to cover the current research into the most challenging areas of Islamic family law. The articles which are included are central to the interests of influential groups in many Islamic countries and.
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Muslims believe the Quran to be the direct words of Allah, as revealed to and transmitted by the Prophet Muhammad. All sources of Islamic law must be in essential agreement with the Quran, the most fundamental source of Islamic knowledge.
The Quran is therefore regarded as the definitive authority on matters of Islamic law and practice. It is. This book provides an overview of the practice of Islamic finance and the historical roots that define its modes of operation. The focus of the book is analytical and forward-looking.
It shows that Islamic finance exists mainly as a form of rent-seeking legal-arbitrage. In every aspect of finance - from personal loans to investment banking, and from market structure to corporate governance.
Islamic Finance © The CFA Institute Research Foundation 3 • discusses Islamic economic thought and highlights its pertinence for Islamic finance, • explains the major elements of Islamic law and prohibitions concerning Islamic finance, • addresses the use of “nominate” contracts and promises in structuring Islamic finance products, • touches on regulatory issues.
The NOOK Book (eBook) of the Islamic Finance: Law and Practice by David Eisenberg at Barnes & Noble. FREE Shipping on $35 or more. Due to COVID, orders may be : Craig Nethercott. Sharia law differentiates Islamic finance from conventional finance.
The Islamic financial system is constructed on economic concepts specified by sharia — a code of conduct that guides Muslims (the followers of Islam) in social, economic, and political matters. Sharia promotes balance and justice and discourages behaviors of excess.
Some of the core ideas promoted by [ ]. Rethinking Islamic Finance: Markets, Regulations and Islamic Law 1st Edition. Ayesha Bhatti, Saad Azmat Decem Islamic finance’s phenomenal growth owes to the Shariah compliant nature of its financial instruments. Shariah forbids the charging of interest (Riba) and instead promulgates risk-sharing and trade-based modes of financing.
Islamic Finance Principles). Istisna'a and Ijara The most common form of Islamic project finance structures for large, longer-term financings (for example, infrastructure, power projects, transport equipment and so on) is the procurement (Istisna'a) and forward lease.
Islamic finance’s phenomenal growth owes to the Shariah compliant nature of its financial instruments. Shariah forbids the charging of interest (Riba) and instead promulgates risk-sharing and trade-based modes of financing. The Islamic financial industry has Author: Ayesha Bhatti, Saad Azmat.
Book Review for The Art of Riba-Free Islamic Banking and Finance () by Dr. Yahia Abdul-Rahman By: *Camille Paldi Founder of the Ethical Finance Forum This book is a fascinating account of the journey of Dr. Yahia Abdul-Rahman and his family in their journey to America from Egypt in in his pursuit.
A concise study of the practices in Islamic commercial law. Filling a gap in the current literature, Islamic Commercial Law is the only book available that combines the theory and practice of Islamic commercial law in an English-language text.
From the experts at the International Islamic University Malaysia, the book examines the source materials in the Qur'an and Hadith, and highlights the. "Islamic Finance" published on by Oxford University Press.
Islamic Finance: Law and Practice is the best comprehensive treatment of Islamic financial law to date. All practitioners in the industry would be well advised to regularly consult this work.
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The focus of the book is analytical and forward-looking. It shows that Islamic finance exists mainly as a form of rent-seeking : Laurel Davis.
Islamic Finance For Dummies helps experienced investors and new entrants into Islamic finance quickly get up to speed on this growing financial book adresses the risks and rewards in Islamic banking and highlights the future prospects and opportunities of the Islamic finance industry.
This book offers the fasest and easy way to tap into the booming Islamic finance if. Islamic Law (Sharia) Sharia, or sharia law, is the Islamic legal system derived from the religious precepts of Islam, particularly the Quran and the Hadith.
The term sharia comes from the Arabic language term sharīʿah, Arabic: شريعة which means a body of moral and religious law derived from religious prophecy, as opposed to human.
Islamic finance is a global financial system that complies with sharia (Islamic law) — a code of conduct that guides all aspects of Muslim life.
Sharia prohibits certain elements that are common in conventional finance, such as interest and speculation. As the world’s Muslim population increases, the demand for Islamic financial firms and products is [ ].
With original chapters written by prominent academics, senior lawyers and practitioners in the global Islamic finance industry, this book serves as the first standalone pioneering reference work on fintech in Islamic finance. It also, for the first time, examines the position of Islamic law on.
Islamic Finance and Law: Theory and Practice in a Globalized World (International Library of Economics) Maha-Hanaan Balala. Many of the principles prevalent in modern Islamic contract law and commercial practice remain the same as those outlined by the Qur'an and the Prophet Muhammad, and expounded by scholars of jurisprudence as far back as.
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This book explains the paradox of a system rooted in the medieval era thriving in the global ge is exhaustively comprehensive, defining Islamic finance in its broadest sense to include banks, mutual funds, securities firms and insurance (or takaful) : Samet Tatar.
Islamic Banking & Finance Law is written with the principal objective of equipping readers with an understanding of the concepts and applications of Islamic banking and finance law with special emphasis on the practical application of Islamic banking and finance law in the provision of deposit accounts, credit and other banking facilities.
Islamic Economics & Finance; Islamic & Middle Eastern History; Islamic Law; Islamic Literature; Islamic Philosophy; Islamic Politics; Language & Linguistics.
Filter by Book Type: Availability: Open Access only: 12 Item(s) Sort By. Show. per page. View as: Modern Hadith Studies. Edited by Belal. Alternative Titles: Islamic law, Sharia, Syariah law Sharīʿah, also spelled Sharia, the fundamental religious concept of Islam —namely, its law.
The religious law of Islam is seen as the expression of God’s command for Muslims and, in application, constitutes a system of duties that are incumbent upon all Muslims by virtue of their.
Islamic Finance Law and Practice Edited by Craig Nethercott and David Eisenberg. The most comprehensive and practical guide to Islamic finance transactions; Includes detailed discussion and analysis of the negotiation and structure involved in Islamic finance contracts.
He is currently teaching Islamic Law at Paris VIII University and Catholic Institute of Paris, France. He is also an associate researcher in Islamic Finance at CEFN at Paris I University (Panthéon-Sorbonne), France. He is an author of many articles on Islamic finance.
He published a book on Islamic mutual funds and has submitted two books on. Financial transactions and the Islamic theory of obligations and contracts / Nabil Saleh --Towards a system of Islamic finance in Malaysia / Jane Connors --The debate on riba and interest in twentieth century jurisprudence / Chibli Mallat --The progress of Islamic banking: the case of Iran and Pakistan / Abbas Mirakhor --Current thought on.
Book Review on Islamic finance: law, economics and practice by Mahmoud A. El-Gamal Article (PDF Available) January with Reads How we measure 'reads'.Pataudi House, New DelhiIndia [email protected] ☎ +/51 Timings 9AM-6PM, Mon-Sat.This book explores the tensions between the religious and legal principles of Islamic finance and Islamic banking in practice.
It does not limit itself to a legal discussion and presents a truly interdisciplinary and intercultural dialogue between lawyers, theologians, and economists with roots in academia and practice.