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Contemporary Islamic Finance: Innovations, Applications, And Best Practices

Karen Hunt‐Ahmed
Published 2013 · Economics

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Acknowledgments xi 1 Introduction: Islamic Finance in the World Economy 1 Karen Hunt-Ahmed PART I The Contemporary Islamic Finance Landscape 2 Contemporary Islamic Economic Thought 19 Mohammad Omar Farooq 3 The Legal Framework of Islamic Finance 39 Cynthia Shawamreh 4 Globalization and Islamic Finance: Flows and Consciousness 63 Karen Hunt-Ahmed 5 Islamic Science and the Critique of Neoclassical Economic Theory 75 Waleed El-Ansary 6 Juristic Disagreement: The Collective Fatw Against Islamic Banking in Pakistan 103 Shoaib A. Ghias 7 Managing Liquidity Risk in Islamic Finance 121 Dr. Muhammad Al-Bashir Muhammad Al-Amine 8 Elements of Islamic Wealth Management 147 Paul Wouters 9 Suk k and the Islamic Capital Markets: An Introduction 165 Michael J. T. McMillen 10 Shari a-Compliant Mutual Funds 189 Monem Salam 11 The Evolution of Shari ah-Compliant Indexes and Why They Outperform Conventional Indexes over the Long Term 195 Tariq Al-Rifai 12 Takaful 203 Farrukh Siddiqui 13 Islamic Human Resources Practices 215 William Marty Martin 14 An Integrated Islamic Poverty Alleviation Model 223 Ali Ashraf and M. Kabir Hassan 15 How Does an Islamic Microfinance Model Play the Key Role in Poverty Alleviation? The European Perspective 245 Sabur Mollah and M. Hamid Uddin PART II Case Studies 16 Islamic Finance in an Almost Postcrisis and Postrevolutionary World: As in Politics, All Islamic Finance Is Local 257 Mark Smyth 17 Stepping Forward, Backward, or Just Standing Still? A Case Study in Shifting Islamic Financial Structures Offshore 267 Umar F. Moghul 18 Islamic Mortgages 283 David Loundy 19 Shari a Quality Rating 293 Nasir Ali Merchant 20 Islamic Mutual Funds Performance in Saudi Arabia 303 Hesham Merdad and M. Kabir Hassan 21 Shari ah-Compliant Real Estate Investment in the United States 323 John L. Opar 22 Risk and Derivatives in Islamic Finance: A Shariah Analysis 331 Dr. Muhammad Al-Bashir Muhammad Al-Amine 23 Islamic Microfinance 353 Blake Goud About the Editor 367 Index 369



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