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- Islamic Finance and Law
- Erleuchtet in ein neues Jahr
- Islamic banking and finance
- An Introduction to Islamic Finance: Theory and Practice
Islamic Finance and Law
The Qur'an prohibits riba , which literally means "increase". Technically riba is the increase when liquid or fungible assets cash, debt, grains, etc. In the late 20th century, as part of the revival of Islamic identity,  [Note 1] a number of Islamic banks formed to apply these principles to private or semi-private commercial institutions within the Muslim community. The industry has been lauded for returning to the path of "divine guidance" in rejecting the "political and economic dominance" of the West,  and noted as the "most visible mark" of Islamic revivalism,  its most enthusiastic advocates promise "no inflation, no unemployment, no exploitation and no poverty" once it is fully implemented. Although Islamic finance contains many prohibitions—such as on consumption of alcohol, gambling, uncertainty, etc. According to Islamic economists Choudhury and Malik, the elimination of interest followed a "gradual process" in early Islam, "culminating" with a "fully fledged Islamic economic system" under Caliph Umar CE.
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It seems that you're in Germany. We have a dedicated site for Germany. Authors: Mills , P. Given the propensity of the world financial system to crisis, this book explores the radical alternative put forward by Islamic and Western theories of non-interest banking. The Islamic critique of interest and early experiments with non-interest banking are assessed against the conventional theories regarding banking, company finance and macroeconomic stability. Whilst the experience of Islamic banking has proved inconclusive thus far, the theoretical model provides a cogent alternative to a financial system made fragile by debt contracts.
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Bringing together theoretical and practical aspects of capital markets, Islamic Capital Markets offers readers a comprehensive insight into the institutions, instruments, and regulatory framework that comprise Islamic capital markets. Also exploring ideas about money, central banking, and economic growth theory and their role in Islamic capital markets, the book provides students and practitioners with essential information about the analytical tools of Islamic capital markets, serves as a guide to investing in Islamic assets, and examines risk management and the structure of Islamic financial products. Author and Islamic finance expert Noureddine Krichene examines the development of leading Islamic capital markets, including Malaysia, looking at sukuks and stocks in detail and emphasizing valuation, duration, convexity, immunization, yield curves, forward rates, swaps, and risks. Analyzing stock markets, stock valuation, price-earnings ratio, market efficiency hypothesis, and equity premiums, the book addresses uncertainty in capital markets, portfolio diversification theory, risk-return trade-off, pricing of assets, cost of capital, derivatives and their role in hedging and speculation, the principle of arbitrage and replication, Islamic structured products, the financing of large projects, and more. Emphasizes both theoretical and practical aspects of capital markets, covering analytical concepts such as the theory of arbitrage, pricing of assets, capital market pricing model, Arrow-Debreu state prices, risk-neutral pricing, derivatives markets, hedging and risk management, and structured products.
Islamic Capital Markets: Theory and Practice. Editor(s). Noureddine Krichene. First published:2 January Print ISBN |Online.
Islamic banking and finance
Islamic capital markets theory and practice Noureddine Krichene. Author Krichene, Noureddine, author. Banks and banking -- Islamic countries.
It equips the reader with sound Islamic juristic methodologies in order to appreciate the workings of Islamic commercial law and also helps to contextualise the products and regulatory framework for expanding markets such as Australia. The book is also significant when considering the proximity of Australia to countries like Indonesia and Malaysia and its trade with them.
An Introduction to Islamic Finance: Theory and Practice
Pioneering works on the efficient market hypothesis and abnormalities are summarized in this literature section of the present study. These pioneering studies which are presented in chronological order are composed of the identification of the existence of abnormal return and comments regarding the efficient market hypothesis. In addition, it is observed that the studies on the validity of the efficient market hypothesis for Islamic markets are limited. Adjusted Returns : The difference between the return on financial assets and the return on the market.
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Posted by Jibril S Dec 12, economics 0. This part of the book deals with topics in Islamic finance. It has 14 chapters. Chapter 1 develops elements of capital theory deemed essential for understanding Islamic capital markets. Chapter 2 presents selection theory for a portfolio of risky securities.
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Islamic commercial and financial practice has not experienced the trial-and-error style of development that has characterised the development of the common law in the English-speaking world. Many of the principles, rules and practices prevalent in the Islamic law of contract, commerce, finance and property remain the same as those outlined by the Quran and the Prophet Muhammad, and expounded by scholars of jurisprudence as far back as the 13th century, despite the advancement in time and sophistication of commercial interaction. Hanaan Balala here demonstrates how, in order to bridge the gap between the principles outlined by the Quran and the Prophet in the 7th century and commercial practice in the 21st century, Islamic finance jurisdictions need to open themselves to learning from the experience including the mistakes of the English common law. It seeks to draw parallels and differences where appropriate to facilitate the growth and development of Islamic commercial and financial law globally. Introduction 2.