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Islam and the challenges of Western capitalism / Murat Çizakça

By: Resource type: Ressourcentyp: Buch (Online)Book (Online)Language: English Series: Elgar research reviews in economics | Edward Elgar E-Book ArchivePublisher: Cheltenham : Edward Elgar Pub. Ltd, 2014Description: 1 Online-Ressource (XXIII, 535 S.)ISBN:
  • 9781784715823
Subject(s): Additional physical formats: 9781783478880 LOC classification:
  • HB501
DOI: DOI: 10.4337/9781784715823Online resources: Summary: This Research Review discusses the work of some of the finest minds in comparative economic / financial history and modern Islamic finance. It pinpoints articles that focus on the rise, the decline and the contemporary efforts to regenerate Islamic capitalism, the contribution of classical Muslim scholars to the history of economic thought, the institutions that translated these ideas into everyday life and whether these thoughts and institutions constitute a clash or a symbiosis of civilizations. The efforts of contemporary Muslim thinkers to design a modern Islamic economy are also carefully scrutinized. The review will be welcomed by all those with an historical or contemporary interest in Islamic studiesSummary: Magda Ismail A. Mohsin (2012), 'Waqf-shares: New Product to Finance Old Waqf Properties', Banks and Bank Systems, 7 (2), 72-8 -- Syed Othman Alhabshi and Shaikh Hamzah Shaikh Abdul Razak (2009), 'Takāful: Concept, History, Development, and Future Challenges of its Industry', Islam and Civilisational Renewal: Special Issue: The Global Financial Crisis, 1 (2), December, 276-91 -- Ashraf bin Md. Hashim (2007), 'The Collection of Waqf through Insurance Companies: A Critical Analysis of the Malaysian Experience', Review of Islamic Economics, 11 (1), 63-74 -- Muhammad Nejatullah Siddiqi (1993), 'An Overview of Public Borrowing in Early Islamic History', Review of Islamic Economics, 2 (2), 1-16 -- Yasemin Zöngür (2010), 'Comparison between Islamic and Conventional Securitization: A Survey', Review of Islamic Economics, 13 (2), 81-118 -- Murat Çizakça (2013), 'Proposal for Innovation in the Capital Markets: Esham', Global Islamic Finance Report, London, UK and Islamabad, Pakistan: Edbiz Consulting Limited, 91-3Summary: Recommended readings (Machine generated): Abbas Mirakhor (1987), 'Muslim Contribution to Economics', American Journal of Islamic Social Sciences, 4 (2), December, 81-113 -- Murat Çizakça (2013), How Civilizations Borrow Institutions From Each Other, paper submitted at the First International Conference on Globalization's Origins and the Great Divergence: Trading Networks and the Trajectory of Economic Institutions - Europe-Asia, 1500-2000, 29th-30th November, Paris, France: L'Ecole des Hautes en Sciences Sociales, 1-18 -- Murat Çizakça (2012), 'Long Term Causes of Decline of the Ottoman/Islamic Economies', in Francesco Ammannati (ed.), Religion and Religious Institutions in the European Economy, 1000-1800. Proceedings of the 'Quarantatreesima Settimana di Studi', 8th-12th March 2011, Florence, Italy: Firenze University Press, 361-76 -- Şevket Pamuk (2004), 'Institutional Change and the Longevity of the Ottoman Empire, 1500-1800', Journal of Interdisciplinary History, XXXV (2), Autumn, 225-47 -- M. Umer Chapra (1991), 'The Need for a New Economic System', Review of Islamic Economics, 1 (1), 9-47 -- Syed Othman Alhabshi (1987), 'The Role of Ethics in Economics and Business', Journal of Islamic Economics, 1 (1), August/ September, 1-15 -- Sai͏̈d Amir Arjomand (2009), 'The Constitution of Medina: A Sociolegal Interpretation of Muhammad's Acts of Foundation of the Umma', International Journal of Middle Eastern Studies, 41 (4), November, 555-75 -- Murat Çizakça (2007), 'Democracy, Economic Development and Maqāṣid al-Shar(̄Sl(B ̨ah', Review of Islamic Economics, 11 (1), 101-18 -- Murat Çizakça (2011), 'The lembaga urusan dan Tabung Haji: Financing the Modern Pilgrimage', in Islamic Capitalism and Finance: Origins, Evolution and the Future, Chapter 12, Cheltenham, UK and Northampton, MA: Edward Elgar Publishing Ltd, 207-26 -- Ann Elizabeth Mayer (1985), 'Islamic Banking and Credit Policies in the Sadat Era: The Social Origins of Islamic Banking in Egypt', Arab Law Quarterly, 1 (1), November, 32-50 -- Volker Nienhaus (2011), 'Islamic Finance Ethics and Shari'ah Law in the Aftermath of the Crisis: Concept and Practice of Shari'ah Compliant Finance', Ethical Perspectives, 18 (4), December, 591-623 -- Zubair Hasan (2010), 'Islamic Finance: The Structure-Objective Mismatch and its Consequences', ISRA International Journal of Islamic Finance, 2 (1), June, 35-60 -- Zeti Akhtar Aziz (2013), 'Financial Stability, Economic Growth and Development', IDB Prize Lecture on Islamic Finance, 27th November, Jeddah: Saudi Arabia -- Mufti Muhammad Taqi Usmani (2008), 'Looking for New Steps in Islamic Finance',, accessed on 3rd July 2013, 1-3 -- Obiyatulla Ismath Bacha (1997), 'Adapting Mudarabah Financing to Contemporary Realities: A Proposed Financing Structure', Accounting, Commerce and Finance: The Islamic Perspective, International Conference I, 1 (1), June, 26-54 -- Murat Çizakça (2000), 'Achievements of Venture Capital and its Potential in Emerging Markets with Specific Reference to Turkey', in Cemal Rodoplu (ed.), Türkiye'de Özel Finans Kurumları, Teori ve Uygulama, Istanbul, Turkey: Al Baraka Turk Participation Bank, 105-22 -- AbulKhair Jalaluddin (2007), 'Motivations of Australian Small Business Firms to Apply Profit-Loss Sharing Method of Finance', Review of Islamic Economics: Special Issue, 11, 53-66 -- Murat Çizakça (1998), 'Awqaf in History and its Implications for Modern Islamic Economies', Islamic Economic Studies, 6 (1), November, 43-70 -- Tunku Alina Alias (2012), 'Venture Capital Strategies in Waqf Fund Investment and Spending', ISRA International Journal of Islamic Finance, 4 (1), June, 99-126PPN: PPN: 1658096622Package identifier: Produktsigel: ZDB-1-EWE
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