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From the Publisher
"The volume presents in a clear and convincing fashion the internal debates and developments from which Islamic Finance emerges as being as much indebted to a classical tradition of Islamic jurisprudence as to identity politics and the modern political and ideological constructs of the emerging modern Islamic nation-states."
--Peter Petkoff, Oxford Journal of Law and Religion
This book is one of the most detailed analyses of different aspects of Islamic finance from the legal and regulatory perspectives."
--Umar A. Oseni, European Journal of Law and Economics
"As yet however, there are apparently not that many specialist books on the subject in Western languages - hence the timeliness of this carefully researched book."
--Phillip Taylor MBE and Elizabeth Taylor, Richmond Green Chambers