The Politics of Islamic Finance

The Politics of Islamic Finance

by Clement Henry
     
 

ISBN-10: 0748618376

ISBN-13: 9780748618378

Pub. Date: 05/19/2004

Publisher: Edinburgh University Press

Political scientists, economists, and historians explore the slow but steady accumulation of Islamic capital. Case studies include Sudan, Kuwait, Jordan, Turkey, Tunisia, and Egypt.  See more details below

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Political scientists, economists, and historians explore the slow but steady accumulation of Islamic capital. Case studies include Sudan, Kuwait, Jordan, Turkey, Tunisia, and Egypt.

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9780748618378
Publisher:
Edinburgh University Press
Publication date:
05/19/2004
Edition description:
New Edition
Pages:
312
Product dimensions:
6.14(w) x 9.21(h) x 1.00(d)
Age Range:
18 Years

Table of Contents

Table of ContentsIntroductionClement Henry and Rodney WilsonPart I - Thematic Essays 1. Islamic Banks: The Rise of A New Power Alliance of Wealth and Shari'ah Scholarship, by Monzer Kahf2. Global Politics, Islamic Finance and Islamist Politics Before and After September 11, 2001, by Ibrahim Warde3. The Murabaha Syndrome in Islamic Finance: Laws, Institutions and Politics, by Tarik Yousef4. Marketing Commodities Does Not Happen on Commodity Markets: The Egyptian Bursat al-'Uqud and Oil Futures Markets, by Ellis Goldberg5. Financial Performances of Islamic versus Conventional Banks, by Clement Henry6. Capital Flight through Islamic Managed Funds, by Rodney WilsonPart II - Case Studies 7. Interest Politics: Islamic Finance in the Sudan 1977-2001, by Endre Stiansen8. The Kuwait Finance House and the Islamization of Public Life in Kuwait, by Kristin Smith9. Jordan: A Case Study of the Relationship between Islamic Finance and Islamist Politics, by Mohammed Malley10. The Political Economy of Islamic Finance in Turkey: The Role of Fethullah Gulen and Asya Finans, by Filiz Baskan11. Aiyyu Bank Islami? The Marginalization of Tunisia's BEST Bank, by Robert Parks12. The Rise and Decline of the Islamic Banking Model in Egypt, by Samir SolimanConclusion

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