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ISBN-13: 9781843763130
Publisher: Elgar, Edward Publishing, Inc.
Publication date: 09/01/2007
Series: The International Library of Critical Writings in Economics Series
Pages: 704

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Edited by M. Kabir Hassan, Professor, University of New Orleans, US and Mervyn K. Lewis, Emeritus Professor, University of South Australia, Adelaide and Emeritus Fellow, Academy of the Social Sciences in Australia

Table of Contents

Contents:


Acknowledgements


Introduction M. Kabir Hassan and Mervyn K. Lewis


PART I THE PROHIBITION OF INTEREST

1. Imad Ahmad (1982), ‘Islamic Social Thought’

2. Fazlur Rahman (1964), ‘Riba and Interest’

3. Muhammad Akram Khan (1983), ‘Riba in Contemporary Literature’

4. Khurshid Ahmad (1994), ‘Elimination of Riba: Concept and Problems. Response to the Supreme Court Questionnaire’

5. Izzud-Din Pal (1994), ‘Pakistan and the Question of Riba’

6. M. Fahim Khan (1991), ‘Time Value of Money and Discounting in Islamic Perspective’

7. Timur Kuran (1995), ‘Islamic Economics and the Islamic Subeconomy’

8. M. Umer Chapra (2000), ‘Is it Necessary to Have Islamic Economics?’


PART II PRINCIPLES OF ISLAMIC BANKING

9. Ingo Karsten (1982), ‘Islam and Financial Intermediation’

10. B.A. Bashir (1983), ‘Portfolio Management of Islamic Banks: “Certainty Model”’

11. Moshin S. Khan (1986), ‘Islamic Interest-Free Banking: A Theoretical Analysis’

12. John R. Presley and John G. Sessions (1994), ‘Islamic Economics: The Emergence of a New Paradigm’

13. Talla Al-Deehani, Rifaat Ahmed Abdel Karim and Victor Murinde (1999), ‘The Capital Structure of Islamic Banks under the Contractual Obligation of Profit Sharing’

14. Muhammad Nejatullah Siddiqi (2000), ‘Islamic Banks: Concept, Precept and Prospects’


PART III ACCOUNTING AND REGULATORY ISSUES

15. Cyril Tomkins and Rif’at Ahmed ‘Abdul Karim (1987), ‘The Shari’ah and its Implications for Islamic Financial Analysis: An Opportunity to Study Interactions Among Society, Organization, and Accounting’

16. Rifaat Ahmed Abdel Karim (1990), ‘The Independence of Religious and External Auditors: The Case of Islamic Banks’

17. Luca Errico and Mitra Farahbaksh (2001), ‘Islamic Banking: Issues in Prudential Regulations and Supervision’

18. Dadang Muljawan, Humayon A. Dar and Maximilian J.B. Hall (2004), ‘A Capital Adequacy Framework for Islamic Banks: The Need to Reconcile Depositors' Risk Aversion with Managers' Risk Taking’


PART IV ISLAMIC INSTITUTIONS

19. Syed Khalid Rashid (1993), ‘Islamization of Insurance – a Religio-Legal Experiment in Malaysia’

20. Muhammad Anwar (1994), ‘Comparative Study of Insurance and Takafol (Islamic Insurance)’

21. Murat Çizakça (1998), ‘Awqaf in History and its Implications for Modern Islamic Economies’

22. Rajesh K. Aggarwal and Tarik Yousef (2000), ‘Islamic Banks and Investment Financing’

23. Habib Ahmed (2002), ‘Financing Microenterprises: An Analytical Study of Islamic Microfinance Institutions’


PART V DEVELOPMENTS IN ISLAMIC FINANCING

24. Abbas Mirakhor (1996), ‘Cost of Capital and Investment in a Non-Interest Economy’

25. Mohammad Obaidullah (1998), ‘Financial Engineering with Islamic Options’

26. Mahmoud A. El-Gamal (1999), ‘Involving Islamic Banks in Central Bank Open Market Operations’

27. Sami Al-Suwailem (1999, 2000), ‘Towards an Objective Measure of Gharar in Exchange’

28. Muhammed-Shahid Ebrahim (2000), ‘Pricing Asset Backed Islamic Financial Instruments’


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