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GLOBAL NEED FOR A NEW ECONOMIC CONCEPT:
ISLAMIC ECONOMICS

Saima Akbar Ahmed

2

ISLAMIC JUSTIFICATION OF DERIVATIVE INSTRUMENTS

Ali Salehabadi & Mohammad Aram

3

THE OFFSHORE SERVICES INDUSTRY IN THE CARIBBEAN:
A CONCEPTUAL AND SUB-REGIONAL ANALYSIS

Nand C. Bardouille

4

THE ROLE OF KHIYAR AL-‘AYB IN
AL-BAY’ BITHAMAN AJIL FINANCING

Saiful Azhar Rosly , Mahmood Sanusi
and Norhashimah Mohd Yasin

5

ECONOMIC RATIONALE FOR THE STATE COLLECTION
OF ZAKAH

Zafar Iqbal

6

NURTURED BY ‘KUFR1 ’: THE WESTERN PHILOSOPHICAL
ASSUMPTIONS UNDERLYING CONVENTIONAL
(ANGLO-AMERICAN) ACCOUNTING

Shahul Hameed Mohamed Ibrahim .

7

TRIBUTE (KHARAJ) AS A TAX ON LAND IN ISLAM

M. Zarra Nezhad

8

INTEREST AND THE MODERN ECONOMY

ARSHAD ZAMAN and ASAD ZAMAN

9

ISLAMIC ECONOMIC THOUGHT AND
THE NEW GLOBAL ECONOMY

M. UMER CHAPRA

10

FINANCING MICROENTERPRISES: AN ANALYTICAL
STUDY OF ISLAMIC MICROFINANCE INSTITUTIONS

HABIB AHMED

11

THE 1997-98 FINANCIAL CRISIS IN MALAYSIA:
CAUSES, RESPONSE, AND RESULTS†

ZUBAIR HASAN

12

ISLAM AND DEVELOPMENT REVISITED WITH
EVIDENCES FROM MALAYSIA

ATAUL HUQ PRAMANIK

13

ZAKAH ACCOUNTING AND AUDITING: PRINCIPLES,
RULES AND EXPERIENCE IN PAKISTAN

MUHAMMAD AKRAM KHAN

14

THE 1997-98 FINANCIAL CRISIS IN MALAYSIA:
CAUSES, RESPONSE, AND RESULTS − A REJOINDER

ZUBAIR HASAN

15

PRE-REQUISITES FOR EFFECTIVE INTEGRATION
OF ZAKAH INTO MAINSTREAM ISLAMIC
FINANCIAL SYSTEM IN MALAYSIA

ABDUL RAHIM ABDUL RAHMAN

16

income distriubtion and economic growth:evidence from islamic republic of iran

sadeq bakhtiari ,hosein meisami and mohamad soleimani

17

An empirical investigation
of the effects of health and
education on income distribution
and poverty in Islamic countries

Sadegh Bakhtiari,Hossein Meisami

18

AN EXPLORATORY STUDY OF IJARAH ACCOUNTING
PRACTICES IN MALAYSIAN FINANCIAL INSTITUTIONS

Ros Aniza Mohd. Shariff
Abdul Rahim Abdul Rahman

19

EVOLUTION OF EURO: LESSONS FOR MUSLIM COUNTRIES

Muhammad Anwar

20

EVOLUTION OF EURO: LESSONS FOR MUSLIM COUNTRIES

Muhammad Anwar

21

A Brief History of Money in
Islam and Estimating the Value
of Dirham and Dìn´r

M. Zarra Nezhad

22

A Note on Regulation of
Markets in Islamic Perspective:
An Institutional Approach

Ausaf Ahmad

23

An Empirical Analysis of Islamic
Bond Selection by Individual
Dealers: Evidence from Malaysia

Kamisan Gadar andRodney Wilson

24

An Islamic Critique of the
Capital Adequacy Requirement
in Basle II as a Neo-Liberal
Agency Underlying Capitalist
Globalization

Masudul Alam Choudhury

25

AWARENESS OF AAOIFI ACCOUNTING STANDARDS IN THE
KINGDOM OF SAUDI ARABIA

Sultan Al-Abdullatif

26

Commodity Murabahah Programme (CMP):
An Innovative Approach to Liquidity Management

Dr. Asyraf Wajdi Dusuki

27

Contemplating an Islamic
Theory of Justice: Situating
Tradition Amidst Modernity

Zafar Iqbal

28

Democracy, Economic
Development and Maqasid
Al-Shari[ah

Murat Çizakça

29

Developing the Islamic Capital
Market and Creating Liquidity

Stella Cox

30

DEVELOPMENT OF LIQUIDITY MANAGEMENT INSTRUMENTS:
CHALLENGES AND OPPORTUNITIES

Abdul Rais Abdul Majid

31

ECONOMIC RATIONALE FOR THE STATE COLLECTION
OF ZAKAH

Zafar Iqbal

32

ETHICAL INVESTMENT: EMPIRICAL EVIDENCE
FROM FTSE ISLAMIC INDEX

KHALED A. HUSSEIN

33

ETHICS AND EFFICIENCY IN ISLAMIC
STOCK MARKETS

Mohammed Obaidullah

34

Fifty Years of Malaysian
Economic Development: Policies
and Achievements

Zubair Hasan

35

FINANCING BUILD, OPERATION AND TRANSFER (BOT)
PROJECTS:THE CASE OF ISLAMIC INSTRUMENT

TARIQULLAH KHAN

36

Fiscal Decentralization and
Economic Growth Nexus:
Evidence from Province-level
Cross-section Data for Indonesia

Abd. Ghafar B. Ismail andMuhammad Zilal Hamzah

37

GLOBAL NEED FOR A NEW ECONOMIC CONCEPT:
ISLAMIC ECONOMICS

Saima Akbar Ahmed

38

How Attractive Is A Shari’ah Index Fund?

Mohd Mahyudi Mohd Yusop

39

Iktinazand Islamic Monetary
Policy

Ahmad F. Oran

40

Implementation of the Islamic Letter of Credit
in International Trade

Dr. Ahcene Lahsasna

41

Individual Freedom and Social
Control: Human Nature
Revisited: A Review Article

Ismail Sirageldin

42

Information-Communication
Technology and Economic
Growth in Malaysia

Mudiarasan Kuppusamy andBala Shanmugam

43

INTEREST AND THE MODERN ECONOMY

ARSHAD ZAMAN and ASAD ZAMAN

44

ISLAM AND DEVELOPMENT REVISITED WITH
EVIDENCES FROM MALAYSIA

ATAUL HUQ PRAMANIK

45

ISLAMIC AND CONVENTIONAL BANKING IN THE NINETIES: A
COMPARATIVE STUDY

MUNAWAR IQBAL

46

ISLAMIC BUSINESS CONTRACTS, AGENCY PROBLEM
AND THE THEORY OF THE ISLAMIC FIRM

Md. Abdul Awwal Sarker

47

ISLAMIC ECONOMIC THOUGHT AND
THE NEW GLOBAL ECONOMY

M. UMER CHAPRA

48

ISLAMIC LAW, ADAPTABILITY AND
FINANCIAL DEVELOPMENT

HABIB AHMED

49

Islamic Mutual Funds: How Do They Compare with
Other Religiously - Based and Ethically - Based
Mutual Funds?

Prof. Wafica Ghoul

50

Islamic Political Economy:
Contrasting Paradigms Between
Democracy and Political
Participation in Islam

Masudul Alam Choudhury and Mohammad Ziaul Hoque

51

Microcrediting in Islam: Islamic Micro-Financial
Institutions

Edib Smolo

52

Micro-Money and Real
Economic Relationship in the
100 per cent Reserve
Requirement Monetary System

Masudul Alam Choudhury

53

NURTURED BY ‘KUFR1
’: THE WESTERN PHILOSOPHICAL
ASSUMPTIONS UNDERLYING CONVENTIONAL
(ANGLO-AMERICAN) ACCOUNTING

Shahul Hameed Mohamed Ibrahim

54

OrganisedTawarruqin Islamic Law:
A Study of OrganisedTawarruqas Practised
in the Financial Institutions in Saudi Arabia

Salah Fahd al - Shalhoob

55

Political Corruption and its
Implications for Development in
the Arab World

Ataul Haq Pramanik

56

Securitization: An Important
Recipe for Islamic Banks Ð
A Survey

Faizal Ahmad Manjoo

57

SUKUKMARKET:
INNOVATIONS AND CHALLENGES

MUHAMMAD AL-BASHIR MUHAMMAD AL-AMINE

58

The Application of al-Qawā
id al-Fiqhiyyahin the Area of
Islamic Economics

Assoc. Prof. Mahmood M. Sanusi

59

THE APPLICATION OF BAY’ AL-‘INAH AND BAY’ AL-DAYN IN
MALAYSIAN ISLAMIC BONDS: AN ISLAMIC ANALYSIS

Saiful Azhar Rosly & Mahmood M. Sanusi

60

The Challenges of Realizing Maqasid al-Shari`ah in
Islamic Banking and Finance

Dr. Abdulazeem Abozaid

61

The Collection of Waqf through
Insurance Companies: A Critical
Analysis of the Malaysian
Experience

Ashraf bin Md. Hashim

62

The Gold Dinar: The Next
Component in Islamic Economics,
Banking and Finance

Ahamed Kameel Mydin Meera andMoussa Larbani

63

THE ISLAMIC BONDS MARKET: POSSIBILITIES
AND CHALLENGES

Muhammad al-Bashir Muhammad al-Amine

64

THE NATURE OF RIBA IN ISLAM

                          M. Umer Chapra

65

THE OFFSHORE SERVICES INDUSTRY IN THE CARIBBEAN:
A CONCEPTUAL AND SUB-REGIONAL ANALYSIS

Nand C. Bardouille

66

Theories of Profit and a Juristic
Understanding of Legitimate
Entitlement to Profit

Muhammed Imran Ismail

67

THEORY OF THE FIRM, MANAGEMENT AND
STAKEHOLDERS: AN ISLAMIC PERSPECTIVE

TOSEEF AZID
and

MEHMET ASUTAY
and
UMAR BURKI

68

TRIBUTE (KHARAJ)AS A TAX ON LAND IN ISLAM

M. Zarra Nezhad

69

Ummatic Globalization
Versus Neoclassical Capitalist
Globalization: Formalism and
Application

Masudul Alam Choudhury,
 Mubarak Al-Ghamdi
 And
 Yakubu Umar

70

Waqfthrough Sukuk Al-Intifa’a: A Proposed Generic
Model

Muhamad Kholid
Raditya Sukmana
Kamal Abdul Kareem Hassan
 

71

ZAKAHACCOUNTING AND AUDITING: PRINCIPLES,
RULES AND EXPERIENCE IN PAKISTAN

MUHAMMAD AKRAM KHAN

72

ربا القروض النتاجیه و الاستهلاکیه

Dr. Radwan Jamal al – Atrash
Dr. Ahmad Asad Mahmoud Ibrahim

 

 

 

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