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Once confined to OIC member states, Islamic finance is now widely practiced in 75 countries worldwide. It's growing popularity among OIC as well as non-OIC economies is reflected in a growth rate at least double and up to four times (according to different estimates) that of conventional banking and finance.
Islamic Business: Contemporary Issues and Economic Development explore the loopholes in the current global financial and economic system. This book highlights the advantages of the Islamic system in averting disasters and the feasibility of adopting alternative exchange rate arrangements to promote greater trade integration and macroeconomic performance.
Table of contents
Chapter 1 Islamic Banking & Finance: A Viable Alternative to a Flawed Global System
Chapter 2 Monetary Union among Islamic Economies: Do Conditions Favour the Gold Dinar as Common Currency?
Chapter 3 Islamic Financial Accounting: Developing the Discipline
Chapter 4 Financial Derivatives: Permissibility in Shari'ah System
Chapter 5 Capital Markets: Islamic Versus Conventional
Chapter 6 ASEAN Islamic Banks: Level of Efficiency and Productivity
Chapter 7 Taxation and Tax Incentives: Application in an Islamic Economy
Chapter 8 Attracting FDI: Issues & Challenges for Islamic Banking
Chapter 9 The Islamic Market: Key Challenges to Effective Marketing
Chapter 10 Islamic Deposit Products: Motivation and Preferences of Customers
Chapter 11 Islamic Versus Non-Islamic Societies: Comparing Life, Work Values and Job Satisfaction
Chapter 12 Shari'ah Law: Application in Islamic Banking and Finance