Basic educational resources, from sources of Islamic finance to Capital, Entrepreneurship and Islam.
Comprehensive sukuk study resources, with structure diagrams, detailed overview of structures, key features of the underlying structure, required documentation, related structures and market developments.
The concepts of musharakah and mudarabah are an ideal alternative for the interest-based financing with far reaching effects on both production and distribution.
Most of the Islamic banks and financial institutions are using murabahah as an Islamic mode of financing, and most of their financing operations are based on murabahah.
Ijarah is a term of Islamic fiqh. Lexically, it means ‘to give something on rent’. In the Islamic jurisprudence, the term ‘ijarah’ is used for two different situations.
This section contains the economic teachings of the Prophet Muhammad (PBUH).
As defined by Dr. Umar Chapra, Islamic economics is a "branch of knowledge which helps to realize human well–being through an allocation and distribution of scarce resources that is in conformity with Islamic teachings without unduly curbing individual freedom or creating continued macroeconomic and ecological imbalances.”
Legal frameworks implemented by Muslim governments and Shari'ah resources will be found in this section.
This paticular section provides resources on the operations of Islamic banks, central banks and services provides by these institutions.
In this section the key modes of financing, from house to project financing, are explored. Moreover, we look at cases where clients are not willing to share profits, secrecy and dishonesty.
Both Salam and Istisna are sales of a special nature, and in this section, the concept of these two kinds of sale and the extent to which they can be used for the purpose of financing will be explained.
The word takaful is derived from the Arabic verb kafala which simply means to take care of one’s need. We explore concepts behind takaful and the key models: Wakalah Model; Mudarabah Model; Hybrid Model; Waqf Model.
The term “Islamic Investment Fund” in this chapter means a joint pool wherein the investors contribute their surplus money for the purpose of its investment to earn halal profits in strict conformity with the precepts of Islamic Shariah.
This sections provides resources on economic development and its importnace in reducing poverty and generating the resources necessary for human development and environmental restoration.
This section brings together other educational resources and materials for students, teachers and professionals.