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The Usurers: How Medieval Europe circumvented the Church’s ban on Usury

The Usurers: How Medieval Europe circumvented the Church’s ban on Usury
Some observers may see resemblances between the Medieval European methods of circumventing the Church’s ban on interest, and some financial structures utilized today by Islamic Banks.To be fair, while...
Nizar Alshubaily | July 11, 2019

Bank Specific Characteristics and Profitability of Islamic and Conventional Banks in Malaysia

Bank Specific Characteristics and Profitability of Islamic and Conventional Banks in Malaysia
Bank Specific Characteristics and Profitability of Islamic and Conventional Banks in MalaysiaIslamic banking

On the nexus between Stock Market Fluctuations and the Demand for Money in Saudi Arabia

On the nexus between Stock Market Fluctuations and the Demand for Money in Saudi Arabia
On the nexus between Stock Market Fluctuations and the Demand for Money in Saudi Arabia
Moayad Al Rasasi, PhD | June 30, 2019

Customers Perception on Islamic Bank Products (A Case Study of Islamic Bank "X")

Customers Perception on Islamic Bank Products (A Case Study of Islamic Bank "X")
Customers Perception on Islamic Bank Products (A Case Study of Islamic Bank "X")
Any Meilani | June 30, 2019

Sukuk Growth Comparison: Why Does Indonesia Lose With Malaysia?

Sukuk Growth Comparison: Why Does Indonesia Lose With Malaysia?
Sukuk Growth Comparison: Why Does Indonesia Lose With Malaysia?
M Fuad Hadziq | June 29, 2019

Reimagining Coco Bonds with Shariah based values

Reimagining Coco Bonds with Shariah based values
Based on a specified event a “Coco Bond” has a distinct attribute of being converted to equity. Hence they take a form of capital that support the institution in time of stress and satisfy regulatory...
Hashim Munir | June 24, 2019

Islamic Banking in India: An Overview

Islamic Banking in India: An Overview
Islamic Banking in India: An OverviewIslamic banking, Mal, Murabaha, Shariah, Sukuk, Takaful, Rub
Mahammad Shahid | June 23, 2019

Does a country’s external debt level affect its Islamic banking sector development? Evidence from Malaysia based on Quantile regression and Markov regime-switching

Does a country’s external debt level affect its Islamic banking sector development? Evidence from Malaysia based on Quantile regression and Markov regime-switching
Does a country’s external debt level affect its Islamic banking sector development? Evidence from Malaysia based on Quantile regression and Markov regime-switchingIslamic banking, Shariah, Sukuk
Mohammed Yaw Broni | June 16, 2019

Government Expenditure and Economic Growth in Saudi Arabia

Government Expenditure and Economic Growth in Saudi Arabia
Government Expenditure and Economic Growth in Saudi Arabia
Abdulelah Alrasheedy | June 15, 2019

Paper Money: What Constitutes Currency in Shariah?

Paper Money: What Constitutes Currency in Shariah?
Recent debates in social media still point to a level of unease about what constitutes currency in Shariah and doubts remain about paper money.Some claim that paper money is Haram, and insist that o...
Nizar Alshubaily | June 15, 2019