Edited by:Zamir Iqbal, Tarik Akin, Nabil Maghrebi and Abbas Mirakhor
De Gruyter Oldenbourg
Islamic Economics and Finance is regarded as a discipline at the work-in-progress stage, it is important that progress is set to continue on solid platforms. One such platform is the analytical framework with issues related to Islamic law, jurisprudence, and beliefs. The principal objective of this Handbook is to probe and bring some clarity to the debate on certain questions that are essentially analytical and empirical in nature.
Collection of analytical studies that despite their importance still occupy a limited space in the literature on Islamic economics and finance
Advanced-level reference for graduate students and researchers
Z. Iqbal, Islamic Development Bank; T. Akin, University of Oxford, UK; Nabil El Maghrebi, Wakayama University, Japan; A. Mirakhor