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Islamic financial economy and Islamic banking /

Additional authors: Choudhury, Masudul Alam, -- 1948- -- editor.
Series: Islamic business and finance series Published by : Routledge, (London ; | New York : ) Physical details: xiv, 259 pages ; 25 cm. ISBN:9781472438775 (hardback : alk. paper).
Subject(s): Banks and banking -- Religious aspects -- Islam. | Economics -- Islamic countries. | Economics -- Religious aspects -- Islam.
Year: 2016
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Includes bibliographical references and index.

Acknowledgment -- Prologue -- Introduction: the nature of Islamic financial economics in Tawhidi methodological framework -- The Tawhidi methodology with implication in Islamic economics as an embedded socio-scientific system contra-Islamic mainstream reasoning -- The philosophy of knowledge in Islam and its implications on the generality and specifics of the world-system -- Religion and social economics -- Appendix to chapter 3: non-parametric representation of what integration between economics and religions means in the evolutionary learning methodological worldview -- Generalized system view of Maqasid as-shariah -- The performance measures of Islamic banking based on the maqasid framework -- Shari'ah market in global implications -- A generalized islamic development-financing instrument -- The role of zakah in mainstream economic model -- Human potential, wellbeing and philanthropy: a philosophico-financial economic inquiry -- The Islamic panacea to global financial predicament : a new financial architecture -- Statistical appendix to chapter 10: data on critical financial crisis indicators -- Is there possibility for Islamic financial economics and islamic banking? (a post-orthodoxy criticism) -- Conclusion: islamisation of knowledge and education and its implication in Islamic financial economics.

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