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I Have 25 Hours a Day

I Have 25 Hours a Day

This book is for those who have more things to do than the time to do them. This book is also ideal for those who always experience time deficits on a daily basis. Asked many times on how the author managed his time, he simply answered, “I don’t really manage my time; I simply created more time.” If you believe that time is technically expandable to provide the extra space for more goals to be accomplished, then this book is the book that you have long been looking for. You can make time expandable to your advantage.

Islamic Banking and Finance: An Integrative Approach

Islamic Banking and Finance: An Integrative Approach

The book aims to meet the needs of undergraduate students studying business and economics, though parts of it may be useful to guide students further along the learning curve. Apart from students, the book can also be used by professionals to refresh and update their knowledge and understanding on the subject, to help them carry out their responsibilities more efficiently. This book provides a comprehensive presentation of topics, including the theoretical foundations, financial instruments, banking operations, risk management, takaful, and issues relating to the law, regulation and governance. It integrates mainstream and Islamic perspectives to provide students with real-world financial structures and examples.

Islamic Finance: Ethics, Concepts, Practice

Islamic Finance: Ethics, Concepts, Practice

Islamic economic thought and finance are rooted in Islamic ethics. Their ideals and means are not, however, exclusive to Islam. The principles of Islamic finance emphasize market-based risk-sharing modes of financing that promote asset and enterprise, deploy finance in service of the real economy, and facilitate redistribution of wealth and opportunity. Modern Islamic financial practices, however, privilege legal form over economic substance, which creates an expectations gap between Islamic finance’s theory and practice. In the wake of the global financial crisis of 2007–2008, the ideas underlying Islamic finance appeal to those more concerned with the broader impact of finance on society.

Islamic Finance: Issues in Sukuk and Proposals for Reform

Islamic Finance: Issues in Sukuk and Proposals for Reform

This collection of essays brings together leading scholars and practitioners to discuss contemporary issues in the rapidly expanding sukuk market, and frankly debates the challenges facing it since the 2008 financial crisis. Highly recommended for practitioners, scholars, and students of Islamic finance.

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