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Comments on the Foundations of Taxation Policy. Collateral in Islamic Finance.
Required Rate of Return in an Islamic Economy. Monetary Policy in an Islamic Economy. Society and Cooperation in Islam: Mudarabah — Distribution of Profit. Islamic Tradition in Economics. Istisna — Time of Delivery.
Islamic Banking An Early Experiment: It is essentially meant to be a stand-alone standard in the sense that you can find as many relevant principles of Shariah on gold as possible in one standard.
To give two examples:. The Future — Vision Rights of the Seller. Waqfs During The Turkish Republic. A Summary on Poverty Alleviation Seminar. Supremacy of the Sharjah. Comments xaoifi Current Islamic Banking.
What to be Given to the Poor. Measures of Fiscal Policy in an Islamic Economy.
Accounting and Auditing Organization for Islamic Financial Institutions
Islamization of Finance Sector: In other Shariah Standards, many of the Shariah issues, if already covered by other Shariah Standards, will be straight-away referred to that Shariah Standard so that the reader may need to flip through relevant Shariah Standards to get what they need to know.
Leased Asset – Residual Value. Institutional Buildup at Grassroots. Cash Waqfs in India. Difference between Islam, Capitalism and Socialism.
Pakistan Supreme Court Challenges. Credit Systems for the Poor. Poverty in Developing Countries History of Cash Waqfs. Islamic Principles of Finance. Recommendations on Poverty Alleviation. Istisna Istisna as a mode of finance.
Money as Medium of Exchange. The Role of Islamic Banks.
Positive Time Preference as Basis for Discounting. Cash Waqfs in Egypt.
Loans Modes of Financing: Maliki Position Cash Waqf: Dynamics of Islamic Approach. The Variables and Nonvariables in Legal Thought.
Risk of Loss in Musharakah. Taxation of Waqfs in India.
AAOIFI Standards –
Non-bank Islamic Financial Intermediaries: Islamic Law of Contracts and Gharar. Model of Riba-Free Bank. Poverty in an International Context. Interest Riba in Islam. Gender and the Hudood Ordinances. Origins of International Law.
Takaful — Waqf Model. Centralization of the Waqf System.