Research Paper On Islamic Finance In India
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Islamic Banking and Finance
This 12 page paper looks at Islamic banking and finance. This 12 page paper looks at the history and development of Islamic banking and finance, the characteristics of the Islamic banking, the different types of products that are available as well as the regulation of the industry in the UAE and the challenges and potential within the industry. The bibliography cites 11 sources.
This 12 page paper gives an in-depth overview of Islamic banking. The paper looks at the history and development of Islamic banking in recent times, the major characteristics of Islamic banking, gives a description of the different financial products and financial instruments which are utilised, considers the banking regulations, the strategic and competitive issues faced by Islamic banks and finishes with recommendations for an existing or new international Islamic bank. The bibliography cites 12 sources.
A Proposal for the Development of a Micro-Financing Strategy for Egypt Which Is Compliant with Islamic Laws
Egypt is a poor nation, which may benefit significantly from an expansion of micro-financing provision. The writer examines the way in which Islamic micro-financing may be developed and utilized in the country. The paper starts by examining the concept of micro-financing, and the requirements which would be necessary to satisfy Shariah law. The writer then undertakes an assessment of micro-financing strategies in Jordan then examined in order to identify transferable lessons. The paper ends with a proposal for an implementation strategy. Twenty four sources are cited in the bibliography of this 27 page paper.
Islamic Militarism Since 600 A.D.
A 5 page research paper that discusses the history of Islamic militarism. One hears a great deal, in this age of Islamic terrorism, about how the Muslim instigators of indiscriminant violence are not true "Muslims." However, an overview of Islamic militarism shows that, as with Christianity, violence and aggression are integral to Islamic history and that this history very much pertains to the current situation. The writer first discusses Islamic militarism, beginning in 600 A.D. and continuing to the Crusades and then relates this militaristic tradition to Islamic belief and current terrorism. Bibliography lists 3 sources.