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  • Authors: Vicary Abdullah, Daud; Askari, Hossein; Mirakhor, Abbas (2015)

  • Economic and financial crimes, defined generally as crimes against property, have been increasing rapidly in recent years. In the 2014 Global Economic Crime Survey it is noted that among the 5,000 business organisations across the world responding, 37 percent report being victims of economic crime, up from 30 percent in 2009. No country, society, culture or community has been immune. The financial crisis focused attention on elite white-collar crimes while empirical research was pointing to another alarming development: “the everyday crimes of the middle class”, committed by those “[...} at the very core of contemporary society” (Karstedt and Farrall, 2007).

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  • Authors: Omar, Mohd Noor (2017)

  • Conventional monetary system entrenched Islamic banking and finance from being independent on its notion. Islamization of conventional monetary system should be considered as a good short-term strategy, albeit still far from achieving the objectives of the maqasid al-Shariah as well as the moral economy of Islam. The study employs maqasid al-Shariah framework to test, identify and establish an appropriate Islamic monetary regime within the sphere of the higher objective of Shariah. The findings of this study have shown that the existing Islamic monetary mechanism and instruments in the market at present are considered Shariah compliant ... Available in physical copy only (Call Numb...

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  • Authors: Ziaurraman, Muhammad (2017)

  • Islam advocates the protection of all types of rights. However all the types of rights were not directly regulated by Shari'ah but the principles of Shari'ah can be construed to provide support for such protection. To the best of our knowledge, there is no paper which efficiently talks about the tradable and non-tradable rights that provides a framework which can be used to evaluate any new type of right from its tradability point of view. This paper attempts to examine the tradability of rights from Islamic Law perspective by using library research method (Qualitative Assessment). Kindly email to kmc@inceif.org to access the item.

Browsing by Topic Shariah

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  • moral_foundation_collective_action_economics_crime_mirakhor.pdf.jpg
  • Journal Article


  • Authors: Vicary Abdullah, Daud; Askari, Hossein; Mirakhor, Abbas (2015)

  • Economic and financial crimes, defined generally as crimes against property, have been increasing rapidly in recent years. In the 2014 Global Economic Crime Survey it is noted that among the 5,000 business organisations across the world responding, 37 percent report being victims of economic crime, up from 30 percent in 2009. No country, society, culture or community has been immune. The financial crisis focused attention on elite white-collar crimes while empirical research was pointing to another alarming development: “the everyday crimes of the middle class”, committed by those “[...} at the very core of contemporary society” (Karstedt and Farrall, 2007).

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  • Authors: Omar, Mohd Noor (2017)

  • Conventional monetary system entrenched Islamic banking and finance from being independent on its notion. Islamization of conventional monetary system should be considered as a good short-term strategy, albeit still far from achieving the objectives of the maqasid al-Shariah as well as the moral economy of Islam. The study employs maqasid al-Shariah framework to test, identify and establish an appropriate Islamic monetary regime within the sphere of the higher objective of Shariah. The findings of this study have shown that the existing Islamic monetary mechanism and instruments in the market at present are considered Shariah compliant ... Available in physical copy only (Call Numb...

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  • Master


  • Authors: Ziaurraman, Muhammad (2017)

  • Islam advocates the protection of all types of rights. However all the types of rights were not directly regulated by Shari'ah but the principles of Shari'ah can be construed to provide support for such protection. To the best of our knowledge, there is no paper which efficiently talks about the tradable and non-tradable rights that provides a framework which can be used to evaluate any new type of right from its tradability point of view. This paper attempts to examine the tradability of rights from Islamic Law perspective by using library research method (Qualitative Assessment). Kindly email to kmc@inceif.org to access the item.