Codified Shariah law & the development of the Islamic finance industry: a general survey of four countries (Sudan, Saudi Arabia, Pakistan & Malaysia)
To codify or not to codify, is, in matters of the law, the paramount jurisprudential question. More so when the laws in question relate to and are to govern a relatively budding industry, such as that of the Islamic banking and finance (IBF) industry. This paper examines the respective legal and regulatory landscape of four countries, Saudi Arabia, Pakistan, Sudan and Malaysia vis-a-vis IBF, particularly whether the presence or absence of codified Shariah law for IBF matters play any role in the development of their respective IBF industries and whether Malaysia can draw any lessons from the experiences in Saudi Arabia, Pakistan and Sudan to ascertain the need/viability/manner in which to promulgate codified Shariah law for IBF ... Kindly email to email@example.com to access the item.
Codification , Shariah law , Islamic banking and finance industry , Malaysia , Saudi Arabia , Pakistan , Sudan
Izani, I. (2016). Codified Shariah law & the development of the Islamic finance industry: a general survey of four countries (Sudan, Saudi Arabia, Pakistan & Malaysia) (Master dissertation). INCEIF, Kuala Lumpur. Retrieved from https://ikr.inceif.org/handle/INCEIF/2711