Islamic capital markets: a comparative approach
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The book begins with an introductory chapter of founding thoughts of markets, asset prices, risk, uncertainty, and risk sharing. The risk-sharing philosophy runs throughout the book. The first three chapters provide the foundation. Chapter 4 through 12 examine each Islamic capital markets or conventional market and products. The final chapter, in providing an overall conclusion, examines the role of government in developing capital markets, specifically, Islamic capital markets.
Islamic capital markets , Finance , Money , Financial instruments , Islamic countries
Bacha, O. I. & Mirakhor, A. (2013). Islamic capital markets: a comparative approach. Singapore: Wiley.