Islamic finance: why it makes sense
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This book looks at Islamic finance from the perspective of the consumer who has to make very important financial decisions throughout his or her life. It provides timely and highly relevant lessons on the: principles of Islam that form the bedrock of Islamic finance; similarities and differences between conventional and Islamic finance transactions; and types of Islamic financial products and the various contracts underlying them.
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Vicary Abdullah, Daud & Keon, Chee. (2010). Islamic finance: why it makes sense. Singapore: Marshall Cavendish Business.
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