The Harvard University Forums provide an opportunity for shari'a scholars, Islamic economists, lawyers, regulators, and bankers to meet biennially and discuss the current state of the Islamic finance industry. Participants are encouraged to be reflective, to questions and to view Islamic finance in its wider social context. The theoretical ideas discussed at these academic gatherings have played a amajor role in shaping contemporary Islamic financial contracts and in influencing practice.
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Wilson, Rodney. (2010). Introduction. In S. Nazim Ali (Ed.), Islamic finance: innovation and authenticity (pp. 1-17). Cambridge, United Kingdom: Harvard Law School.
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