Islamic banking: performance and financial stability
The rapid emergence of Islamic banking as an alternative banking model as well as its alleged resilience during the global financial crisis have captivated much interest. While the "Islamicity" and "efficiency" issues of Islamic banking to cover a variety of performance metrics as well as to address its contributions to financial stability and economic performance. It is generally argued that, for the Islamic banking system to be a viable banking system to the present so-called "conventional" system, not only its relative stability but also its economic and financial roles must be demonstrated.
Islamic banking , Islamicity , Efficiency , Stability , Performance , Monetary policy
Ibrahim, M. H. (2017). Islamic banking: performance and financial stability. In Baharom Abdul Hamid, Mansor H. Ibrahim & Sazalina Kamarudin (Eds.), Islamic finance: the new normal (pp. 111-125). Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia: RAM Holdings Berhad.
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