Yazar : Nabil Maghrebi

Kitap Finans 2016

Intermediate Islamic finance

"Explore Islamic finance at a deeper level Intermediate Islamic Finance: Theory and Practice fills the gap for students and professionals who are already familiar with the fundamentals of Islamic finance, but would like to gain an enhanced understanding of Islamic finance theories and practices. This comprehensive text provides you with coverage of global developments and describes the role of Islamic finance within the global finance community to guide you in your understanding of this important aspect of the international financial landscape. The book references advance concepts and specific problems in the practice of Islamic finance, provides suggested further readings for each chapter, offers details of advanced analysis, and presents key data in visual form via graphs, figures, and tables. Profound changes have taken place in the financial landscape over the past few decades, including major innovations in financial instruments and substantial changes in regulation. With global financial markets becoming increasingly important players in the industry, it is critical that today's financial professionals understand the essence and implications of key Islamic finance theories and practices. Build upon your fundamental understanding of Islamic finance Explore some areas of convergence and conflict between Islamic finance and conventional finance Strengthen the harmony between Islamic and conventional finance theories and their applications Prepare for a well-rounded career in finance by better understanding how Islamic finance principles apply Intermediate Islamic Finance: Theory and Practice is an essential text for graduate and post-graduate finance students, economists, researchers, bankers, financial regulators, policymakers, and members of the business community who want to develop a deeper understanding of Islamic finance theories and practices"-- "The principal objective of this intermediate book on Islamic finance is to address selected issues in the theory and practice of Islamic finance that typical fall beyond the contents of classic introductory text books on the subject matter. These topics are often discussed at very basic level. The list of special topics includes the stability of Islamic finance, the role of ethics, the scope of financial engineering and derivatives, the function of Islamic capital markets, as well as perspectives on Islamic structured finance, corporate finance, and financial inclusion. The book can serve as a guide to hitherto unexplored avenues of research in Islamic finance for graduate and post-graduate students. This book includes: - some reference to case studies and specific problems in the practice of Islamic finance as well as conventional finance - a list of suggested further readings per chapter - appendices that include details of advanced analysis for the purpose of simplifying the level of discussion for advanced undergraduate students - graphs, figures, tables on financial and economic data"--