Salman Syed Ali and Mabid Al-Jarhi
Lieterature – Books and Papers
This presentation lists some of the
books and papers that can help in
acquiring basic understanding of
Islamic finance. It also helps, by
indentifying some important
literature, in making a start for
deeper study of Islamic finance.
Basic Understanding
Intermediate Level
Specialized Topics
Academic Journals
For Basic Understanding
Obaidullah, Mohammed (2005),
Islamic Financial Services, Jeddah:
Scientific Publishing Centre, King
Abdul Aziz University.
Siddiqi, Mohammad Nejatullah
(2004), Riba, Bank Interest and the
Rationale of its Prohibition, Jeddah:
Islamic Research and Training
Institute.
Iqbal, Munawar and Mabid Al-Jarhi
(2001), Islamic Banking: Answers to
Some Frequently Asked Questions,
Jeddah: Islamic Research and
Training Institute.
Usmani, Muhammad Taqi (1998), An
Introduction to Islamic Finance, Karachi:
Idaratul Ma’arif
Iqbal, Munawar, Ausaf Ahmad and
Tariqullah Khan (1998), Challenges
Facing Islamic Banking, Jeddah: Islamic
Research and Training Institute.
Khan, Fahim (1995), Islamic Futures
and Their Markets with Special Reference
to Their Role in Developing Rural Financial
Markets, Jeddah: Islamic Research
and Training Institute.
This paper takes stock of the
development of Islamic banking
since 1978 and identifies the
challenges facing it. Many of the
challenges identified here remain a
challenge even at present in 2010.
This study addresses (a) what is
un-Islamic about contemporary
futures trading, (b) can these
markets be restructured according
to Islamic principles and (c) would
it be beneficial if they are
restructured.
Intermediate Level
Ayub, Muhammad (2007),
Understanding Islamic Finance,
Chichester, UK: John Wiley and Sons.
This book provides most
comprehensive treatment of
contracts currently used by Islamic
financial institutions along with
examples of products. Equally
beneficial for academics and
practitioners.
Specialized Topics
Ali, Salman Syed (eds) (2008),
Islamic Capital Markets: Products,
Regulation and Development,
Jeddah: Islamic Research and
Training Institute.
AAOIFI (2010), Accounting, Auditing
& Governance Standards (for Islamic
Financial Institutions), Bahrain:
AAOIFI
AAOIFI (2010), Shariah Standards,
Bahrain: AAOIFI.
Khan, Tariqullah and Dadang
Muljawan (2006), Islamic
Financial Architectrure: Risk
Management and Financial
Stability, Jeddah: Islamic
Research and Training Institute.
Greuning, Hennie van and Zamir
Iqbal (2008), Risk analysis for
Islamic banks, Washington DC.:
World Bank
Islamic Economic Studies
Islamic Economic Studies
Published from Islamic Research and
Training Institute. Two issues per year
Published since 1414Hijrah (1993)
Accepts papers in Islamic economics,
finance and related subjects.
Address:
Editor, Islamic Economic Studies
IRTI, P.O.Box 9201, Jeddah 21413,
Saudi Arabia.
E-mail: [email protected]
Past issues can be accessed by going
to www.irti.org and clicking the
publications tab
Review of Islamic Economics
Review of Islamic Economics
Published by International Association
of Islamic Economics and Islamic
Foundation UK. Two issues per year.
Published since 1995
Accepts papers in Islamic economics,
finance and related subjects.
Address: Editor, Review of Islamic
Economics, Markfield Conference
Centre, Ratby Lane, Markfield,
Leicestershire, LE67 9SY, UK.
Journal of King AbdulazizUniversity –
Islamic Economics
Journal of King Abdulaziz University-Islamic Economics
Published since 1403H (1983). Initial name
was Journal of Islamic Economics which
was changed to the above name in 1989.
Now publish two issues per year.
Address:
Editor in Chief, Journal of King Abdulaziz
University – Islamic Economics, P.O. Box
16711, Jeddah , Saudi Arabia 21474.
E-Mail : [email protected]
Can be downloaded from:
http://islamiccenter.kau.edu.sa/english/ind
ex.htm
IIUM Journal of Economics and
Management
The IIUM Journal of Economics and Management (JEM)
is an internationally refereed journal published twice
yearly by the Kulliyyah of Economics and Management
Sciences, International Islamic University, Malaysia. In
line with the objectives of the Kulliyyah and the
University, the Journal is dedicated to the development,
promotion and understanding of Islamic Economics in its
widest sense, including issues related to management
and accounting, in order to keep scholars and relevant
institutions informed on research in the field of Islamic
Economics.
Published since 1408 H (1987). Two issues per year.
Address: Editor,
IIUM Journal of Economics and Management,
Kulliyyah of Economics and Management Sciences,
International Islamic University Malaysia, Jalan Gombak,
53100 Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia
Web downlaod from:
http://www.iiu.edu.my/enmjournal/index.php?page=mai
n.php
ISRA International Journal of Islamic
Finance
The ISRA International Journal of Islamic Finance
(the Journal) is the official journal of the
International Shari’ah Research Academy (ISRA).
The journal will only publish high-quality, peerreviewed articles which explore contemporary
research issues within Islamic finance. The main
objective of the Journal is to propel the development
of knowledge and original thought in Islamic
finance, particularly in the area of Sharī‘ah
methodologies and processes.
Address:
Editor-in-Chief
International Shari`ah Research Academy of Islamic
Finance (ISRA) [email protected]
2nd Floor, Annexe Block, Menara Tun Razak
Jalan Raja Laut, 50350 Kuala Lumpur
MALAYSIA
Downloadable from:
http://www.isra.my/index.php?option=com_content
&view=category&layout=blog&id=64&Itemid=184
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