The Financial Sharia as Law and\ud as Ethics: A Suggestion

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Foster, Nick
  • Publisher: SOAS School of Law Research Paper No. 06/2016
  • Subject: 4000 | working_papers_sl

In this paper I suggest that it is worth considering an approach based on separating the legal aspects of the Financial Sharia from its ethics, or at least using those aspects in a more flexible way.
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