GLOBALIZATION OF FINANCIAL MARKETS AND ISLAMIC FINANCIAL INSTITUTIONS

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KHAN, M. ALI;
(2000)
  • Journal: Journal of Islamic Economic Studies,volume 08-1,pages20-66

In this paper, I reflect on the implications of financial globalization for Islamic financial institutions in terms of coordinates selected from both history and theory. I present in outline the 18th century case for and against commerce, the 19th century case for and a... View more
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