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Featured Resource: Ethics & Islamic Finance - A Compendium

Thursday, December 17, 2009

As featured in the Islamic Finance Resources Blog
With Thanks to Joy Abdullah, Sayd Farook and Blake Gould for initiating and developing many of these topics

Academic Papers:

An Analysis of Islamic Ethics in Small and Medium Enterprises (SMEs)
Mohd Zulkifli Muhammad, Azleen Ilias, Mohd Fahmi Ghazali, Rosita Chong Abdullah, Hanudin Amin,
Universiti Malaysia Sabah

Case Study: Islamic Microfinance and Socially Responsible Investments
Chiara Segrado, MEDA PROJECT,
University of Torino, Italy

CSR Disclosure in Malaysian Companies
Nik Nazli bt Nik Ahmada, Maliah bt Sulaimanb, and Dodik Siswantoroc,
International Islamic University Malaysia and University of Indonesia

Islamic Marketing Ethics and Its Impact on Customer Satisfaction in the Islamic Banking Industry
Abul Hassan, Abdelkader Chachi, Researcher, Islamic Economics Research Centre, King Abdulaziz University, and Salma Abdul Latiff, Director of Centre for Islamic Banking, Finance and Management,
University Brunei Darussalam Indonesia

Sustainable Development from an Islamic Perspective: Meaning, Implications, and Policy Concerns
Zubair Hasan, Professor of Islamic Economics and Finance,
International Islamic University of Malaysia

Moral Behavior in Stock Markets: Islamic Finance and Socially Responsible Investment
Aaron Z. Pitluck
Illinois State University

Industry Articles:

Islamic Finance and SRI: Any Crossover?
Samer Hobeika,
Novethic

Social Responsibility
Sayd Farook,
Dar Al Istithmar

SRI and Islamic finance: Similar but Disconnected
Blake Gould,
Sharing Risk Dot Org Blog

Evolution of Islamic Banking and Insurance as Systems Rooted in Ethics
Dr.Nejatallah Siddiqi

Introduction to Islamic Microfinance
Institute of Microfinance and Development



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