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Featured Resource: The Macro Perspective

Wednesday, April 28, 2010

As Featured in the Islamic Finance Resources Blog
This is an overview of various papers on global and/or regional issues as pertaining to Islamic finance from a macroeconomic or structural point of view. Featured below a short selection of some of these papers:

Internationalization of Islamic Financial Institutions: Challenges and Paths to Solution
By Samy Nathan Garas, Al Baraka Center for Islamic Economics

Islamic Financial Architecture: Risk Management and Financial Stability
By Tariqullah Khan, Dadang Muljawan

Islamic Finance: Global Financial Stability
IFSB, IRTI, IDB

Islamic Financial Services Industry Development : Ten-Year Framework and Strategies
IRTI, IFSB

Towards Developing a Successful Islamic Financial System
by Professor Sudin Haron, KLBS

The development of Islamic finance in the GCC
By Professor Rodney Wilson, The Kuwait Programme on Development, Governance and Globalisation

Regulatory challenges posed by Islamic capital market products and services
By Professor Rodney Wilson, IOSCO Task Force on Islamic Capital Market



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