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The Edinburgh Companion to Shari'Ah Governance in Islamic Finance

Edited by: S. Nazim Ali, Wijdan Tariq, Bahnaz Al Quradaghi

ISBN13: 9781474436007
To be Published: April 2020
Publisher: Edinburgh University Press
Country of Publication: Scotland
Format: Hardback
Price: £150.00



A reference guide to shari’ah governance in Islamic finance as practised in 17 countries.

  • Comprehensive treatment of shari’ah governance in Islamic finance
  • Case studies of shari’ah governance practices from 17 key Islamic finance hubs: Bahrain, Bangladesh, Egypt, India, Indonesia, Iran, Kenya, Kuwait, Malaysia, Morocco, Nigeria, Pakistan, Qatar, Saudi Arabia, Sudan, Turkey, UK and Europe
  • Presents key debates surrounding shari’ah governance practices in Islamic finance and critical analysis by leading scholars of the field
  • Brings indigenous knowledge of Islamic finance from around the world to a wider English-language audience
  • Sets an agenda for researchers in the fields of Islamic studies and Islamic finance, and for other social scientists studying the area of Islam and finance

    Written by a group of prominent shari’ah scholars, academics and practitioners in the field of Islamic finance, this book contains 17 in-depth case studies of shari’ah governance practices and experiences as well as critical analysis of these practices. It serves as a standalone comprehensive reference work on shari’ah governance, containing an overview of its Islamic legal foundations, its evolution and development over the years, current practices and debates on shari’ah governance standards and future prospects for shari’ah governance in the global Islamic finance market.

Subjects:
Islamic Law
Contents:
PREFACE - Syed Nazim Ali
Chapter 1. INTRODUCTION: SHARI‘AH GOVERNANCE IN ISLAMIC FINANCE - Wijdan Tariq
Part 1: FUNDAMENTALS OF SHARI‘AH GOVERNANCE IN ISLAMIC FINANCE
Chapter 2. SHARI‘AH GOVERNANCE: PRINCIPLES AND FOUNDATIONS - Ali Al-Quradaghi and Bahnaz Al-Quradaghi
Chapter 3. HISTORICAL DEVELOPMENT OF SHARI‘AH GOVERNANCE STANDARD AND GUIDING PRINCIPLES - Rifaat Abdel-Karim and Umar Oseni
Part 2: CASE STUDIES OF SHARI‘AH GOVERNANCE IN PRACTICE
Chapter 4. SHARI‘AH GOVERNANCE IN INTERNATIONAL SUKUK MARKETS - Aida Othman
Chapter 5. BAHRAIN - Mohammad Omar Farooq and Ahmed Mansoor Alkhan
Chapter 6. BANGLADESH - M. Kabir Hassan, Md. Hafij Ullah, and Ruma Khanam
Chapter 7. EGYPT - Walid Hegazy
Chapter 8. INDIA - Shariq Nisar and Umar Farooq
Chapter 9. INDONESIA - Rifki Ismal and Wachid Asad
Chapter 10. IRAN - Amin Mohseni-Cheraghlou and Amir Ahmad Zolfaghari
Chapter 11. KENYA - Hanaan Balala
Chapter 12. KUWAIT - Jamshaid Anwar Chattha and Syed Musa Alhabshi
Chapter 13. MALAYSIA - Mohamad Akram Laldin and Hafas Furqani
Chapter 14. MOROCCO - Dalal Aassouli
Chapter 15. NIGERIA - Umar A. Oseni
Chapter 16. PAKISTAN - Usman Hayat and Sarwat Ahson
Chapter 17. QATAR - Osama Al-Dereaie, Fuaad Al-Dulaimi, Ebrahim Gamal, Muslehuddin Musab, and Mohamed Nafeel
Chapter 18. SAUDI ARABIA - Ashraf Gomma Ali, Marjan Muhammad, Beebee Salma Sairally and Safiudin Ahmad Fuad
Chapter 19. SUDAN - Ishraga Khattab
Chapter 20. TURKEY - Zeynep Topaloglu Calkan
Chapter 21. UNITED KINGDOM AND EUROPE - Samir Alamad
Part 3: THE FUTURE OF SHARIAH GOVERNANCE IN ISLAMIC FINANCE
Chapter 22. AUTHENTICITY OF SHARI‘AH APPLICATIONS IN ISLAMIC BANKS UNDER THE PRINCIPLES OF CORPORATE GOVERNANCE - Abdelrahman Yousri Ahmed
Chapter 23. CONTEMPORARY SHARI‘AH GOVERNANCE PRACTICES: A PERSPECTIVE FROM WITHIN THE ISLAMIC FINANCE INDUSTRY - Siraj Yasini
Chapter 24. JURISTIC AUTHORITY AND FINANCIAL EXPERTISE: POLITICS OF TRANSLATION BETWEEN SHARI‘AH SCHOLARS AND FINANCE PROFESSIONALS - Mahmood Ahmad and Sohaib Khan
Chapter 25. REFORMING SHARI‘AH GOVERNANCE IN ISLAMIC FINANCE FOR ACHIEVING SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT GOALS - Tariqullah Khan
Chapter 26. THE FUTURE OF SHARI‘AH GOVERNANCE - Zulkifli Hasan