Cardiff ‘hub’ for islamic finance education

cu_logoCardiff is set to be the UK hub for Islamic Finance education, in a new venture which sees Cardiff Business School collaborate with the Islamic Banking and Finance Institute in Malaysia (IBFIM) and the Islamic Banking and Finance Centre (IBFC UK).

Earlier this week, at the Lord Mayor of the City of London’s home residence, Mansion House, the Islamic Finance Training Programme for Professionals was launched, aiming to assist financial organizations aspiring to offer Islamic Banking courses of products.

The programme will offer:

– “Executive Programme” – to address the training needs of organisations, financial institutions and the professionals who are either already in industry, or are aspiring to launch in this sector.

– “Train the Trainer” Programme –an accredited programme to create qualified trainers, to help deliver training in the Islamic banking & finance sector.

– “Regulatory Framework Programme” – addressing the training needs of the regulatory authorities and professional bodies like the FSA and Securities and Exchange Commissions, Insurance.

Islamic Finance has experienced an enormous rise in popularity as an alternative banking system over recent years. The underlying principle that governs Islamic banking is mutual risk and profit sharing between parties, the assurance of fairness for all and that transactions are based on an underlying business activity or asset.

The Islamic Finance Sector is expanding at an exponential rate and is now estimated to be worth $1.2 trillion globally and growing faster than any of the conventional banks, between 15-20%.

IFBC-UK is one of the first institutions in Europe to offer provision in Islamic Finance executive education.

Established in partnership with Islamic Banking & Finance Institute in Malaysia (IBFIM) and Cardiff University’s Business School and Centre of Islam, it is recognised as one of the leading training centres in the UK, with an international reputation for delivering high quality training courses and research for the public and private organisations in Islamic Banking and Finance. Its clients include public and private banks, corporations, insurance companies and academic institutions.

The Lord Mayor of the City of London, Alderman Ian Luder, pledged his support on the day and discussed with key financial figureheads from across Europe, including members of the House of Lords, Treasury, Chamber of Commerce and FSA, how Wales’ first Islamic Financial Programme for Professionals will benefit the UK economy.

Ieuan Wyn Jones, Minister for the Economy and Transport of the Welsh Assembly Government described the announcement as a particularly significant breakthrough for Wales in reaching out to new financial markets.

source  cbs

Prospects of Islamic Micro-finance in Nigeria: Learning from Experience

Author : Aliyu Dahiru Muhammad
Aliyu D. Muhammad, PhD (Economics) Candidate, International Islamic University Malaysia (IIUM), holds Master of Economics (IIUM) in 2008, Studied (B.Sc) Economics at Bayero University Kano, Nigeria. His major area of interests are Economic Development, and Islamic Economics and Finance.
Poverty has long been among the most difficult problems, especially in the developing countries. Of late, microfinance emerged as an important instrument to mitigate poverty. Today there are more than 7000 micro lending organizations providing loans to more than 25 million poor individuals across the world.However, these institutions face many challenges on way to success. The existing microfinance in Nigeria serves less than 1 million people out of 40 million needing the service. The aggregate micro credit facilities in Nigeria,account for about 0.2 percent of GDP and less than 1 percent of total credit in the economy. We have documented that conventional microfinance institutions charge very high interest rate on loans they grant but pay much lower rates for saving deposits. This aggravates the existing inequitable distribution of wealth and income in Nigeria. Nigeria being a country with a sizeable Muslim majority has bright chances to impact poverty through Islamic microfinance. This book proposes an Islamic version of microfinance in the country.The book is useful for academicians and practitioners working on poverty and microfinance.

Publisher: VDM Verlag

ISBN-10: 3639138457
ISBN-13: 978-3639138450

Amana Implements New ‘Zero Tolerance’ Sharia Risk Management Framework

imagesIslamic Finance and Banking has turned out to be a buzzword with many institutions and companies wanting to benefit from the gigantic potential it has achieved over the last few years. For Islamic Finance to be true to its potential, the adherence to Islamic Sharia Law is of paramount importance. Sharia Law governs Islamic Finance institutions by prohibiting transactions that involve interest, uncertainty, speculation and products that are harmful to society. Islamic Banks are exposed to many risks such as credit risk, market risk, operational risk, liquidity risk etc, but the most vital risk is Sharia Non-Compliance Risk. In Sri Lanka, Amãna Investments has taken all measures in promoting Islamic Finance. It has further strengthened its compliance with Sharia by setting up a new and foolproof Sharia Risk Management Framework (SRMF), in May 2009. “The objective of the SRMF is to ensure a ‘Zero Tolerance’ culture in all our departmental activities” says Moulavi Siraj, Amãna’s in-house Sharia Supervisor. “If we fail to do so, the profit we make would be at risk.  We want to ensure that all profits from our advances are pure and eligible for distribution to our depositors”.  By implementing a strong Zero Tolerance Sharia culture into its business transactions, Amãna Investments is aiming to fulfill the objectives of Sharia and to reinforce the expectations of its growing customer base with regard to Sharia compliance.  “We have identified diverse areas in which Sharia Non-Compliance can occur. Such areas, where instances of non-compliance usually occur due to lack of knowledge, are when following policies and procedures during documentation, and during marketing and selling our products and services” explained Mr. Siraj.  He further stated “Amãna has developed a Sharia Risk Management Process which begins with the identification of potential risks by incorporating Sharia risks in the operating manual and the audit process. This will be followed by a process of measuring, monitoring and reporting on the risks. Finally, we will mitigate and control those risks from re-occurrence. For that purpose we have established three lines of defence in the pre-, present- and post-transaction stages”. To streamline the compliance process, the SRMF includes a rating system, the Sharia Risk scorecard, which rates all departments and branches based on their Sharia compliance. This  encourages  relevant departments and branches to put more emphasis and priority on Sharia. “We always persuade our staff to communicate to our customers the importance of Sharia over profitability” he added.

In carrying out and standardising the SRMF, Amãna Investments has continuously counsulted its strategic partner, Bank Islam of Malaysia, and its own Sharia Supervisory Council, consisting of eminent scholars of the calibre of Sheik Taqi Usmani,   Mufti Rizwe and Sheik Mubarak.  Amãna will look for further guidance from AAOIFI (the Bahrain-based Accounting and Auditing Organisation for Islamic Financial Institutions),  as well as  the Islamic Financial Services Board (IFSB) of Malaysia.  The Islamic Fiqh Academy, which operates from Jeddah and India is also consulted, when necessary. “We also take advice from the All Ceylon Jammiathul Ulama on matters relevant to Sharia”  said Mr. Siraj.

Mr. Siraj says that “Sharia training is a core requirement for all staff at Amãna.  Every new recruit to Amãna is given a thorough Sharia training before being sent out to meet customers. As part of the new SRMF, Amãna Investments will deploy a dedicated officer to supervise the Murabaha product transactions in particular to ensure compliance by customers.  By doing so, Amãna will be the first Islamic Finance organisation to take such a responsibility. 

Amãna Investments’ Head of Risk Management, Rizvi Mohideen, commented “We were the first to introduce Islamic Finance in Sri Lanka, and now we are  at the forefront of the industry, strengthening our compliance process through the new Sharia Risk Management Framework. Our Sharia team is well equipped to successfully implement this framework and reinforce the trust and confidence our customers have in our products and processes.”

Amãna Investments currently operates 14 branches in the island, including the central, eastern and southern regions of Sri Lanka.  Recently the Central Bank of Sri Lanka issued Amãna Investments a Letter of Provisional Approval under the Banking Act to establish Amãna Bank as the country’s first Islamic Commercial Bank, subject to certain conditions such as raising a minimum capital of Rs.2.5 billion.  Amãna’s products are now being transacted by a number of corporate, SME and individual customers,  irrespective of their ethnic backgrounds and drawn by the principles of equity, justice and fairplay, by which the institution carries out its business transactions.

source : dailymirror

Islamic Bank approves additional $5 million loan for Suriname

srsmallBy Ray Chickrie

KUWAIT CITY, Kuwait — The just concluded meeting of the Board of Executive Directors of the Islamic Development Bank (IsDB) has approved more than $575 million in new financing for various projects in Turkmenistan, Iran, Pakistan, Turkey, Bangladesh, Lebanon and Suriname according to a press release from the IsDB. The meeting was held in Ashgabat, the capital of Turkmenistan.

The IsDB agreed to an additional US$5.5 million financing for the Suriname towards the upgrading of the New Nickerie Seaport, aimed at reducing the cost of exporting Suriname’s agricultural products to neighbouring countries and at encouraging regional integration through the improvement of infrastructure of the port.

This will also improve the navigability of the Nickerie River, according to the press release. The IsDB had earlier allocated US$11 million to the same project, bringing the total financing of the project to US$16.5 million.

Suriname became a member of the Organisation of Islamic Conference (OIC) in 1996 and in 1997 joined the IsDB, the only country in Western Hemisphere to belong to this bank. The IsDB has financed various projects in this Dutch-speaking South American country with a Muslim population of about 20 percent.

Suriname in the 1990s tried to lessen its economic dependency on the Netherlands, its former colonial master by looking east, to India, China and the Middle East. The desire to diversity sources of financing its economic development motivated Suriname to join the IsDB.

To date, the IsDB has funded the upgrading of Suriname’s airport, the building of medical centres in the interior of that country, and the modernizing of Port Nickerie, among other projects to the tune of about $50 million.

Suriname is represented on the Board of Directors by a Governor,  Andre Telting, President of the Central Bank of Suriname, and an Alternate Governor, that position is currently vacant. The Board of Executive Directors represent various grouping of countries and Suriname is grouped with Malaysia, Indonesia and Brunei under the direction of Haji Junaidi bin Haji Hashim of Brunei.

Islamic finance escapes worst of crisis

The Islamic finance industry has been relatively, although not completely, immune to the effects of US subprime problems, the ensuing credit crisis and global economic downturn.

 

The Islamic finance industry has been relatively, although not completely, immune to the effects of US subprime problems, the ensuing credit crisis and global economic downturn.

“I have not found any Islamic bank that has lost money by exposure to toxic assets – because they were forbidden,” says Humayon Dar, chief executive of BMB Islamic, one of the biggest managers of alternative investments for Muslims.

Indonesia easily raised $650m (£397m, €459m) recently with the first global dollar-denominated sukuk Islamic sovereign bond of 2009. The issue was oversubscribed, and set an encouraging example for Bahrain’s expected $1.5bn-$2bn of sukuk in May 2009.

Nevertheless, issuance of sukuk – or Islamic bonds – fell by more than half in 2008, to $20bn. But difficulty raising money was inevitable as the financial crisis led investors to shun debt, whatever their religion.

There is evidence that what happens in the world of conventional finance affects the Islamic financial world with a time lag. The first signs that US problems were worse than expected, and could have international repercussions, emerged in the middle of 2007.

“All of a sudden there was a lack of liquidity,” Mr Dar says.

“Mainstream markets started to fall at that point, but that struck Islamic banks only in September 2008, [although] they were affected indirectly.

“Because they did not lose money, they are in a relatively better position than their [conventional] counterparts.”

As a result, Islamic banks have more funds as compared to conventional lenders. They have not had to rebuild their balance sheets in a panic, or seek emergency help from governments.

“Once the opportunities are there in the market, they will be able to capture them in a better way than their traditional counterparts,” says Mr Dar.

Western banks have been active in Islamic finance – both institutional and personal – for a while now. They often have superior marketing skills to regional competitors.

But that has not guaranteed success. “They haven’t done as well as fully fledged Islamic banks have done,” Mr Dar says.

“There’s a perception in the Islamic world that they are in Islamic finance because they are making money. Once they are not, they will wind up their operations.”

Muslims, he says, are more likely to trust in fully fledged Islamic banks that will stay in the sector through thick and thin.

But at the same time, some Middle East banks have relied on what he calls a “sharia premium” – expecting Muslims to bank with them simply because they are Islamic, and failing to provide competitive services. That is changing.

“Even in Gulf Co-operation Council countries, there is an indication the sharia premium is going down,” he says. “Islamic consumers are becoming more demanding.”

Islamic banks should also learn from western counterparts such as UBS and HSBC on issues of corporate social responsibility. “This is something that western banks have excelled at,” he says.

“You pick any Islamic bank. They don’t have a well defined corporate social regime that they must follow. They have been charitable.

“But corporate social responsibility isn’t just about charitable giving. It’s about all the stakeholders. You have to be seen to be serving the community.”

Mr Dar is particularly critical of Islamic institutions that have seen a big rise in profits in recent years and kept the money to themselves.

“It’s wonderful to be profitable, it’s even more wonderful to be equitable in your distribution of profits,” he says. “Islamic banks should be distributing benefits among stakeholders.”

Depositors should receive more money as a result of banks’ bigger profits, he says, and he is particularly critical of overpaid executives. “If the benefits are going to bankers in the form of bonuses, then you are not really benefiting all the stakeholders.”

source : cibaif

İslami Finans Tez Konular

Seçimi bir tez konusunun karmaşık ve zaman alıcı bir iştir. Aslında tez yazılı olarak en önemli faaliyettir. İslami Finans alanında öğrencilerin tez konusu için gitmek gerektiğini onlara ve yeterli araştırma-güçlü malzeme buna ilişkili olan ilgi. İslami Finans öğrencilerin bir konu ya da hiçbir araştırmacı bu bilgi toplama açısından problem yüz gerekecektir olarak yapmış alanı seçmek için teşvik değildir.

Tez konusunun seçimi hayali bir etkinlik değildir. Öğrenci konu seçimi onlara ilgi alanı ve bilgiler koruma başlar. Konu seçimi rasgele temelinde gibi sorunlar bu alanda bilgilerin toplanmasına yol açacaktır gerçekleşmesi gerekir.

İslami Finans öğrencilerin dergi araştırmayla zaman harcamak gerektiğini, kitaplar, makaleler, haberler makaleler, denemeler, web ve seçtikleri alanlarda bilgi arama için diğer yazılı materyallerin. Orada araştırma makaleleri, kitap ve İslami finans alanında web sitelerinin yeri vardır. Bu kütüphaneler ve süreli ya da en azından onlar araştırma yapılan soyut olması çoğu gibi web bilgilerin ana kaynağı olarak öğrenciler tarafından kullanılabilir. Öğrenciler dışarı onları araştırma alanında birçok tez konuları seçmek zorunda, onlar en uygun konu için faiz ve seçim kriterleri dayalı bakmak gerekir. Tez geçerli ve okuyucunun ilgi yapacak ve bağlam anlamakta sorun bulmak çağdaş olmalıdır.

Tez önerileri – Doktora Düzeyi ve master düzeyinde

Bu tez veya tez önerisi vardır. Araştırmacı ücretsiz bu temalar dayalı geliştirmek için vardır. Bu öneri pazarlama, bilgi teknolojisi, stratejik yönetim, insan kaynakları yönetimi ve çağdaş düşüncelerini içerir.

Yazar olarak kullanıcı başına gereksinimleri değiştirilebilir) araştırmacı ve tez ya da tez konusu seçimi (Bunlar sadece örnek hazırlanması için öğrencilerden katkı bekliyor

Konular

Içselleştirme İslami bankaların

Seçilen bir ülkede Performans İslami banka ve geleneksel banka

Çapraz yatılı birleşme ve İslami bankaların edinimi

birleşme veya devralma İslami bankaların verimliliğini etkiler mi

İslami bankalarda risk yönetimi

İslami banka ve kurumsal sosyal sorumluluk

İslami bankalar giriş – bir ülkenin bakış açısıyla

Müşteri İlişkileri Yönetimi Araştırma İslami bankalar – (durumda herhangi bir banka veya ülke açısından) alınabilir

İslami bankaların müşteri sadakati Araştırılması

İslami bankalar müşteri sadakati için bir model geliştirmek

İslami bankacılık ve yoksulluğun azaltılması

İslami bankacılık verimlilik ölçme

Geliştirme ya da İslami bankacılık konuları kurulması – özellikle ülke veya bölgede

İslami bankacılık ve bilgi yönetimi

İslami finans sistemi ve ekonomik büyüme

İslami bankalar için Müşteri sadakati

endüstriyel kredi İslami Bankalar performans

mevcut kredi krizi için bir çözüm olarak İslami mortgage sistemi

İslami Bankalar da CRM faaliyetleri Araştırılması

İslam Bankalara Konvansiyonel bankaların davranış Anahtarlama – uluslararası bir bakış açısı

İslami Finansal kurumların Marka yönetimi

Bilgi Yönetimi İslami bankalarda

Konvansiyonel Bankalar İslami bankacılık pencerelerin Müşteri algısı

İslami Bankacılık (ülke) – Geliştirme, bakış açıları ve evrim

yoksulluk alleviations İslami bankalar

Beceri boşluğu ve İslami finans kurumu için işe alım gap

İslami bankaların rekabet stratejisi: Geleneksel bankalarla karşılaştırma belirlenmesi

Influence dini kurulları veya şeriat konseylerinin İslami bankalarda

İslam kredi kartları için Tüketici davranışı

İslami Bankaların Kurumsal Sosyal Sorumluluk

İslami Finans Market Ekonomik fonksiyonlar

İslami Bankaların performans ölçümü

İslami finans piyasaları nasıl çalışır

Maliye politikası İslam ekonomisi

İslam ekonomisinde enflasyon

Nasıl İslam ekonomisi enflasyon azaltabilir

gelişmekte olan ülke altyapısının geliştirilmesi İslam ekonomisi Katkısı

Nasıl seçimler korkutmak kaynaklarla İslami ekonomik sistem içinde insan ırkı tarafından yapılan

İslam Ekonomisinde kaynak korkutmak mı?

İslam Ekonomi perspektiften Fırsat maliyeti

iklim değişikliğinin etkilerinin azaltılması

Kalkınma KOBİ İslami temelli ekonomilerde

İslam ekonomisi ve Adams Smith karşılaştırmalı bir çalışma

İslam ekonomisi Emek göç

İşsizlik ve İslami ekonomik sistem

Nasıl İslami ekonomik sistem işsizlik azaltabilir

Çözüm işsizlik İslami ekonomi altında

İslam ekonomisinde yoksulluğun azaltılması

Küresel ekonomik kriz için çözüm olarak İslami ekonomi modeli

İslami ekonomik modeli altına Uluslararası ticaret

Döviz amortisman ve İslami ekonomi modeli içinde takdir

İslam ekonomisinde mikro finans

Piyasa denge İslam ekonomisinde karar nasıl

İslam ekonomisi ve sosyalist sosyo-ekonomik kalkınması karşılaştırmalı analizi ekonomi

İslam ekonomisi ve kapitalist sosyo-ekonomik kalkınması karşılaştırmalı analizi ekonomi

İslam ekonomik modeller verimliliği arttırmaktadır nasıl

finansal istikrar ve makro ekonomik kazanımlar için İslami ekonomi Katkısı

İslami ekonomik sistem Sermaye hareketliliği

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इस्लामी वित्त में निबंध विषय

एक शोध प्रबंध विषय के चयन जटिल और समय लेने काम है. वास्तव में, यह निबंध लेखन में सबसे महत्वपूर्ण गतिविधि है. इस्लामी वित्त के क्षेत्र में छात्रों के एक शोध प्रबंध के विषय के लिए जाना चाहिए कि हितों उन्हें और है कि पर्याप्त अनुसंधान करने में सक्षम यह करने के लिए संबद्ध सामग्री है. इस्लामी वित्त छात्रों के लिए एक विषय या क्षेत्र है जिसमें कोई भी शोधकर्ता के रूप में वे जानकारी के संग्रह के मामले में परेशानी का सामना करना होगा चयन किया है को प्रोत्साहित नहीं कर रहे हैं.

शोध प्रबंध विषय के चयन एक कल्पनाशील गतिविधि नहीं है. छात्र विषय उन्हें उनकी रुचि क्षेत्र और उपलब्ध जानकारी रखने चयन करना आरंभ करें. विषय चयन रैंडम आधार पर होता है के रूप में यह है कि क्षेत्र में जानकारी इकट्ठा करने में समस्याओं का नेतृत्व करेंगे चाहिए.

इस्लामी वित्त छात्रों को शोध पत्रिका में समय बिताना चाहिए, किताबें, लेख, समाचार पत्र, निबंध, वेब और अपने चुने हुए क्षेत्रों में जानकारी खोज के लिए अन्य लिखित सामग्री. वहाँ अनुसंधान लेख, किताब और इस्लामी वित्त क्षेत्र पर वेबसाइटों के बहुत सारे हैं. वेब जानकारी का मुख्य स्रोत के रूप में छात्रों के द्वारा प्रयोग किया जाता के रूप में यह पुस्तकालयों और पत्रिकाओं या कम से कम वे कर अनुसंधान का सार है की सबसे कर सकते हैं. छात्रों के लिए उनमें से बाहर अपने अनुसंधान क्षेत्र में कई शोध प्रबंध विषयों का चयन किया है, वे करने के लिए ब्याज और चयन मानदंडों के आधार पर सबसे अच्छा उपयुक्त विषय के लिए देखने के लिए होगा. शोध प्रबंध वर्तमान और समकालीन जो दिलचस्पी पाठक बनाने के लिए और संदर्भ को समझने में कोई समस्या नहीं मिलेगा होना चाहिए.

शोध प्रबंध के प्रस्ताव – डॉक्टरेट स्तर और मास्टर स्तर

ये निबंध या थीसिस प्रस्ताव कर रहे हैं. शोधकर्ता इन विषयों के आधार पर विकसित स्वतंत्र हैं. ये प्रस्ताव विपणन, सूचना प्रौद्योगिकी, रणनीतिक प्रबंधन, मानव संसाधन प्रबंधन और समकालीन विचार शामिल है.

लेखक शोधकर्ताओं और निबंध या थीसिस विषय चयन (ये सिर्फ नमूना तैयार करने के लिए छात्रों से योगदान की उम्मीद है उपयोगकर्ता की आवश्यकताओं के अनुसार संशोधित किया जा सकता है)

विषयों

इस्लामी बैंकों के Internalization

प्रदर्शन इस्लामी और एक चयनित देश में पारंपरिक बैंक बैंक

क्रॉस आवासी विलय और इस्लामी बैंकों के अधिग्रहण

क्या विलय या अधिग्रहण इस्लामी बैंकों की क्षमता को प्रभावित करेगा

इस्लामी बैंकों में जोखिम प्रबंधन

इस्लामी बैंक और कॉर्पोरेट सामाजिक जिम्मेदारी

एक देश के नजरिए से इस्लामी बैंकों के प्रवेश –

इस्लामी बैंकों में ग्राहक संबंध प्रबंधन जांच – (किसी भी मामले में बैंक या परिप्रेक्ष्य देश से लिया जा सकता है)

इस्लामी बैंकों में ग्राहक वफादारी जांच

इस्लामी बैंकों में ग्राहक वफादारी के लिए एक मॉडल का विकास

इस्लामी बैंकिंग और गरीबी उन्मूलन

इस्लामी बैंकिंग की उत्पादकता को मापने

विकास या इस्लामी बैंकिंग के मुद्दों की स्थापना विशेष देश या क्षेत्र में –

इस्लामी बैंकिंग और ज्ञान प्रबंधन

इस्लामी वित्त व्यवस्था और आर्थिक विकास

इस्लामी बैंकों के लिए ग्राहक वफादारी

इस्लामी औद्योगिक ऋण देने में बैंकों के प्रदर्शन

मौजूदा क्रेडिट संकट के लिए एक समाधान के रूप में इस्लामी बंधक प्रणाली

इस्लामी बैंकों में सीआरएम की गतिविधियों जांच

इस्लामी बैंकों को परम्परागत बैंकों के व्यवहार स्विचन – एक अंतरराष्ट्रीय परिप्रेक्ष्य

इस्लामी वित्तीय संस्थानों की ब्रांड प्रबंधन

इस्लामी बैंकों में ज्ञान प्रबंधन

पारंपरिक बैंकों में इस्लामी बैंकिंग ग्राहक खिड़कियों की धारणा

() देश – विकास, दृष्टिकोण और विकास में इस्लामी बैंकिंग

गरीबी alleviations में इस्लामी बैंकों

कौशल अंतर और इस्लामी वित्तीय संस्थान के लिए भर्ती अंतर

इस्लामी बैंकों की प्रतियोगी रणनीति: परम्परागत बैंकों के साथ एक तुलना की पहचान

इस्लामी बैंकों में धार्मिक बोर्डों या शरीयत परिषदों के प्रभाव

इस्लामी क्रेडिट कार्ड के लिए उपभोक्ता व्यवहार

इस्लामी बैंकों के निगमित सामाजिक दायित्व

इस्लामी वित्तीय बाजार के आर्थिक कार्य

इस्लामी बैंकों के प्रदर्शन को मापने

इस्लामी वित्तीय बाजारों कैसे काम करता है

राजकोषीय नीति इस्लामी अर्थव्यवस्था

इस्लामी अर्थव्यवस्था में मुद्रास्फीति की दर

कैसे इस्लामी अर्थव्यवस्था मुद्रास्फीति कम कर सकते हैं

इस्लामी देश की अर्थव्यवस्था के विकास की बुनियादी सुविधाओं के विकास में योगदान

चुनाव डराने संसाधनों के साथ इस्लामी आर्थिक प्रणाली में मानव जाति को कैसे बनाया

इस्लामी अर्थव्यवस्था में डराने संसाधन है?

इस्लामी अर्थशास्त्र दृष्टिकोण से अवसर लागत

जलवायु परिवर्तन के प्रभावों को कम करना

इस्लामी आधारित अर्थव्यवस्थाओं में एसएमई का विकास

इस्लामी अर्थव्यवस्था और एडम्स एक तुलनात्मक अध्ययन स्मिथ

इस्लामी अर्थव्यवस्था में श्रम पलायन

बेरोजगारी और इस्लामी आर्थिक प्रणाली

कैसे इस्लामी आर्थिक प्रणाली बेरोजगारी कम कर सकते हैं

इस्लामी अर्थव्यवस्था के तहत बेरोजगारी के लिए समाधान

इस्लामी अर्थव्यवस्था में गरीबी उन्मूलन

वैश्विक आर्थिक संकट के समाधान के रूप में इस्लामी आर्थिक मॉडल

इस्लामी आर्थिक मॉडल के तहत अंतर्राष्ट्रीय व्यापार

विदेशी मुद्रा मूल्यह्रास और इस्लामी आर्थिक मॉडल में प्रशंसा

इस्लामी अर्थव्यवस्था में माइक्रो वित्त

कैसे बाजार संतुलन इस्लामी अर्थव्यवस्था में फैसला

इस्लामी अर्थव्यवस्था और समाजवादी के सामाजिक आर्थिक विकास की तुलनात्मक विश्लेषण अर्थव्यवस्था

इस्लामी अर्थव्यवस्था और पूँजीवादी के सामाजिक आर्थिक विकास की तुलनात्मक विश्लेषण अर्थव्यवस्था

कैसे इस्लामी आर्थिक मॉडल उत्पादकता बढ़ाने के लिए योगदान

इस्लामी अर्थव्यवस्था के वित्तीय स्थिरता और स्थूल आर्थिक लाभ के लिए योगदान

इस्लामी आर्थिक प्रणाली में पूंजी की गतिशीलता

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