Turkish Journal of Islamic Economics is an internationally peer reviewed journal published twice a year in February and August. The journal is a forum of Islamic Economics School and aims to promote the development and extention of Islamic Economics and to provide a deep-understanding in its widest sense. Economic behaviors are not free from ontological conscience and cannot therefore be understood without ontological foundations. Because of their superiority, economic behaviors rooted in collaboration with the Divine Revelation and human Mind must be promoted and developed.
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Vol 3, No 2 (2016)
Table of Contents
|THE ECONOMIC THOUGT OF KHURSHID AHMAD|
|Nasir Nabi BHAT||1-11|
|RIBA (USURY); A TOOL THAT SHOULD BE CARVED OUT OF FINANCIAL TRANSACTIONS|
|Ibrahim Mohammad LAWAL||13-24|
|SEPARATION OF MARKETS AND FINANCIAL INSTABILITY: A CLOSER LOOK TO CLASSICAL DICHOTOMY|
|Mehdi HADIAN, Parviz DAVOODI||25-37|
|REVISITING LIFE INSURANCE IN ISLAMIC LAW|
|K. M. Zakir Hossain SHALIM||39-62|
|DOES SUKUK FINANCING PROMOTE ECONOMIC GROWTH? AN EMPHASIS ON THE MAJOR ISSUING COUNTRIES|
|Abdelghani ECHCHABI, Hassanuddeen ABD.AZIZ, Umar IDRISS||63-73|
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