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Islamic Money and Banking: Integrating Money in Capital Theory (Wiley Finance) - Toutounchian, Iraj
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[EAN: 9780470823194], [SC: 64.94], [PU: Wiley], Religion|Islam|Law, Business & Economics|Banks & Banking, This Book is in Good Condition. Clean Copy With Light Amount of Wear. 100% Guaranteed. Summary: Chapter One - Background: View of the existing literature on Islamic money and banking.Chapter Two - The Evaluation of Money Reconsidered: The nature and the functions of money in an Islamic environment. On this score, our ideas seem to match those of Adam Smith who maintained that "money is not wealth".Chapter Three - Integrating Money in Capital Theory: Interest (rate) and Riba revisited and assessed. Demand for money is examined here and speculative demand for money is reassessed. What makes interest tick? Here, reviewing the literature on interest (Riba), we briefly examine Muslim and Western Economists' views and then will proceed by exposing the economic impact of the existence of interest on money market, money whirlpool, speculation, saving gap, and unemployment.Chapter Four - The Myths about Interest (Riba); Facts and Fictions: In this chapter, having proposed the elimination of interest, we try to integrate money in capital theory. In so doing, a high ground is reached in that the context has become ready to make money as an endogenous variable and Islamic banking an integral part of the economic system, not a parasite.Chapter Five: Contracts of usury-free economy: Having made the reader rather familiar, up to this stage, with Islamic (interest-free) banking, we proceed by introducing the mechanism through which interest-free banking operates. To make the operations clearer, here we discuss some of the contracts which could be used by Islamic banks in order to meet various needs of different nature. The most important of these contracts is participation contract, known as Profit and Loss Sharing (PLS) in which the debate on capital will find its proper position. The rest of contracts may be considered as auxiliary ones.Chapter Six: The investment role of Islamic banking: The significance of the issue discussed here is twofold. First, Islamic bank is introduced as an endogenous institution. Second, Islamic bank's role in risk conditions will be analyzed. This particular issue is often neglected, and acted passively upon, not only by conventional banks but also by many Muslim scholars. Here, two other issues are introduced. The first is the role played by assets owned by productive firms, and the second, is that an attempt will be made to provide a rather convincing answer to the two-hundred-year-old question: what is the meaning of capital?Chapter Seven: Comparing conventional and interest-free banking (an inevitable task): A simple hypothetical model will be used here, and within different time periods the performances of these two systems will be assessed as it regards inflation, unemployment, income distribution, sustained growth, and relative shares of labor and capital.Chapter eight: Conventional versus Islamic banking (different entities): Here, the qualitative distinction made between the two systems, and one system will be analyzed as a monetary institution and the other as a financial one. Financial policy tools will also be discussed.Chapter Nine: The Role of the Central Bank in Islamic banking: Here, it will be made clear that the Islamic central bank, through non-interference in the market mechanism, unlike the conventional banking, will achieve community's economic objectives.

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[EAN: 9780470823194], Nieuw boek, [SC: 64.94], [PU: Wiley], Religion|Islam|Law, Business & Economics|Banks & Banking, Brand New, Unread Copy in Perfect Condition. A+ Customer Service! Summary: Chapter One - Background: View of the existing literature on Islamic money and banking.Chapter Two - The Evaluation of Money Reconsidered: The nature and the functions of money in an Islamic environment. On this score, our ideas seem to match those of Adam Smith who maintained that "money is not wealth".Chapter Three - Integrating Money in Capital Theory: Interest (rate) and Riba revisited and assessed. Demand for money is examined here and speculative demand for money is reassessed. What makes interest tick? Here, reviewing the literature on interest (Riba), we briefly examine Muslim and Western Economists' views and then will proceed by exposing the economic impact of the existence of interest on money market, money whirlpool, speculation, saving gap, and unemployment.Chapter Four - The Myths about Interest (Riba); Facts and Fictions: In this chapter, having proposed the elimination of interest, we try to integrate money in capital theory. In so doing, a high ground is reached in that the context has become ready to make money as an endogenous variable and Islamic banking an integral part of the economic system, not a parasite.Chapter Five: Contracts of usury-free economy: Having made the reader rather familiar, up to this stage, with Islamic (interest-free) banking, we proceed by introducing the mechanism through which interest-free banking operates. To make the operations clearer, here we discuss some of the contracts which could be used by Islamic banks in order to meet various needs of different nature. The most important of these contracts is participation contract, known as Profit and Loss Sharing (PLS) in which the debate on capital will find its proper position. The rest of contracts may be considered as auxiliary ones.Chapter Six: The investment role of Islamic banking: The significance of the issue discussed here is twofold. First, Islamic bank is introduced as an endogenous institution. Second, Islamic bank's role in risk conditions will be analyzed. This particular issue is often neglected, and acted passively upon, not only by conventional banks but also by many Muslim scholars. Here, two other issues are introduced. The first is the role played by assets owned by productive firms, and the second, is that an attempt will be made to provide a rather convincing answer to the two-hundred-year-old question: what is the meaning of capital?Chapter Seven: Comparing conventional and interest-free banking (an inevitable task): A simple hypothetical model will be used here, and within different time periods the performances of these two systems will be assessed as it regards inflation, unemployment, income distribution, sustained growth, and relative shares of labor and capital.Chapter eight: Conventional versus Islamic banking (different entities): Here, the qualitative distinction made between the two systems, and one system will be analyzed as a monetary institution and the other as a financial one. Financial policy tools will also be discussed.Chapter Nine: The Role of the Central Bank in Islamic banking: Here, it will be made clear that the Islamic central bank, through non-interference in the market mechanism, unlike the conventional banking, will achieve community's economic objectives.

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[EAN: 9780470823194], [PU: Wiley], Religion|Islam|Law, Business & Economics|Banks & Banking, This Book is in Good Condition. Clean Copy With Light Amount of Wear. 100% Guaranteed. Summary: Chapter One - Background: View of the existing literature on Islamic money and banking.Chapter Two - The Evaluation of Money Reconsidered: The nature and the functions of money in an Islamic environment. On this score, our ideas seem to match those of Adam Smith who maintained that "money is not wealth".Chapter Three - Integrating Money in Capital Theory: Interest (rate) and Riba revisited and assessed. Demand for money is examined here and speculative demand for money is reassessed. What makes interest tick? Here, reviewing the literature on interest (Riba), we briefly examine Muslim and Western Economists' views and then will proceed by exposing the economic impact of the existence of interest on money market, money whirlpool, speculation, saving gap, and unemployment.Chapter Four - The Myths about Interest (Riba); Facts and Fictions: In this chapter, having proposed the elimination of interest, we try to integrate money in capital theory. In so doing, a high ground is reached in that the context has become ready to make money as an endogenous variable and Islamic banking an integral part of the economic system, not a parasite.Chapter Five: Contracts of usury-free economy: Having made the reader rather familiar, up to this stage, with Islamic (interest-free) banking, we proceed by introducing the mechanism through which interest-free banking operates. To make the operations clearer, here we discuss some of the contracts which could be used by Islamic banks in order to meet various needs of different nature. The most important of these contracts is participation contract, known as Profit and Loss Sharing (PLS) in which the debate on capital will find its proper position. The rest of contracts may be considered as auxiliary ones.Chapter Six: The investment role of Islamic banking: The significance of the issue discussed here is twofold. First, Islamic bank is introduced as an endogenous institution. Second, Islamic bank's role in risk conditions will be analyzed. This particular issue is often neglected, and acted passively upon, not only by conventional banks but also by many Muslim scholars. Here, two other issues are introduced. The first is the role played by assets owned by productive firms, and the second, is that an attempt will be made to provide a rather convincing answer to the two-hundred-year-old question: what is the meaning of capital?Chapter Seven: Comparing conventional and interest-free banking (an inevitable task): A simple hypothetical model will be used here, and within different time periods the performances of these two systems will be assessed as it regards inflation, unemployment, income distribution, sustained growth, and relative shares of labor and capital.Chapter eight: Conventional versus Islamic banking (different entities): Here, the qualitative distinction made between the two systems, and one system will be analyzed as a monetary institution and the other as a financial one. Financial policy tools will also be discussed.Chapter Nine: The Role of the Central Bank in Islamic banking: Here, it will be made clear that the Islamic central bank, through non-interference in the market mechanism, unlike the conventional banking, will achieve community's economic objectives.

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Of the many great economic losses experienced worldwide over the last hundred years, almost all have had their origins in the United States. The current global crisis is no exception and how long this crisis will last is anybody's guess. In the zero-sum game of capitalism, someone's gain is someone else s loss. Greed in a zero-sum game means to legally put your hands on someone else s wealth. Greed has always been with mankind. Another basic principle of capitalism is Of the many great economic losses experienced worldwide over the last hundred years, almost all have had their origins in the United States. The current global crisis is no exception and how long this crisis will last is anybody's guess. In the zero-sum game of capitalism, someone's gain is someone else s loss. Greed in a zero-sum game means to legally put your hands on someone else s wealth. Greed has always been with mankind. Another basic principle of capitalism is self-interest, which is in harmony with the philosophy of individualism. However, Muslims-and, indeed, many non-Muslims-have learned that love, empathy, altruism, cooperation, sacrifice, mutual concern, forgiveness, gratitude, virtue, benevolence and honesty are as much a part of human heritage as hatred, self-interest, apathy, revenge, vice, dishonesty or fraud. Throughout history, there has always been conflict between "good" and "bad" behavior, and the people who embody these characteristics are either admired or denounced. At this point, the crucial question we should be examining is the role capitalism has played in this regard. Given that greed is within human nature, we might ask: Can Islamic economics provide a solution to check greed? As this book will show, the answer is "Yes," and the solution can be found in cooperation among individuals. Mankind's wellbeing has to be based on global responsibility and cooperation. It should provide benefit to all cooperating nations. If no action is taken to address the manifold deficiencies of the existing global zero-sum game, the universal gap between south and north will simply widen. It will take a global will to make the world a better place. The will has to be directed towards instituting an increasing-sum game in which underdeveloped and developed countries alike have an equitable share of life s rewards. Without this, the global financial crisis will become a global Books, Business & Economics~~Finance~~General, Islamic-Money-and-Banking~~Iraj-Toutounchian, 999999999, Islamic Money and Banking: Integrating Money in Capital Theory, Iraj Toutounchian, M. Kabir Hassan, 0470823194, Wiley, , , , , Wiley

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Islamic Money and Banking: Integrating Money in Capital Theory
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Toutounchian, Iraj; Hassan, M. Kabir

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Islamic Money and Banking: Integrating Money in Capital Theory

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9780470823194

This book examines how money, in the absence of interest (Riba) and money market can become an endogenous variable of an economic system. It further tries to integrate money in capital theory and to make monetary sector part of the real sector aiming at removing the problems that arise from separation of the two.

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EAN (ISBN-13): 9780470823194
ISBN (ISBN-10): 0470823194
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Erscheinungsjahr: 2009
Herausgeber: John Wiley & Sons
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Gewicht: 0,880 kg
Sprache: eng/Englisch

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