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Islamic Finance, Consumer Protection and Public Policy

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Islamic finance in its broadest sense has existed since the early years of Islam. While Islamic finance has much to offer with regard to financial management and ethical investing, it lacks cohesive and overarching regulatory structures. This chapter addresses these concerns by …

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Kutty, F. (2020). Islamic Finance, Consumer Protection and Public Policy. In Faith, Finance, and Economy (pp. 129–172). Springer International Publishing. https://doi.org/10.1007/978-3-030-38784-6_7

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