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Islamic Economic Studies Journal-Vol. 2, No. 1-Rajab 1415H (December 1994)

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Islamic Economics

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1994

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Islamic Research and Training Institute - IRTI

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Islamic Research and Training Institute - IRTI

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The Journal, Islamic Economic Studies (IES) publishes leading research across all fields of Islamic economics and finance. Established in 1414 Hijri (1993) it is one of the oldest and most respected scholarly journal in the Islamic economics and Islamic finance profession. IES is a peer reviewed and refereed journal that maintains high academic standards. Articles: Islamic Banking: State of the Art, 1-33. By Ziauddin Ahmad | Comparative Economics of Some Islamic Financing Techniques, 35-68. By M. Fahim Khan. Discussion Papers : Progress of Islamic Banking: The Aspirations and the Realities, 71-80. By Sami Hasan Homoud | Concept of Time in Islamic Economics, 81-102. By Ridha Saadallah | Development of Islamic Financial Instruments, 103-115. By Rodney Wilson.

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The Journal, Islamic Economic Studies (IES) publishes leading research across all fields of Islamic economics and finance. Established in 1414 Hijri (1993) it is one of the oldest and most respected scholarly journal in the Islamic economics and Islamic finance profession. IES is a peer reviewed and refereed journal that maintains high academic standards. Articles: Islamic Banking: State of the Art, 1-33. By Ziauddin Ahmad | Comparative Economics of Some Islamic Financing Techniques, 35-68. By M. Fahim Khan. Discussion Papers : Progress of Islamic Banking: The Aspirations and the Realities, 71-80. By Sami Hasan Homoud | Concept of Time in Islamic Economics, 81-102. By Ridha Saadallah | Development of Islamic Financial Instruments, 103-115. By Rodney Wilson.

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