- 1 Welcome at the Islamic Finance WIKI
- 2 How to start contributing
- 3 Islam
- 4 Islamic Finance
- 4.1 Governance
- 4.2 Contracts
- 4.3 Products
- 4.4 Pricing
- 4.5 Derivatives
- 4.6 Takaful
- 4.7 Organisations
- 4.8 Islamic Financial Institutions
- 4.9 Financial Centers
- 5 Trends, Perspectives, other ethical approaches
- 6 Bibliography
Welcome at the Islamic Finance WIKI
Islamic Finance WIKI is a project to build an Islamic finance encyclopedia based on free content in initially English and Arabic. The Islamic Finance WIKI is peer controlled. Meaning invited editors can contribute with his or her knowledge and getting reviewed by all the other peers in an ongoing process.
Islamic finance is based on Islamic values and legal principles. It avoids harmful activities such as alcohol, pornography and gambling. Islam calls for modesty in debts and prohibits interest on loans, stopping the vicious circle of debt. Equity and asset finance is promoted to enhance economic wellbeing.
How to start contributing
- You can donate financially, from one Dollar to more. Currently the WIKI is funded privately by its founder only.
- You can join the club of editors. Please confirm that you are an industry member, either academic, business professional or Sharia scholar: Confirm
Please note: We need active users, who are willing to contribute something. If you have received an invite please don't hesitate and start testing things out immediately!
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