By P. Mills, J. Presley
This publication stories the Islamic competition to curiosity and assesses the feasibility of a non-interest economy in gentle of present monetary concept. The Islamic critique of curiosity is decided opposed to a dialogue of the method of Islamic economics and the competition to curiosity in the Judaeo-Christian culture. the variety of Islamic non-interest monetary contracts is then exact in addition to a evaluate of the functionality of Islamic banks to this point; a version of the allocation of finance inside a non-interest procedure is then offered. evaluation of the problems raised is made in the context of monetary literature relating debt as opposed to fairness finance; this comprises an exam of banking instability and the enterprise cycle, the determinants of degrees of saving and the results for public finance. The conclusions define the benefits and downsides of a theoretical non-interest economic system, confirm the theoretical case for the prohibition of curiosity, and draw sensible classes for modern Western economies.
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Lewis, 1955, p. 127; Bhadhuri, 1977). g. M. M. Khan, 1985). Modelling Profit-and-Loss Sharing 47 APPENDIX A: FIRST BEST 1. Riba 1 � 3 � u0 c1 0 A1:1 3 � u0 c2 0 A1:2 1 � s1 s2 0 A1:3 � 1 � u0 c1 e1I1 x1 0 A1:4 �u0 c2 e2I2 x2 0 A1:5 u0 ci 1 � eiyi xi 0 A1:6 8i 1; 2: 2. Mudarabah 1 � 3 � u0 c1 0 A2:1 3 � u0 c2 0 A2:2 1 � s1 s2 0 A2:3 1 � u0 c1 1 � e1y1 x1 0 A2:4 u0 c2 1 � e2y2 x2 0 A2:5 u0 ci eiIi xi 0 A2:6 8i 1; 2: 48 Islamic Finance: Theory and Practice APPENDIX B: SECOND BEST 1.
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