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Social Satisfaction towards Islamic Banking in Saudi Arabia: A Survey

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  • Eid Sharidah Musad Alanazi
  • Fayaz Ahmad Lone

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Islamic Banking in Saudi Arabia is emerging because of the social implications prevailing in this banking system. Saudi Arabia has both conventional and Islamic banks, but many banks have shifted from conventional to Islamic in the last few years. The present study was conducted to analyze the perception of Saudi society towards Islamic banking as far as its ¡®shariah¡¯ rules are concerned. The study aims at measuring to what extent society is satisfied with this banking system and what is their perception towards working of this banking? Based on the findings, some important suggestions have been mentioned at the end.

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  • Eid Sharidah Musad Alanazi & Fayaz Ahmad Lone, 2016. "Social Satisfaction towards Islamic Banking in Saudi Arabia: A Survey," Asian Social Science, Canadian Center of Science and Education, vol. 12(1), pages 182-190, January.
  • Handle: RePEc:ibn:assjnl:v:12:y:2016:i:1:p:182-190
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    1. Fayaz Ahmad Lone & Ebraheem Mohamad Aldawood & Ulfat Rashid Bhat, 2017. "Comparative Analysis of Customer Satisfaction towards Islamic and Conventional Banking: An Empirical Study from Saudi Arabia," International Review of Management and Marketing, Econjournals, vol. 7(1), pages 273-280.

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