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L’Intermediation Financiere Participative Des Banques Islamiques



    (Université de la Manouba (Tunisie))


Ce papier s’intéresse à l’étude de l’intermédiation financière participative des banques islamiques. Il cherche à concilier l’approche théorique d’intermédiation et la réalité de l’intermédiation participative tout en conduisant une analyse comparative avec les banques conventionnelles. Grâce à des contrats de partenariat actif (Moucharakah) ou passif (Moudarabah) à caractère informationnel intensif et à forte exigence de surveillance, l’intermédiation participative offre une solution aux problèmes d’asymétrie d’information. Elle permet aussi un partage des risques et un usage plus efficient des capitaux. Mais, l’essor de cette intermédiation nécessite la résolution de certains problèmes organisationnels, réglementaires et institutionnels.

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  • Daoud, Khoutem Ben, 2012. "L’Intermediation Financiere Participative Des Banques Islamiques," Etudes en Economie Islamique, The Islamic Research and Training Institute (IRTI), vol. 6, pages 29-56.
  • Handle: RePEc:ris:etecis:0017

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