Islamic Finance – Writings of V. Sundararajan
- Jaseem Ahmed(Asian Development Bank)Harinder Kohli(Centennial Group International and the Emerging Markets Forum)
This book is a compilation of selected writings of DrVenkataraman Sundararajan (1945-2010), an international policy maker who played a significant role in the development of the regulatory and supervisory frameworks and policy for Islamic finance. Spanning more than a decade of his thoughts on Islamic finance, this book provides both basic and advanced knowledge of the field. The papers in this collection define Islamic finance, outline its many complexities, and provide practical recommendations that can help it in becoming an important global financial intermediary.
This book is provided by Emerging Markets Forum in its series Books with number islfin and published in 2011. Edition: 1 ISBN: 978-81-321-0706-4 Handle: RePEc:emf:booksf:islfin Contact details of provider: Postal: Emerging Markets Forum 2600 Virginia Ave, NW, Ste 201 Washington, DC 20037
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