Islamic Finance; Opportunities, Challenges, and Policy Options
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KeywordsIslamic finance; Islamic banking; participation finance; financial regulations; Sukuk markets; infrastructure finance; financial inclusion; monetary policy; macroprudential policy; tax policy; public financial management; finance; investment; deposit; Financial Markets and the Macroeconomy; Monetary Policy (Targets; Instruments; and Effects); Government Policy and Regulation; Other; Participatory banking; Participatory finance; Financial inclusion Macroprudential policy;
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