Operative Principles of Islamic Derivatives; Towards a Coherent Theory
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KeywordsFinancial instruments; Islamic finance; Islamic banking; International financial markets; derivatives; Islamic risk management; shari’ah compliance; sukuk; mudaraba; ijarah; murabaha; riba; istisna; gharar; maisir; maslaha; hedging; derivative; islamic law; Criteria for Decision-Making under Risk and Uncertainty; Business Economics: General;
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