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دور التمويل الإسلامي في تحقيق الأمن الاقتصادي
[The role of Islamic finance in achieving economic security]

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  • Alasrag, Hussien

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This research aims to study the role of Islamic finance in achieving economic security. Economic security is composed of basic social security, defined by access to basic needs infrastructure pertaining to health, education, dwelling, information, and social protection, as well as work-related security. The research is divided into four parts. The first part highlights the limitations of investing money in Islamic law, while Part II presents the most important advantages of Islamic finance. Part III examines the role that can be played by Islamic finance in achieving economic security; through shed light on the concept of economic security, then the most important obstacles facing Islamic finance in achieving economic security. finally ,Search Results and The most important recommendations.

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  • Alasrag, Hussien, 2010. "دور التمويل الإسلامي في تحقيق الأمن الاقتصادي
    [The role of Islamic finance in achieving economic security]
    ," MPRA Paper 28013, University Library of Munich, Germany.
  • Handle: RePEc:pra:mprapa:28013
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    Keywords

    Islamic finance ; economic security;

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    • O1 - Economic Development, Innovation, Technological Change, and Growth - - Economic Development
    • G0 - Financial Economics - - General

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