الخيارات وإدارة المخاطر فى أسواق السلع: دعوة لرؤية جديدة
[Options as Islamic Financial Derivative: Thoughts provoking discussion]
After highlighting different views of Islamic scholars on option derivatives, the paper explores a potential role for option derivatives as useful risk management tool in commodity markets, while attuned to Islamic Shariah principles. The author illustrated a model of commodity stock market to show how options can play a role similar to that of insurance of risks in commodity markets.
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- Kosowski, Robert & Neftci, Salih N., 2014.
"Principles of Financial Engineering,"
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- Neftci, Salih N., 2008. "Principles of Financial Engineering," Elsevier Monographs, Elsevier, edition 2, number 9780123735744.
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