A Short Bibliography
Chapra, Umer. Islam and the Economic Challenge. Leicester, UK: Islamic Foundation and Virginia, USA: the International Institute of Islamic Thought, 1992.
Hayes, Samuel L. and Vogel, Frank E. "Islamic Law and Finance: Religion, Risk and Return." Arabic and Islamic Law Studies, V. 16, Kluwer Law International (1998)
"Islamic Banking". Special double issue of the Thunderbird International Review of Business, July-September 1999. Volume 41, nos. 4-5. (To order).
Siddiqi, Muhammad Nejatullah. Role of the State in the Economy: An Islamic Perspective. Leicester, U.K: The Islamic Foundation,1996.
Siddiqi, Muhammad Nejatullah. Muslim Economic Thinking : A Survey of Contemporary Literature. Leicester, UK: The Islamic Foundation, 1981.
Khan, Mohsin and Mirakhor, Abbas (ed.). Theoretical Issues in Islamic Banking and Finance. Institute for Research and Islamic Studies, 1988.
Usmani, M. Taqi. An Introduction to Islamic Finance. Karachi, Pakistan: Idaratul Ma'arif, 1998.
Wilson, Rodney (ed.). Islamic Financial Markets. London, UK: Routeledge, 1990.
Other books available at Sound Vision on Islamic Economics:
MONEY AND PROFIT IN ISLAM:
Sound Vison's Home Page about Money and Profit in Islam
A Glossary of Islamic Economics
A Biblio. on Islamic Economics
Evolution of Islamic Banking and Insurance as Systems Rooted in Ethics
Interview with Prof. Siddiqi on the state of Islamic Economics
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Interview with Omar Fisher [audio]
Discuss money matters from an Islamic perspective
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