Three ideal types that emerged from the data, the virtuoso, pragmatist and sceptic, are a used as a heuristic device to characterise the various interests driving trust in Islamic banking, and illustrate the heterogeneity of Islamic banking practices.
More specifically, based on an analysis of the consumers’ account of their Islamic banking practices, the choice of Islamic over ‘conventional’ banking is based on two important factors.
Index Islamicus, produced by the Islamic Bibliography Unit at Cambridge University Library, is a bibliography of publications in European languages on all aspects of Islam and the Muslim world.
Index Islamicus provides access to over 2,000 journals and series. Index Islamicus, produced by the Islamic Bibliography Unit at Cambridge University Library, is a bibliography of publications in European languages on all aspects of Islam and the Muslim world.
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Working on your dissertation may prove to be one of the most difficult tasks you will know in your academic career.
When writing on something as specific as the topic of Islamic Finance, you want to do some digging and find a reliable sample to use for reference.
Here are a few things to know: Your first stop should be checking your library for whatever samples you can find in academic journals.
First, for those who perceive and are attracted to the added value of Islamic banking, trust in the shariah regulation and expertise, as underwritten by the state, is the first condition to their choice.
Trust lubricates their choice by reducing complexity, mitigating risk and bridging the gap between knowledge and faith.