11 October 2016

Special issue published: "The Challenge of Islamic Economics"

International Journal of Pluralism and Economics Education 7(3) 2016
  • Benchmarking objectives of Shari'ah (Islamic law): index and its performance in select OIC countries
  • Ethical values in conventional and Islamic finance with reference to recent financial crises
  • Wages in an Islamic economy: a literature survey
  • Intention to use the Islamic micro-investment model in Nigeria: empirical evidence
Pluralism in Economics
  • Missing bridges: a pluralist analysis of the debate on Capital in the Twenty-First Century
The Teaching Commons
  • Taking economics out of the classroom: a field assignment

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