The Centre for Islamic Business and Finance Research (CIBFR) is a global center of excellence for developing Islamic business and finance as a scientific academic discipline and for promoting Islamic financial products, monetary and fiscal policies, and business and trade practices. Based at The University of Nottingham campus in Malaysia, CIBFR looks at the multi-dimensional aspects of Islamic business, cutting across the major themes of Islamic economics, Islamic finance and the Halal market. True to the pioneering nature of the research CIBFR undertakes, the Palgrave CIBFR Series in Islamic Finance offers empirical enquiries into key issues and challenges in modern Islamic finance. It explores issues in such varied fields as Islamic accounting, Takaful (Islamic insurance), Islamic financial services marketing, and ethical and socially responsible investing.
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