UAE Laws and Islamic Finance

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Archive for September 28, 2012

Do Islamic Banks Perform Better than Conventional Banks? Evidence from Gulf Cooperation Council Countries

 

Durham, UK

By: Hadeel Abu Loghod

Do Islamic Banks Perform Better than Conventional Banks? Evidence from Gulf Cooperation Council Countries

 

Financial Performance of Malaysian Founder Islamic Banks versus Conventional Banks

Durham, UK

 

By:

Rosnia Masruki,

Norhazlina Ibrahim,

Elmirina Osman,

and Hishamuddin Abdul Wahab.

Financial Performance of Malaysian Founder Islamic Banks Versus Conventional Banks

 

Unconventional Banking in a Conventional Environment: Islamic Banking and Finance in the USA

Durham, UK

 

By:

Andrzej Dominik Szczepanowicz, M.B.A.

UNCONVENTIONAL BANKING IN A CONVENTIONAL ENVIRONMENT- ISLAMIC BANKING AND FINANCE IN THE USA

The Efficiency of Islamic and Conventional Banks in the Gulf Cooperation Council (GCC) Countries: An Analysis Using Financial Ratios and Data Envelopment Analysis

Durham, UK

By:

Rosnia Masruki,

Marwan Izzeldin;

Vasileios Pappas.

 

The efficiency of Islamic and conventional banks in the Gulf Cooperation Council (GCC) countries- An analysis using financial ratios and data envelopment analysis

 

Efficiency of Conventional versus Islamic Banks- International Evidence Using the Stochastic Frontier Approach (SFA)

Durham, UK

 

 

By:

Shamsher Mohamad;

Taufiq Hassan; and

Mohamed Khaled I. Bader.

 

Efficiency of Conventional versus Islamic Banks- International Evidence Using the Stochastic Frontier Approach (SFA)

Comparative Performance Study of Conventional and Islamic Banking in Pakistan

Durham, UK

 

 

By:

Muhammad Hanif

Assistant Professor, FAST School of Business;
National University of Computer & Emerging Sciences, Islamabad;

hanifacma@gmail.com.

 

Mahvish Tariq

Business Graduates, FAST School of Business;
National University of Computer & Emerging Sciences, Islamabad.

 

Arshiya Tahir

Business Graduates, FAST School of Business;
National University of Computer & Emerging Sciences, Islamabad.

 

Wajeeh-ul-Momeneen

Business Graduates, FAST School of Business;
National University of Computer & Emerging Sciences, Islamabad.

 

Comparative Performance Study of Conventional and Islamic Banking in Pakistan

Cost, Revenue, and Profit Efficiency of Islamic versus Conventional Banks: International Evidence Using Data Envelopment Analysis

 

Durham, UK

By:

MOHAMMED KHALED I. BADER;

SHAMSHER MOHAMAD;

MOHAMED ARIFF;

TAUFIQ HASSAN.

 

Cost, Revenue, and Profit Efficiency of Islamic versus Conventional Banks- International Evidence Using Data Envelopment Analysis

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