Zafar Iqbal and Mervyn K. Lewis examine, from an Islamic perspective, some central issues in public, economic and corporate governance. Amongst topics analysed are theories of justice, taxation, budget deficits, Islamic financing modes, public and private accountability, and corruption.
This unique and highly innovative book will have strong appeal for those with an interest in Islamic economics, public policy, banking, and Asian and Middle Eastern studies.
New Horizons in Money and Finance series
Chapter 1: Perspectives on Governance
Subjects: asian studies, asian economics, business and management, corporate governance, economics and finance, asian economics, corporate governance, islamic economics and finance, money and banking
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