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Journal cover: Humanomics

Humanomics

ISSN: 0828-8666

Online from: 1989

Subject Area: Economics

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Volume 26 issue 2

Published: 2010, Start page: p84

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1875997 Status and implications of promise (wa'd) in contemporary Islamic banking
Nurdianawati Irwani Abdullah (pp. 84 - 98)
Keywords: Banking, Civil law, Contract law, Islam, Law enforcement
Article type: Research paper
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1875998 Unfettered capitalism: why it is neither efficient nor just
Hamid Hosseini (pp. 99 - 111)
Keywords: Capitalist systems, Free market economy, Justice, Social welfare economics
Article type: Research paper
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1875999 Strategies to contain the high and rising costs of health: Will they increase existing health care disparities and are they ethical?
Hengameh Hosseini (pp. 112 - 123)
Keywords: Costs, Ethics, Health services sector, Supply and demand, United States of America
Article type: Conceptual paper
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1876000 Faith-based model as a policy response to the actualisation of the millennium development goals in Nigeria
L. Raimi, M.A. Bello, H. Mobolaji (pp. 124 - 138)
Keywords: Economic development, Fiscal measures, Islam, Nigeria, Poverty
Article type: Conceptual paper
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1876001 Scholars, merchants and civil society: Imperative for waqf-based participatory poverty alleviation initiatives in Kano, Nigeria
Ibrahim Nuruddeen Muhammad (pp. 139 - 157)
Keywords: Islam, Nigeria, Philanthropy, Poverty, Social welfare economics
Article type: Viewpoint
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