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Journal cover: International Journal of Islamic and Middle Eastern Finance and Management

International Journal of Islamic and Middle Eastern Finance and Management

ISSN: 1753-8394

Online from: 2008

Subject Area: Accounting and Finance

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Volume 2 issue 4

Published: 2009, Start page: p278

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1826938 Business ethics in Islam: the glaring gap in practice
Samir Ahmad Abuznaid (pp. 278 - 288)
Keywords: Business ethics, Islam, Managers, Organizational behaviour, Organizational culture
Article type: Research paper
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1826939 What makes undergraduate students enroll into an elective course?: The case of Islamic accounting
Hanudin Amin, Abdul Rahim Abdul Rahman, T. Ramayah (pp. 289 - 304)
Keywords: Accounting education, Curricula, Islam, Malaysia, Undergraduates, Universities
Article type: Research paper
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1826940 Legal and regulatory issues of Islamic finance in Australia
Abu Umar Faruq Ahmad, M. Kabir Hassan (pp. 305 - 322)
Keywords: Australia, Banking, Finance, Islam, Law, Regulation
Article type: Research paper
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1826941 A legal analysis of the Islamic bonds (sukuk) in Iran
Amir Kordvani (pp. 323 - 337)
Keywords: Contract law, Finance, Iran, Islam, Law
Article type: Research paper
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1826942 Customer perception on service quality in retail banking in Middle East: the case of Qatar
Mohammed Hossain, Shirley Leo (pp. 338 - 350)
Keywords: Banking, Customer satisfaction, Customer services quality, Qatar, User studies
Article type: Research paper
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1826943 Usury laws, Islamic finance and the credit crunch
Kadom Shubber
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