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With Islamic finance strengthening and attracting interest from the world of conventional finance, there is a growing body of work on the subject. However, many reference books are not intended to be read from cover to cover, and this can lead to confusion surrounding the idiosyncrasies of the specific Arabic and Quranic terms used.
This Dictionary of Islamic Finance is intended as a companion glossary to be on hand whenever a word or phrase crops us that requires a deeper explanation. With many Islamic financial mechanisms having no direct equivalent in conventional finance, this is not a simple English-Arabic dictionary; it is an illuminating work that assumes little pre-knowledge of the subject. This authoritative encompassing dynamic resource brings together the best current Islamic terms used in the field of finance, banking and economics for students, Scholars, business, government officials, community groups, economists, stock and capital markets, as well as those working in conventional finance.