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Translating Sustainability into Islamic Social Finance

Translating the meaning of sustainability from the realm of conventional capitalism (where the concept was originally conceived) to that of Islamic economics may recall...

Islamic Social Finance Tools for Development

As stated in World Investment Report 2014 by United Nations Conference on Trade and Development (UNCTAD)1, developing countries need US$3.3 to US$4.5 trillion per...

A Blended Model of Islamic Social Finance to Alleviate Poverty and Boost Economic Development: A Post-COVID-Approach

The principles of Islamic economics and finance create social finance that possesses the potential to be a robust tool offering public and private sectors...

Combining Sukuk with Waqf for Socio-Economic Development

Waqf has historically played a crucial role in poverty alleviation and socio-economic development throughout the Islamic civilization. The period of colonization in the mid-eighteenth...

Waqf Development in Indonesia

Indonesia is a maritime country consisting of thousands of islands, stretching from Sabang to Merauke. As the third most populous country in the world,...

WAQF an Important Islamic Socio Econimic Institution

The concept of charity is central in Islamic emphasis on developing a society which is mutually cooperative, cohesive and conducive to voluntarism. The mechanism...

Role Of Waqf In Socio And Economic Development

Waqf is a financial charitable instrument established by withholding one’s property or properties (either immovable or movable) to perpetually spend its revenue on fulfilling...

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