Abbas Mirakhor - Notable Books

Notable Books

  • Risk Sharing in Finance: The Islamic Finance Alternative, Zamir Iqbal, Abbas Mirakhor, Hossein Askari, Noureddine Krichene, 2011
  • An Introduction to Islamic Finance: Theory and Practice, 2nd Edition, Zamir Iqbal, Abbas Mirakhor, 2011
  • The Stability of Islamic Finance: Creating a Resilient Financial Environment for a Secure Future, Hossein Askari, Zamir Iqbal, Noureddine Krichenne, Abbas Mirakhor, 2010
  • Globalization & Islamic Finance: Converge, Prospects & Challenges, Hossein Askari, Zamir Iqbal, Abbas Mirakhor, 2009
  • New Issues in Islamic Finance and Economics: Progress and Challenges, Hossein Askari, Zamir Iqbal, Abbas Mirakhor, 2009
  • An Introduction to Islamic Finance: Theory and Practice, Abbas Mirakhor, Zamir Iqbal, 2006
  • Theoretical Studies in Islamic Banking and Finance, Abbas Mirakhor(Editor), Mohsin S. Khan, 2005
  • Theoretical Studies in Islamic Banking and Finance (1st Edition), Abbas Mirakhor (Editor), Mohsin S. Khan, 1988
  • Islamic Banking, Abbas Mirakhor, Zubair Iqbal, 1987

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