nep-isf New Economics Papers
on Islamic Finance
Issue of 2021‒04‒05
three papers chosen by
Mohamed Mohamed Tolba Said

  1. Islamic Republic of Afghanistan; Technical Assistance Report-Strengthening Oversight over State-Owned Corporations, PPPs and Fiscal Risks By International Monetary Fund
  2. Examining Awareness level of Islamic Finance among Customers of Banks in Algeria - Exploratory Study By Bouarar, Ahmed Chemseddine; Mouloudj, kamel
  3. How Indonesian Companies Facing The Global Economic Disruption and It Impacts By Melani, Olivia Erisa

  1. By: International Monetary Fund
    Abstract: This remote mission provided the authorities with advice in fiscal risk management. The mission covered three interrelated topics: (i) the Public Finance and Expenditure Management (PFEM) Law and fiscal risks oversight and management; (ii) the Stated-Owned Corporations (SOC); and (iii) the Public-Private Partnerships (PPP). This report focuses especially on reforms that could be implemented during the life of the next IMF program.
    Date: 2021–03–22
  2. By: Bouarar, Ahmed Chemseddine; Mouloudj, kamel
    Abstract: The low level of awareness about Islamic finance (IF) can be one of the most important obstacles facing the development of Islamic finance. So, the purpose of this research is to examine the level of awareness about Islamic finance (Awareness of fundamental terminologies; basic rules and principles; products and services) among customers of banks in Algeria. Data were collected from 68 respondents based upon convenience sampling that was analyzed through SPSS version 16. The findings revealed that there are low levels of awareness of fundamental terminologies of Islamic financing. Further, results showed that respondents had little awareness of the Islamic finance products and services. on the other hand, the research found that there is a high level of awareness of basic rules and principles of Islamic financing. The research has some theoretical and practical implications for researchers, practitioners and policy makers.
    Keywords: Awareness; Islamic economics; Mudarabah; Musharakah; Ijara.
    JEL: G2 M31
    Date: 2020–02–26
  3. By: Melani, Olivia Erisa
    Abstract: How companies in Indonesia implement strategies to deal with global economic disruptions and survive these disruptions.
    Date: 2021–03–17

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