Advances in Islamic Finance, Marketing, and Management: An Asian Perspective

Dilip Mutum
The University of Nottingham, Malaysia

Mohammad Mohsin Butt
The University of Nottingham, Malaysia

Mamunur Rashid
The University of Nottingham (Malaysia Campus), Semenyih, Malaysia


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Product Details
Format:
Hardback
ISBN:
9781786358998
Published:
22 Dec 2016
Publisher:
Emerald Group Publishing Limited
Dimensions:
392 pages - 152 x 229mm
Demonstrating high quality theoretical and empirical findings in the areas of Islamic finance, banking, entrepreneurship, insurance, capital market, Islamic leadership, and Halal marketing, this new work includes topics on consumer perception, services orientation, new product development, risk management, industry readiness for better customer satisfaction, and policy issues coupling strategy and best practices. Of interest to both academics and practitioners who assist in making Shariah-centric strategies, this work is particularly important as Asia holds a major percentage of Islamic assets in South Asia, Southeast Asia, and the Middle East, with new opportunities opening in Central Asia.
Preface SECTION I: ISLAMIC FINANCE 1. The Last Alibi: Shari’ah Compliant Stocks on Momentum Profitability Assessment - Bob Li, Mong Shan Ee, Yee Ling Boo and Mamunur Rashid 2. Regulation, Performance and Future Challenges of Sukuk: The Evidence from Asian Markets - Abu Umar Faruq Ahmad 3. Determinants of Performance of Islamic Banks in GCC Countries: Dynamic GMM Approach - Mohammad Ashraful Ferdous Chowdhury and Mohamed Eskandar Shah Mohd Rasid 4. Evidence of Risk and Return Performance of Islamic Mutual Funds: The Case of Malaysia - Fadillah Mansor and M. Ishaq Bhatti 5. Risk Sharing Paradigm of Islamic Banks: Case of Bangladesh Mohammad Ashraful Ferdous Chowdhury, Mohammad Shoyeb, Chowdhury Akbar and Md. Nazrul Islam 6. The Role of Wa’d in Risk Management: The Malaysian Experience - Md. Faruk Abdullah and Asmak Ab Rahman 7. Financial Crimes in Perspective of Public Policy and Islamic Law: Case of Pakistan - Nadia Murtaza and Urooj Fatima 8. Structural Mix of Credit Portfolios in Islamic Banking System: Evidence from a South Asian Economy - Abdul Rafay, Tahseen Mohsan and Ramla Sadiq SECTION II: ISLAMIC MARKETING 9. Islamic Marketing: Compatibility with Contemporary Themes in Marketing - Ezlika Ghazali and Dilip S. Mutum 10. Profiling Islamic Banking Customers: Does Product Awareness Matter? - Norbani Che-Ha, Zalfa Laili Hamzah, Mohd Edil Abd Sukor, Saad Mohd Said and Komala Veeriah 11. The Role of Religion on Purchase Behavior of Muslim Consumers: The Context of Bangladesh - Mehree Iqbal and Nabila Nisha 12. Consumer Behaviour, Perception and Planning Towards Halal Marketing - Norafni Farlina binti Rahim 13. Halal Logistics: The Role of Ports, Issues and Challenges - Azmin Azliza Aziz and Suhaiza Zailani SECTION III: ISLAMIC BUSINESS AND MANAGEMENT 14. Managing the Institution of Zakat: Case Study of Muallaf in Selangor, Malaysia - Khadijah Binti Mohd Khambali Hambali, Zalfa Laili Hamzah, Mohd Zaidi Daud and Fuadah Johari 15. Evidence of CSR Practices of Islamic Financial Institutions in Indonesia - Firman Menne Index
Dilip S. Mutum, University of Nottingham Malaysia Campus, Malaysia Mohammad Mohsin Butt, Curtin University Sarawak Campus, Malaysia Mamunur Rashid, University of Nottingham Malaysia Campus, Malaysia
Researchers primarily from Malaysia but also other Asian countries and Australia fill some gaps in the knowledge about managing and conducting Islamic finance and how they are connected to managing other Islamic businesses. Their topics include the last alibi: shari'ah-compliant stocks on momentum profitability assessment, the risk-sharing paradigm of Islamic banks: the case of Bangladesh, Islamic marketing: compatibility with contemporary themes in marketing, profiling Islamic banking customers: whether product awareness matters, and managing the institution of Zakat: a case study of Muallaf in Selangor in Malaysia. Distributed in North America by Turpin Distribution.
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