Balancing Islamic and Conventional Banking for Economic Growth Empirical Evidence from Emerging Economies / edited by Murat USTAOGLU, Ahmet INCEKARA.
Contributor(s): USTAOGLU, Murat [editor. ] | INCEKARA, Ahmet [editor. ] | SpringerLink (Online service).Material type: BookPublisher: Cham : Springer International Publishing : Imprint: Palgrave Macmillan, 2017Edition: Balancing Islamic and Conventional Banking for Economic Growth.Description: XX, 130 pages ; 21 cm.Content type: text Media type: unmediated Carrier type: ISBN: 9783319595535.Subject(s): Finance | Banks and banking | Economic growthDDC classification: 332.1221 Online resources: Table of Contents / Abstracts | Tillgñglig fr̲ Gt̲eborgs universitet / Online access for the University of Gothenburg SpringerLink Books Economics and Finance 2017:Full Text | Tillgñglig fr̲ anvñdare inom Stockholms universitet SpringerLink Books Economics and Finance 2017:Full Text | Online access for HKR Ebook Central | Extern tillgn̄g endast anstl̃lda och studenter vid LiU Springer eBooks (Economics and Finance 2017) | Student portal login Springer DDA:Full Text | Tillgñglig fr̲ anvñdare inom Uppsala universitet SpringerLINK eBooks - English/International Collection (2017) | Online access for Chalmers SpringerLink
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1. Introduction -- 2. Dual Banking Systems Dynamics and a Brief Development History of Islamic Finance in Select Emerging Islamic Economies -- 3. Financing Economic Growth in Emerging Economies: A Theoretical Approach -- 4.The Turkish Economy and Financing Growth by Dual Banking: Empirical Evidence -- 5. Financing Economic Growth by Dual Banking in Malaysia: Empirical Evidence -- 6. A Quantitative Reassessment of the Dual Banking-Growth Nexus in Indonesia: Comparative Analysis -- 7. Economic Development and Financing Growth in a Hydrocarbon Economy: Qatar -- 8. Findings and Conclusion. .
This Palgrave Pivot empirically analyzes the role of conventional and interest-free Islamic banking in the growth process of developing Islamic nations. After explaining the theoretical background of this dual banking system structure, the book then empirically analyzes growth in a variety of sectors - such as agriculture, manufacturing, and tourism - in the predominantly Muslim countries of Turkey, Malaysia, Indonesia, and Qatar. Finally, the book concludes with a detailed comparison of policy efficiency surrounding the dual bank structure, providing advice from more successful countries that can be applied to those still struggling to find a balance.