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Islamic Finance (3 vols.)
Heaven's Bankers
Islamic Economics: the Ultimate Alternative
Islamic Capitalism and Finance ...
Shariah Compliant Private Equity ...
Islam and Sustainable Development
Legal, Regulatory and Governance ...
Islamic Accounting
Islamic Asset Management
Economia e Finanza Islamica
Shariah Law: An Introduction
Editor presentation, Cambridge University
The Four Horsemen (documentary)
Editor presentation, SESRIC, Istanbul
A Discussion on Islamic Home Finance (audio)
Discussion at St. Paul's (audio-visual)
Information for Muslim Investors
People First Economics (abridged extract)
Counting the Cost (Al Jazeera audio-visual)
Nyazee, I. and Rothbard, M. papers added
Submitting Comfortably Together
The Problem With Interest
The Alternative G-20 (audio-visual)
Lessons from Northern Rock
The Islamic Mortgage
Holding Back the Tide
Islamic Banking isn't Islamic
Questions for the Scholars
Boom, Bust, Crunch ... an Islamic Solution?
Transition Issues in Monetary Reform
Islamic Derivatives?