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Title: Diagnosis of policies for selecting and evaluating investments in Islamic banks
Other Titles: applied study on a sample of Islamic banks
Authors: مقدم ليلى
Keywords: Project evaluation
investment objectives in Islam
Islamic banks
investment decision
Issue Date: 2019
Series/Report no.: Number 04/2019;
Abstract: The objective of this study is to diagnose the reality of the policies of selecting and evaluating investments in Islamic banks, in addition to providing a range of intellectual contributions to researchers in the field of evaluating projects on how to evaluate and compare from a purely Islamic perspective. In order to diagnose the reality of the Islamic banks in the Islamic world on how to evaluate and compare, a set of tools was used to reveal the most important methods and policies that seek to achieve the investment objectives in order to establish the Islamic Sharia controls. On this basis, this study proposes a set of objectives associated with the investment from the point of view of Islamic legitimacy purposes, which have been drawn from several studies and research, as formulated in a scientific template for the diagnosis of Islamic banks' policies on the evaluation of investment projects and to identify as well as to the extent of the consolidation of these Objectives related to investment from an Islamic perspective in evaluating projects and comparing them in Islamic banks.
Description: Journal of Quantitative Economics Studies JQES
ISSN: 2437-1033
Appears in Collections:Number 05 /2019

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