Current Research Grants

Australian Rearch Council Linkage Grants 2003-2009

A/Prof Constant Mews, Prof M Ariff, Prof M Skully, Dr AR Ghouse, Dr D Bakar and Prof A Saeed
Religion , Finance and Ethics: Islamic and conventional perspectives on shared principles, practices, and financial institutions and instruments

By linking together specialists in finance, banking and religious history, with the Muslim Community Cooperative (Australia), this project explores communication and mutual benefit between international Islamic finance and conventional Western finance. It will propose new financial structures and instruments to expand the scope of Islamic finance, to maximise lending and investment opportunities in Australia, and to promote interaction between the Islamic and conventional financial sectors. The project will enable Australian researchers to work with international authorities in Islamic finance, promoting dialogue between Islamic and other groups, and increase investment and development within the Australian financial market.

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