Islamic economics and finance have increased in importance over the last few decades, with new Islamic financial institutions opening up and a number of important books published on the topic.
This glossary, fully updated and revised for the new edition, uses easy to understand language to introduce terms used by Muslim scholars, historians and legal experts. The book covers terms from Arabic, Urdu, Turkish, Malaysian and English sources whilst covering the Islamic side of such terms as taxation, banking, insurance, accounting, and auditing.
The book's unassuming yet comprehensive nature will appeal to economists, bankers and accountants as well as students and researchers with an interest in economics and finance.
Muhammad Akram Khan is Deputy Auditor General in the Government of Pakistan. He has published several books on Islamic economics and Finance.
'This is a very valuable contribution to Islamic Economics and Finance and is a must in every library. It is a necessary reference volume to every student of the subject and practioners in the field.' - A.L.M. Abdul Gafoor, Appropriate Technology Foundation, Groningen, The Netherlands
'this enlarged second edition is indeed most welcome.' - The Muslim World Book Review