Islamic economics and the Islamic subeconomy
Literature on Islamic economics began to emerge during the mid-20thcentury. The literature declares that an Islamic economy would bring together the strengths of capitalism and socialism. Many countries that have opened interest-free Islamic banks have been profitable. The Islamic economy has been able to provide benefits which secular economic institutions can not give.
Publication Name: Journal of Economic Perspectives
How significant is the alleged unfair advantage enjoyed by state-owned banks in Germany?
The competition between state banks and commercial banks in generating funds, in Germany, is examined.
Publication Name: Cambridge Journal of Economics
Works councils and environmental investment: theory and evidence from German panel data
Influence of German works councils on environmental investment of firms is studied.
Publication Name: Journal of Economic Behavior & Organization
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