Financial innovation and engineering in Islamic financial institutions

Alamad, Samir (2016). Financial innovation and engineering in Islamic financial institutions. PHD thesis, Aston University.

Abstract

Drawing from work found in the financial innovation literature, the main objective of this research is to explore the effect of religious orientation towards financial innovation and engineering in Islamic Financial Institutions (IFIs). The research also examines what constitutes this religious orientation and how it is enacted in the innovation process. Religious orientation towards financial innovation is conceptualised and defined, as a system, in this research study. In order to achieve this objective, the study employs multiple theoretical perspectives to develop its theoretical framework. It combines innovation orientation theory with the theory on boundary objects to explore the role of religion in the financial innovation processes in IFIs. Religious orientation

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Institution: Aston University
Uncontrolled Keywords: innovation,religious orientation,shariah,boundary objects,islamic banking and finance
Completed Date: 2016
Authors: Alamad, Samir

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