The Islamic Mode of Regulation

A Speculation


  • Ibrahim Abraham University of Bristol



Islamic finance, regulation theory, political economy




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How to Cite

Abraham, I. (2011). The Islamic Mode of Regulation: A Speculation. Bulletin for the Study of Religion, 40(1), 5–15.




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