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- Funds@Work: Network Analysis Among Sharia Scholars v 4.0
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Harvard Islamic Finance Project DataBank

The Harvard Islamic Finance Project (IFP) website contains reports of IFP events for the past sixteen years and the Databank with over 9,000 records which include bibliographic information along with abstracts on articles, books, book chapters, conferences and theses relevant to the field of Islamic finance and economics. In addition to these resources, a collection of Quranic verses and hadith as well as a glossary of terms related to Islamic finance are included.

Users can register and access the Databank free of cost at http://ifp.law.harvard.edu. The IFP also features an option for users to submit their own published work or any relevant items via "Submit Your Work" option on the menu bar.

Many thanks to Muhammad Hassaan Yousuf for highlighting this resource.


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