Wednesday, November 12, 2014, 2000 – 2200 – Lecture and Q&A
B102 – SOAS, Russell Square Campus
Dr Asutay will be explaining the concept of the Islamic Moral Economy: the axioms of its development; the differentiation between it, neoliberal and heterodox theories; and, inter alia, the need to focus on the social benefit of Islamic financial products rather then solely the shari’ah compliance of legal contracts.
Dr Mehmet Asutay teaches Islamic Political Economy, Islamic Moral Economy and Islamic Banking at Durham University. He is the Director of the Durham Centre for Islamic Economics and Finance. Dr Asutay is the Managing Editor of the Review of Islamic Economics and is an Associate Editor of the American Journal of Islamic Social Science.
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