Faith, Finance, and Economy

Beliefs and Economic Well-Being

by Tanweer Akram, Salim Rashid

Faith, Finance, and Economy

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Book Description

This book seeks to foster a multidisciplinary understanding of the ties between faith, financial intermediation, and economic progress by drawing on research across economics, finance, history, philosophy, ethics, theology, public policy, law, and other disciplines. Chapters in this edited volume examine themes as consequential as economic opportunities, real world outcomes and faith; values and consumerism; faith, financial intermediation and economic development in Western and Islamic societies; and the impact of faith issues on US workers, on the workplace and religion, and on the characteristics of good wealth. Though engaging with difficult questions, this book is written in an accessible style to be enjoyed by laypeople and scholars alike.

This open book is licensed under a Creative Commons License (CC BY). You can download Faith, Finance, and Economy ebook for free in PDF format (3.9 MB).

Book Details

Subject
Business and Economics
Publisher
Palgrave Macmillan
Published
2020
Pages
243
Edition
1
Language
English
ISBN13
9783030387839
ISBN10
3030387836
ISBN13 Digital
9783030387846
ISBN10 Digital
3030387844
PDF Size
3.9 MB
License
CC BY

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