One of the complexities overarching the concept of Islamic insurance is anchored in the belief system pertaining to fundamental Islamic Law, while another is embedded in the role of profit within the takaful contract. The purpose of this study is to empirically explore the association between the awareness of the existence of Islamic insurance (takaful) and religious perceptions of this financial service.
Islamic insurance, Takaful contract, Islamic law, Religious perception
Accounting | Insurance | Religion Law
Financial Performance Analysis
Applied Financial Economics Letters
Taylor and Francis
Maysami, Ramin Cooper and Williams, John Joseph.
Evidence on the Relationship between Takaful Insurance and Fundamental Perception of Islamic Principles. (2006). Applied Financial Economics Letters. 2, (4), 229-232. Research Collection School Of Accountancy.
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