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ISLAMI FINANSIN GELECEĞİN E İLİŞKİN DÜŞÜNCELER

THOUGHTS ON THE FUTURE OF ISLAMIC FINANCE

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Islamic finance has been growing rapidly in recent years. Motivated by a heightened interest in financial instruments that emphasise risk sharing, it has been attracting greater attention in the wake of the recent financial crisis. Addressing key regulatory and governance issues will be essential for Islamic finance to achieve its full potential. Several multilateral development institutions, support the development of the industry. Islamic finance could account for a substantial share of financial services in several countries, enhancing financial inclusion and intermediation, and contributing more broadly to financial stability and development
Abstract (Original Language): 
İslami finans son yıllarda hızla büyümektedir. En son fınansal krizde, tslami Finansın risk paylaşımına önem veren finansal enstrümanları dikkat çekmeye başlamıştır, tslami finansın tam anlamıyla ulaşabileceği en üst seviyeye kavuşması için hükümetlerden ve düzenleme kuruluşlarından destek görmesi çok önemlidir. Dünya bankasının da dâhil olduğu bazı çok uluslu kuruluşlar bugün artık bu sahayı desteklemektedir. Gelecek yıllarda, İslami finans bazı ülkelerdeki fınansal hizmetlerin azımsanamayacak orandaki bir kısmında çok etkili olacaktır. Ayrıca İslami finans enstrümanları bu yolla da ülkelerin finansal istikrar ve gelişimine katkı sağlayacaktır. Bu çalışma ile İslamî finansın durumu irdelenecek ve geleceğine ilişkin öngörülerde bulunulacaktır.
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