|Finance and International BusinessRaquib Zaman|
|International Finance and Islamic Banking|
An expert on Islamic banking practices, Raquib Zaman (Rah-keeb' Zah-mahn') can discuss the need to reexamine traditional interpretations of Islamic law in order to bring about more equitable and competitive banking practices in Muslim states. He also writes on historic boundaries, citizens' freedom of movement, ownership laws, and rights of individuals in Islamic nations. A native of East Pakistan (now Bangladesh), he served for several years as an economist in the Pakistan Institute of Development Economics. While there he became acquainted with fellow countryman Muhammad Yunus, winner of the 2006 Nobel Peace Prize for developing the concept of microcredit.
He teaches courses in Business Finance, Cases in Financial Management, Financial Markets and Institutions, International Business Seminar, and Corporate Financial Management. He has served as a consultant to the Food and Agricultural Organization of the United Nations, United Nations Economic Commission for Asia and the Far East.
"Islamic Identity and the Struggle for Justice"
"Islamic Perspectives on Territorial Boundaries and Autonomy' in "Islamic Political Ethics"
"Foreign Direct Investment in West Asia and Emerging Alliance for Growth and Transformation" in Journal of Global Business
"Interest-Free Islamic Banking: Ideals and Reality" in International Journal of Finance
"Monetary and Fiscal Policies of an Islamic State: The Claims Versus the Reality" in International Journal of Islamic and Arabic Studies
The Role of Socio-Economic Policies in Globalization and Economic Development: The Case of Selected Emerging and Lagging Economies
Islamic Financial Institutions and Instruments: Neither Islamic nor Innovative