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Dynamics Of Islamic Finance Products And Contracts In Indonesia

Dynamics Of Islamic Finance Products And Contracts In Indonesia

Historically, the practice and implementation of Islamic principles in financial sector began in the second half of The 20th century. It is evident from the emergence of Islamic financial institutions, either banking or non-banking, during this period. The birth of Islamic financial institutions was a response to the increase in the demand for financial services that are based on Islamic principles or Shariah.

Gradually, the practice of Islamic economics and finance continues to develop further. Starting with the learning of jurisprudence (fiqh) and scholastic argumentation (kalam), exploration of economics doctrines that are in harmony of with Islamic principles, and formulation of applied Islamic economics and finance concepts. This pre-condition provides a solid foundation for the development of applied Islamic economics and finance throughout the world, either in Muslim or non- Muslim countries.

The role of Muslim intellectuals in many countries in formulating the concept of implementation of Islamic principles in financial and economic sectors cannot be underestimated in this respect. Whilst Islamic finance in Indonesia, which is driven primarily by banking sector, emerged at the beginning of 1990s with the establishment of the first Islamic bank, Bank Muamalat Indonesia in 1991.

Ikhtisar Lengkap   
Bahasa: Inggris

Penulis: Darsono / Siti Astiyah / Androecia Darwis / Ali Sakti / Enny Tin Suryanti
Editor: Dr. Muhammad Syafii Antonio, M.Ec

Penerbit: Tazkia Publishing
ISBN: 9786027540163
Terbit: Juni 2012, 477 Halaman

Ikhtisar

Historically, the practice and implementation of Islamic principles in financial sector began in the second half of The 20th century. It is evident from the emergence of Islamic financial institutions, either banking or non-banking, during this period. The birth of Islamic financial institutions was a response to the increase in the demand for financial services that are based on Islamic principles or Shariah.

Gradually, the practice of Islamic economics and finance continues to develop further. Starting with the learning of jurisprudence (fiqh) and scholastic argumentation (kalam), exploration of economics doctrines that are in harmony of with Islamic principles, and formulation of applied Islamic economics and finance concepts. This pre-condition provides a solid foundation for the development of applied Islamic economics and finance throughout the world, either in Muslim or non- Muslim countries.

The role of Muslim intellectuals in many countries in formulating the concept of implementation of Islamic principles in financial and economic sectors cannot be underestimated in this respect. Whilst Islamic finance in Indonesia, which is driven primarily by banking sector, emerged at the beginning of 1990s with the establishment of the first Islamic bank, Bank Muamalat Indonesia in 1991.

Daftar Isi

Cover Dynamics
Dynamics of Islam finance products and contracts in Indonesia
     Dynamics of islamic finance products and contracts in Indonesia
          Foreword Governor of Bank Indonesia
          Foreword Deputy Governor of Bank Indonesia
          Preface head of Department central Banking research
          Executive summary dynamics of islamic finance products and contracts in Indonesia
          Table of contents
          LIst of figures
          List of tables
          Glossary
          Chapter 1 introduction
               1.1 Background
               1.2 Institutionalization and Practical Development ofIslamic Financial
               1.3 Development of Islamic Financial Products and Contracts
          Chapter 2 the theory of contract and its application in islamic finence
               2.1 Theory of Contract
               2.2 Roles of a Contract in Financial Transaction
               2.3 Types of Contracts in Islamic Financial Industry
               2.4 Comparison of Products and Contracts
               2.5 Conclusion
          Chapter 3 dynamics of product and contract before the formation of national shariah board
(DSN)
               3.1. Fatwa Authority
               3.2. Products and Contracts for Islamic Banking
               3.3 Products and Contracts for Islamic Insurance
               3.4 Products and Contracts of Islamic Mutual Funds
               3.5 Products and Contracts before the Formation of DSN
          Chapter 4 dynamics of funding products and contracts
               4.1 Savings Based Funding
               4.2 Investment Based Funding
               4.3 Social Funding
               4.4 Comparison of Contracts Used in Funding Productsin Several Countries
          Chapter 5 dynamics of financing products and contracts
               5.1 Profit and Loss Sharing Products
               5.2 Sale and Purchase Products
               5.3 Equity Participation in Islamic Bank
               5.4 Comparison of Financing  Contracts in Several Countries
          Chapter 6 dynamics of products and contracts in services
               6.1 Letter of Credit (L/C)
               6.2. Bank Guarantee
               6.3 Qard Loan
               6.4 Currency Trading (Sarf)
               6.5 Islamic Pawnbroking
               6.6 Comparison of Contract Used in Services Product in Several Countries
          Chapter 7 dynamics of products and contracts in payment system
               7.1 Shariah Card
               7.2 Shariah Charge Card
               7.3 Transfer and Collection
               7.4 Payment Services (Payment Point)
               7.5 Comparison on Contracts Used in Payment Point System Products in Selected Countries
          Chapter 8 dynamics of products, contracts, and islamic monetary instruments
               8.1 Bank Indonesia Certificates (SBI)
               8.2 Islamic Sovereign Bonds/Sovereign Sukuk
               8.3 Corporate Sukuk
               8.4 Comparison on Contracts Used for Securities Product in Selected Countries
          Chapter 9 dynamics of other products and contracts: Bancassurance and islamic mutual funds
               9.1 Islamic Bancassurance
               9.2 Islamic Mutual Funds
               9.3 Comparison on Hybrid Products Contracts in Selected Countries
          Chapter 10 challenges, opportunities, and policy directions of islamic financial contracts
               10.1 Challenges
               10.2 Opportunities
               10.3 Policy Direction
          References
          Quotation