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- DescriptionThis research project assesses the extent to which religion influences standards and behaviour in business, by comparing Islamic banking to co-operative banking as carried out by both Christians and Muslims. The study argues that Islamic banks are particular in the kind of products they offer, namely the Islamic financial instruments. On the other hand, it is the organisation which is key to co-operative banks. An empirical investigation of over 100 banks has revealed that Islamic banks are conventional banks with a product range modified according to Islamic religious law. Co-operative banks operate so as 'to help the poor', an objective in line with both Islamic and Christian ethics. The book demonstrates that Muslims and Christians can work together to foster development and to overcome poverty by referring to common ethical standards in business.
- Author BiographyThe Author: Born in Bochum, Germany, Ingmar Wienen studied Theology and Business in Germany, France and England. He has gained experience in various functions in the computer and telecommunication industries, including marketing and management, before joining the Royal Dutch/Shell Group where he is currently working as human resources policy advisor.
- Author(s)Ingmar Wienen
- PublisherPeter Lang GmbH
- Date of Publication01/01/1999
- SubjectManagement & Business: General
- Place of PublicationFrankfurt am Main
- Country of PublicationGermany
- First Published1999
- ImprintPeter Lang GmbH
- Content Notefig., tab. and graph.
- Weight240 g
- Width148 mm
- Height210 mm
- Edition Statement2nd Revised edition
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