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Dr. Mohammad Omar Farooq
 
Highest Degree: Postdoctorate in Sustainable Development and Appropriate Technology from University of California, USA
 
Institute: University of Bahrain, Bahrain
 
Area of Interest: Economics
  •   Economic Development
  •   Financial Markets
  •   Islamic Economics
  •   Islamic Banking
 
URL: http://livedna.org/880.12067
 
My SELECTED Publications
1:   Al-Shammari, M., M.O. Farooq and H. Masri, 2015. Multiple Criteria in Islamic Portfolio Selection. In: Multiple Criteria Decision Making in Finance, Insurance and Investment. Al-Shammari, M. and H. Masri (Ed.). Springer International Publishing, Switzerland., ISBN: 978-3-319-21157-2, pp: 1-7..
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2:   Farook, S. and M.O. Farooq, 2013. Shariah governance, expertise and profession: Educational challenges in Islamic finance. ISRA Int. J. Islamic Finance, 5: 137-160.
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3:   Farook, S.Z. and M.O. Farooq, 2011. Incentive-based regulation for Islamic banks. J. Islamic Accounting Bus. Res., 2: 8-21.
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4:   Farooq, M.O. and M.H. Reza, 2014. Dow jones islamic market US index: Applying technical analysis from a comparative perspective. Int. J. Islamic Middle East. Finance Manage., 7: 395-420.
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5:   Farooq, M.O. and N. El Ghattis, 2015. Qard Hasan, credit cards and Islamic financial product structuring: Some Qur'Anic and practical considerations. J. Islamic Financial Stud., 1: 1-17.
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6:   Farooq, M.O., 2007. Partnership, equity-financing and Islamic finance: Whither profit-loss sharing? Rev. Islamic Econ., 11: 67-88.
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7:   Farooq, M.O., 2007. Stipulation of excess in understanding and misunderstanding riba: The al-jassas link. Arab Law Q., 21: 285-316.
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8:   Farooq, M.O., 2007. The riba-interest equivalence: Is there an Ijma (consensus)? Transnational Dispute Manage., Vol. 4. .
9:   Farooq, M.O., 2008. The challenge of poverty and the poverty of Islamic economics. J. Islamic Econ. Banking Finance, 4: 35-58.
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10:   Farooq, M.O., 2009. On overstretched critique and mathematization of Islamic economics. J. King Abdulaziz Univ. Islamic Econ., 22: 83-89.
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11:   Farooq, M.O., 2009. Riba, interest and six hadiths: Do we have a definition or a conundrum? Rev. Islamic Econ., 13: 105-141.
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12:   Farooq, M.O., 2009. The challenge of poverty and mapping out solutions: Requisite paradigm shift from a problem-solving and Islamic perspective. J. Islamic Econ. Banking Finance, 5: 45-76.
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13:   Farooq, M.O., 2009. The riba-interest equation and Islam: Reexamination of the traditional arguments. Global J. Finance Econ., 6: 99-111.
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14:   Farooq, M.O., 2011. Analogical reasoning (qiyas) and the commodification of women: Applying commercial concepts to the marital relationship in Islamic law. Islam Civilisational Renewal, 3: 154-180.
15:   Farooq, M.O., 2011. Qard Hasan, Wadi'ah/Amanah and bank deposits: Applications and misapplications of some concepts in Islamic banking. Arab Law Q., 25: 115-146.
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16:   Farooq, M.O., 2011. Self-interest, homo Islamicus and some behavioral assumptions in Islamic economics and finance. Int. J. Excellence Islamic Banking Finance, 1: 52-79.
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17:   Farooq, M.O., 2011. Toward Our Reformation: From Legalism to Value-Oriented Islamic Law and Jurisprudence. The International Institute of Islamic Thought London, Washington, USA., ISBN: 978-1-56564-371-0, Pages: 320..
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18:   Farooq, M.O., 2012. Exploitation, profit and the riba-interest reductionism. Int. J. Islamic Middle East. Finance Manage., 5: 292-320.
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19:   Farooq, M.O., 2013. Contemporary Islamic Economic Thought. In: Contemporary Islamic Finance: Innovations, Applications, and Best Practices. Hunt-Ahmed, K. (Ed.). John Wiley, USA., pp: 19-37..
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20:   Farooq, M.O., 2014. Islamic wealth management and the pursuit of positive-sum solutions. Islamic Econ. Stud., 22: 99-124.
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21:   Farooq, M.O., 2015. Islamic finance and debt culture: Treading the conventional path? Int. J. Social Econ., 42: 1168-1195.
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22:   Ibrahim, A.A., R.J. Elatrash and M.O. Farooq, 2014. Hoarding versus circulation of wealth from the perspective of maqasid al-Shari'ah. Int. J. Islamic Middle East. Finance Manage., 7: 6-21.
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