Redefining the Purpose of Education and What It Means for the Future of Islamic Economy

Sadia Karim Current Issues in Islamic Finance, Human Resources in Islamic Finance, Islamic Economy, Islamic Finance, Islamic Finance Education Leave a Comment

Have you ever wondered  – “What is the purpose of education?” Or did this ever come into your mind – “How did the modern schooling system emerge, in what circumstances?” Or “Is education serving its purpose in the modern world?” Or “What is the new reality of our time from old times that may require a different approach in the method ...

The Old School Knowledge Dissemination and The Future of Islamic Economics and Finance

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In November 2013, Professor Habib Ahmed of University of Durham gave a talk at Qatar Faculty of Islamic Studies on the topic of “Knowledge, Economy, and Islamic Finance: A New Institutional Economic Perspective”. QFIS was visionary and generous enough to live stream that talk to expand the benefit of that knowledge beyond its own room and even gave cross border ...

The Lack of Human Resources in Islamic Finance & The Puzzle

Yurizk Current Issues in Islamic Finance, Entrepreneurship, Human Resources in Islamic Finance, Islamic Banking, Islamic Economy, Islamic Finance, Islamic Finance Education Leave a Comment

IFT. Given your experience in Islamic Finance Education, is the knowledge so imparted adequate to meet the evolving needs of the industry. If not how do you propose to address this? S.K.: According to some of the industry experts from both academia and practitioners and according to our research data, the answer is – ‘no’. It has to start from ...
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10 Trends To Shape The Future of Islamic Economics and Finance Education

Sadia Karim Human Resources in Islamic Finance, Islamic Economy, Islamic Finance, Islamic Finance Education Leave a Comment

Islamic Economics and Islamic Finance as subjects are not too old. Among many challenges concerning curriculum development, insufficient qualified educators in the field, lack of sufficient research and funding, it is hard to stop for a moment and take a look forward to see what the future holds for Islamic Finance education. We are living at a time of dramatic …