Islamic Capital Market Products in Post Revolution Countries: Case of Tunisia

Mohamed Bechir BELAID

Abstract


This paper gives a discussion about the Islamic capital market products and it’s possible role to promote economy and foster financial stability to a post revolution country such Tunisia. The Islamic financial system as a part of the whole Islamic capital market is playing important roles in offering original modes of financing to both individuals and businesses. That’s why we are asking about the possibility to develop an Islamic capital market which will contribute to come out the economic difficulties of this country. This paper can be thought of as an indicator about the contribution of Islamic capital market products in promoting post revolution countries economies. To my knowledge it’s the first paper treating this problematic in order to give useful reflections to the interested in this domain of Islamic finance in these specific regions known by their revolutions climates.

Keywords


Islamic capital market products; Sukuks; Post revolution country.

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DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.18533/ijbsr.v3i4.31

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