wir freuen uns auf einen Islamic Finance Kurs mit Prof Monzer Kahf.
ACHTUNG: geänderte Zeiten!
Nunmehr vom 24.12.2017 bis 29.12.2017 und am 30.12.2017 dann die Prüfung!
Mit freundlicher Unterstützung der KT Bank: Islamisch. Sinnvoll. Handeln.
Der Kurs wird englischsprachig angeboten werden, sowie mit einer Prüfung und anschließedem Zertifikat.
- Kursgebühr: 250€
- Studenten des EIHW zahlen 200€
- 10% Frühbucherrabatt bis 15.12.2017
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CV Monzer Kahf
Dr. Monzer Kahf is a Arab American professor of Islamic economics and finance. He received his Ph. D. in economics from University of Utah in 1975. He has made significant contributions to Islamic Economics and Finance.
His contributions include being a collaborating expert at the Islamic Fiqh Academy, IMF Consultant on Islamic Finance, and Resource person for IslamonLine.net and OnIslam.Net. Dr. Monzer also served as the Head of Research in IRTI-IDB, Senior Research Economist, Director of Finance in the Islamic Society of North America, and a few other positions. He is the author of 35 books, more than 75 published articles and scores of conference and encyclopedia entries on Awqaf, Zakah, Islamic finance and banking and other areas of Islamic economics.
Dr. Monzer is currently a professor for Islamic Finance Program, Faculty of Islamic Studies, Hamad bin Khalifa University, member of Qatar Foundation.
Honors and Awards: 2001; IDB Prize for Islamic Economics;
1962; President of Syria Award for best University Graduating Student.
Inhalte des Kurses:
Intensive Course on Islamic Finance
This course is intended as very intensive and interactive with the objective of acquiring a deep understanding of Islamic finance and its potential future with a test exam at the end.
The Program consists of five Modules distributed into 11 meetings of 3 hours each with an exam in the 12th. The content is as follows:
Module One: General introduction and principles
It consists of 4 lectures on the subjects of:
General principles of Islamic finance
- Islamic financial intermediation and the effect of Wakalah
- Innovation of Islamic finance
- Role of risk taking, developmental approach and the ethical dimension
- A brief of Islamic finance contracts
Module Two: Institutions and markets
It consists of one lecture:
- Institutions and markets of Islamic finance
It contains 2 lectures on Sukuk
- Sukuk, their characteristics and expansion
It contains two lectures on Islamic insurance
- Takaful and Islamic insurance
It will have two lectures on Zakah
- Importance and role of Zakah
- Its payers and recipients