Bibliography: Economics and Religion

Economics & Religion: Banking, Business, & Finance in Islamic and Modern Societies

by Prof. Ahmed E Souaiaia

 Selected Bibliography

 Ahmed, Ali M. alas, Osvaldo. Is the Hand of God involved in Human cooperation?, International Journal of Social Economics, (2009): 70-80.

Ahmed, Habib.  Product Development in Islamic Banks, (Serie: Edinburgh Guide to Islamic Finance, edited by Rodney Wilson). Edinburgh: Edinburgh University Press, 2011.

Akerlof, George and Rachel Kranton. Economics and Identity. Quarterly Journal of  Economics,  105.3 (2000): 715-753.

Ali, Abbas J. and David Weir. Islamic Perspectives on Management and Organization.  Journal of Management, Spirituality & Religion, 2.3 (2005): 410-415.

Alles, Gregory. Religious economies and rational choice. On Rodney Stark and Roger Finke, Acts of Faith, (2000). In Contemporary Theories of Religion, edited by Michael Stausberg, 83-98. London, New York: Routledge 2009.

Alvey, James E. Economics and Religion: Globalization as the Cause of Secularization as viewed by Adam Smith. International Journal of Social Economics, 32.3 (2005).

Barraclough, R. Economic Structures in the Bible. Canberra, 1980.

Barro Robert and Rachel M. McCleary. Religion and Economic Growth. American Sociological Review, 68 (October 2003): 760-781.

Barro Robert and Rachel M. McCleary. Religion and Economy. Journal of Economic  Perspectives, 20.2 (2006): 49- 72.

Becker, Sascha O. and Ludger Woessman. The Effects of the Protestant Reformation on Human Capital. In The Oxford Handbook of the Economics of Religion, edited by Rachel McCleary, 93-110. Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2011.

Berger, Peter L. and Gordon Redding, eds. The hidden Form of Capital. Spiritual Influences in SocietalProgress. New York: Anthem Press, 2010.

Berman, Eli. Radical, Political and Violent. The New Economics of Terrorism. Cambridge and London: Massechusetts Institute of Technology Press, 2009.

Bhargava, Neeraj. The Influence of Islam on the Economic Development of Muslim Countries. Economy, Business and Finance, 20.235 (2005): 16-28.

Boubekeur, Amel and Olivier Roy, eds. Whatever Happened to the Islamists? Salafis, Heavy  Metal Muslims, and the Lure of ConsumeristIslam. New York: Columbia University Press, 2012.

Bruce, Steve. Religion and Rational Choice. A Critique of Economic Explanations of Religious Behaviour. Sociology of Religion, 54.2(1993): 193-205.

Coleman, Simon, The Globalization of Charismatic Christianity: Spreading the Gospel of Prosperity, Cambridge: CUP 2000.

Dolfsma, Wilfred, eds. Consuming Symbolic Goods: Identity & Commitment. Review of Social Economy, 62.3 (2004).

Eyre, Anne. Religion, Politics and Development in Malaysia. In Religion and the Transformations of Capitalism,Comparative Approaches, edited by Richard H. Roberts, 301-309. New York and London: Routlege, 1995.

Housby, Elaine. Islamic and Ethical Finance in the United Kingdom, (Serie: Edinburgh Guide to Islamic Finance, edited by Rodney Wilson). Edinburgh: Edinburgh University Press 2013.

Iqbal, Numawar, and David T. Llewellyn. Islamic Banking and Finance: New Perspectives on Profit-Sharing and Risk. Cheltenham et al.: Edward Elgar, 2000.

Isik, Damla. Just Like Prophet Mohammad Preached: Labor, Piety, and Charity in Contemporary Turkey.  In Feminist Economics, 20.4 (2014): 1-23.

Keister, Lisa A. Faith and money: How religion contributes to wealth and poverty. New York: Cambridge University Press, 2011.

Kuran, Timur. Behavioral Norms in the Islamic Doctrine of Economics: A Critique. Journal of Economic Behavior and Organization, 44 (1983): 353-379.

Kuran, Timur. The Genesis of Islamic Economics: a Chapter in the Politics of Muslim Identity. Social Research, 64 (1997): 301-338.

Kuran, Timur. The Long Divergence: How Islamic Law Held Back the Middle East.

Mannan, Muhammad Abdlu. Islamic Economics.  Boulder, Colo.: Westview Press, 1986.

McAnany, Patricia A. and E. Christian Wells. Toward a theory of ritual economy. In Dimensions of ritual economy, edited by E. Christian Wells and Patricia A. McAnany. Vol 27, Research in Economic Anthropology, edited by Donald C. Wood, 1-18. Bingley: Emerald, 2008.

Metin M. and Lanse Minkler. Religious Identity and Consumption. Review of Social Economy, LXII.3 (2004): 339-350.

Religion and the transformations of capitalism, Comparative approaches, edited by Richard H. Roberts, 1-18. New York and London: Routledge, 1995.

 Religion and the transformations of capitalism. Comparative approaches,  edited by Richard H. Roberts, 47-62. New York and London: Routledge, 1995.

Roberts, Richard H. Introduction. Religion and capitalism: a new convergence?, In

Rudnyckyj, Daromir. Spiritual Economies: Islam, Globalization, and the Afterlife of Development. Cornell: Cornell University Press, 2010.

Sadr, Sayyid Muhammad Bakr. Islam and the Schools of Economics. Teheran: Bonyad. 1984.

Saeed, Abdullah. Islamic Banking and Interest. A study of the prohibition of riba and its contemporary interpretation. Leiden: Brill, 1996.

Silver, Morris. Prophets and Markets: The Political Economy of Ancient Israel. Kluwer- Nijhoff: Boston, 1983.

Stolz, Jšrg. Salvation Goods and Religious Markets: Integrating Rational Choice and Weberian Perspectives. Social Compass, 53.1 (2006): 13-32.

Swatos Jr, William H. Islam and capitalism. A Weberian perspective on resurgence. In

Tripp, Charles. Islam and theMoral Economy: The Challenge of Capitalism. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2006.

Witham, Larry. Marketplace of the Gods: How Economics Explains Religion. Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2010.


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