ISLAMIC FINANCE AND LAW
Managing pluralism in market economy
Rome Tor Vergata Islamic Finance Summer School
III Edition, 3-5 July 2013
Although Islamic finance has constantly grown in the last decades, key theoretical and operative issues, such as the incidence of Islamic law in this market, are still under debate. Recognizing the relevance of these issues, the Summer School aims at providing a comprehensive guide to Islamic finance and law in a context of pluralism.
By gathering major experts on the interaction between law, economics, ethics and religion in a frame of cultural diversity, the School will prove an illuminating opportunity for students, researchers and professionals to investigate the impact on market economy of an increasingly globalised world.
Deadline for registration > 28 June 2013 (see 'Registration')
Contact > firstname.lastname@example.org
Please download the 2013 brochure below