Laura Elder

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One notable feature of Islamic finance is women’s role in interpreting Shariah compliance in the legal regimes that frame the market. In international finance globally, however, women are underrepresented both in financial services and global state economic governance institutions. Indeed Islamic finance is often framed as a response to the intensely gendered inequality fostered through contemporary processes of centralization and consolidation of capital. Some proponents view Islamic finance as an attempt to reassert social control within capital markets by re-regulating in favor of the productive use of capital (mooring financialRead More
laura elder
One notable feature of Islamic finance is women’s role in interpreting Shariah compliance in the legal regimes that frame the market. In international finance globally, however, women are underrepresented both in financial services and global state economic governance institutions. Indeed Islamic finance is often framed as a response to the intensely gendered inequality fostered through contemporary processes of centralization and consolidation of capital. Some proponents view Islamic finance as an attempt to reassert social control within capital markets by re-regulating in favor of the productive use of capital (mooring financialRead More
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