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2. (2017). Islamic financial system and its ethical values: A solution to financial dilemma. Jointly written with Mustapha Hamat and Rusni Hassan. International Business Management, Vol. 11, Issue 8, pp. 1642-1654.
Using Lehman brothers as the background, this study identifies various unethical issues. It also proposes Islamic ethical values and principles which are embedded in the Islamic financial system as a solution to curb and overcome financial crises.
3. (2018, Jul 4). Staying positive for Islamic finance in Singapore. Jointly written with Fazrihan Duriat. Islamic Finance News, pp. 23-24.
Islamic finance exists as a niche as Singapore has a unique legislation catered to the aﬀairs of the Muslim minority, ie the Administration of Muslim Law Act. The Act, along with the Constitution of the Republic of Singapore (para 152), has paved the way for authorities to “protect, safeguard, support, foster and promote” Islamic finance, where the economic interests of the Muslims are concerned.