Candidates who hold a non-business Bachelor’s degree (e.g., engineering, medicine, chemistry) need to be brought up to a more or less comparable level with business graduates.
in Islamic Banking and Finance (SBF) at the University of Bahrain seeks to equip our graduates with the needed knowledge and become ethically oriented leader able to deal successfully with globalized dynamic environment and succeed in taking up significant managerial positions in Islamic Banking and Finance in domestic and global business enterprises.
Islam is a pro-growth and pro-human development religion and there is a long history of tremendous economic development in Islam but unfortunately since the last two centuries Muslim countries have derailed from the development...
more Islam is a pro-growth and pro-human development religion and there is a long history of tremendous economic development in Islam but unfortunately since the last two centuries Muslim countries have derailed from the development trajectory.
Specifically, the report looks at the appreciatory / depreciatory and volatility trends of these five exchange rates in the sample period along with their comparative levels of correlation with each other.
Based on these findings, the report considers the implications for the export competitiveness and foreign investment flows of Indonesian Rupiah as a result of the exchange rate movements.
This paper makes an initial attempt to investigate whether political stability affects economic growth in OIC oil dependent countries by using relatively advanced dynamic GMM and quantile regression.
This would add new theoretical dimension in political economy with the help of advanced econometric modeling which has been less explored in literature.
The study comes up with the policy recommendations for OIC countries in order to develop and diversify their economies.
Abstract Exchange rates are simply the price of one country’s currency in units of another.