Corporate Governance Bibliography

Baali, A. Al- (2008), “The effective Shari’a supervision in the Islamic financial institutions”, Proceedings of the Third Global Conference for Islamic Economy in Umm Al Qora University, Saudi Arabia.

Abdallah, Ahmed Ali, The Role of Shariah Supervisory Board in Setting Accounting Policies in Islamic Banks: Selected Readings (London: Institute of Islamic Banking and Insurance, 1994).

Abdel Karim, RA (1990) “The Independence of Religious and External Auditors: the Case of Islamic Banks,” Accounting, Auditing & Accountability Journal, Vol. 3, No. 3 (March 1990), 34-44.

Abdel-Magib, MF 1981. ‘Theory of Islamic banks: accounting implications’, International Journal of Accounting, Fall: 78-102.

Abdul Bari, M (1996), “Shari’a auditing in Islamic banks,” Islamic Economic Journal, No. 188, Dubai Islamic Bank.

Abdul Rahman, AR “Issues in corporate accountability and governance: an Islamic perspective,” American Journal of Islamic Social Sciences 1998; 15 (1).

Abdullah Al-Omar, Fuad and Munawar Iqbal, Challenges Facing Islamic Banking in the 21st Century, Proceedings of the Second Harvard University Forum on Islamic finance: Islamic Finance in to the 21st Century Cambridge MA Center for Middle Eastern studies Harvard University 1999 243-253

Abomouamer, FM (1989). An Analysis of the Role and Function of Shari’ah Control in Islamic Banks. Phd. Dissertation, University of Wales.

Abu Ghudda, A (1997), “The auditor’s responsibilities in the light of Fiqh rules,” Islamic Economic Journal, Nos. 200-202.

Abu Ghudda, A, “Coordination among Shari’a Supervisory Boards, and the need for issuing Shari’a standards,” by Second Annual Conference of AAOIFI

Abu Ghudda, A. Al Dareer, and H. Hassan (“The relation between Shari’a Supervisory Boards and external auditors”) Proceedings of the First Annual Conference of AAOIFI, Bahrain

Abu Me’mer, F, “The Impact of Shari’a Supervision and Its Independence on Islamic Bank Transactions,” (Amman, Jordan: Jordan Islamic Bank, 1994).

Abu Me’mer, F. Abu Shadi, M. (1990), “The role of Islamic Banks in achieving economic development: a comparative study,” PhD dissertation for Shari’a and Law Faculty, Al Azhar University, Cairo.

Ahmad, SF (2001) ‘The ethical responsibility in business: Islamic principles and implications, in Khaliq Ahmed and Abul Hasan M. Sadeq, eds, Ethics in Business and Management: Islamic and Mainstream Approaches (London: ASEAN Academic Press), 189-206.

Ahmed, Khaliq and Abul Hasan M. Sadeq, eds, Ethics in Business and Management: Islamic and Mainstream Approaches (London: ASEAN Academic Press)

Algaoud, LM and M.K. Lewis, “The Bahrain Financial Centre: It’s Present and Future Role in Islamic Financing”, Accounting, Commerce and Finance: The Islamic Perspective Journal, Vol. 1, No. 2, (1997) pp. 43-66.

Ali, AJ, Islamic Perspectives on Management and Organization (Cheltenham: Edward Elgar; 2005.)

Ali, Salman Sayed and Ausaf Ahmad, eds., Islamic Banking and Finance: Fundamentals and Contemporary Issues (Islamic Research and Training Institute) Seminar Proceedings No 47 (2004)

Archer, S and R Karim, R. Abdel and T. Al-Deehani (1998), ‘Financial Contracting, Governance Structures and the Accounting Regulation of Islamic Banks: An Analysis in Terms of Agency Theory and Transaction Cost Economics’, Journal of Management and Governance, 2, 149–170.

Archer, S and RAA Karim: 1997, “Agency Theory, Corporate Governance and the Account- ing Regulation of Islamic Banks”, Research in Accounting Regulation, Supplement 1, Special International Edition.

Bakr, M on “Controlling standards for Islamic financial institutions.” Proceedings of the First Annual Conference of AAOIFI, Bahrain

Banaga, A G Ray, and C Tomkins (1994), External Audit and Corporate Governance in Islamic Banks: A Joint Practitioner-Academic Research Study (Avebury: Brookfield, WI, 1994).

Baydoun, N and R Willett (1997) “Islam and accounting: ethical issues in the presentation of financial information,” Accounting Commerce and Finance: The Islamic Perspective, Vol. 1 No. 1, pp. 1-25.

Bhatti, Maria and M. Ishaq Bhatti, “Legality of Corporate governance in Islamic Finance” in Amer al-Roubaie and Shafiq Alvi eds Islamic Banking and Finance: critical concepts in Economics (Routledge 2010 NY)

Briston, R and A Al-Ashker (1986) “Religious Audit: Could it Happen Here?,” Accountancy, Vol.98, No. 1118, October 1986, 120-121.

Chapra, M and Ahmed, H (2002), “Corporate governance in Islamic financial institutions,” Paper No. 6 presented at the Islamic Research and Training Institute (IRTI), Islamic Development Bank, Jeddah.

Chapra, M and M Umer and Tariqullah Khan (2000), Regulation and Supervision of Islamic Banks.

Chapra, Umer M and Tariqullah Khan (2000), Regulation and Supervision of Islamic Banks. Occasional Paper No. 3. Jeddah (IDB/IRTI) 2002.

Claessens, S (2006): “Corporate Governance of Islamic Banks: Why is Important, How is it Special and What does this Imply? “, The World Bank Financial Sector Network, The Islamic Financial Services Board. Occasional Paper No. 3. Jeddah (IDB/IRTI) 2002.

Daoud, H (1996), “Shari’a Supervision in Islamic Banks,” 1st ed., International Institute of Islamic Thought, Cairo.

Dawud, HY (1996). Shari’a Control in Islamic Banks. Herndon, Virginia: International Institute of Islamic Thoughts.

de Lorenzo, Yusuf Talal, ‘Shari’ah Compliance Risk,” Chicago Journal of International Law 7(2) 387-408.

de Lorenzo, Yusuf Talal (2004), “Shari’a supervision of Islamic funds,” in S. Jaffer, ed, Islamic Asset Management: Forming the Future for Shari’a-Compliant Investment Strategies (London: Euromoney Books).

Deehani, T and R Karim, and V Murinde, “The capital structure of Islamic banks under the contractual obligation of profit sharing,” International Journal of Theoretical and Applied Finance, Vol. 2 No. 3 (1999), pp. 243-83.

Farah, F (2008), “Shari’a supervision: model and reality,” Proceedings of the Third Global Conference for Islamic Economy in Umm Al Qora University, Saudi Arabia

Farah, F, “The legal framework of Shari’a Supervisory Boards”, Proceedings of the Conference of New Fiqh Issues in Islamic Banks’ Transactions, Amman, Jordan (1994).

Gamal, Mahmoud A. El- “Islamic Bank Corporate Governance and Regulation: A Call for Mutualization.” (unpublished)

Grais, Wafik and Matteo Pellegrini “Corporate Governance and Stakeholders’ Financial Interests in Institutions Offering Islamic Financial Services,” World Bank Policy Research Working Paper in 2006

Grais, Wafik and Matteo Pellegrini, “Corporate Governance and Shariah Compliance in
Institutions Offering Islamic Financial Services.” World Bank Policy Research Working Paper in 2006;

Grais, Wafik and Matteo Pellegrini, “Corporate Governance in Institutions Offering Islamic Financial Services- Issues and Options,” September, World Bank Policy Research Working Paper 4052, in 2006;

Hairul Azrin Haji Besar, Mohd et al, “The Practice of Sharī ‘ah Review as Undertaken by Islamic Banking Sector in Malaysia,” Proceedings of the 8th International Business Research Conference, Dubai UAE 27-28 March 2008.

Hakim, Sam R, “Islamic banking, challenges and corporate governance,” (LARIBA, 2002).

Hammad, H (2009), “Towards an effective role of Shari’a supervision in Islamic Banks”, Proceedings of the Conference of Islamic Banking between Reality and Expectations, Dubai, UAE, pp. 1-48.

Hammad, H, “Shari’a Supervision in Islamic Banks,” (Beirut: Dar Al Nafa’is, Beirut, 2006).

Hammad, N (“Shari’a and legal responsibilities of Shari’a Supervisory Board members,”) Proceedings of the Second Annual Conference of AAOIFI, Bahrain,

Haron, S and N. Ahmad,  SL Planisek (1994), “Bank patronage factors of Muslim and non- Muslim customers”, International Journal of Bank Marketing, Vol. 12, No. 1, pp. 32-40.

Hasan, Zulfikli,  Shari‘ah Governance in Islamic Banks (Edinburgh: Edinburgh Guides to Islamic Finance, 2012)

Hemaish, A (2005), “The Boards of Fatwa and Shari’a control in Islamic Banks – study and rectification,” Proceedings of the Conference of Islamic Financial Institutions: Current Features and Future Horizons, College of Shari’a and Law, University of UAE, Al-Ain, UAE (2005).

Henry, Clement M. and Rodney Wilson eds., The Politics of Islamic Finance (Edinburgh: Edinburgh University Press 2004), 17-36.

IFSB 2005 “Guiding Principles of Risk Management” and (2006) “Guiding Principles on Corporate Governance for Institutions Offering Only Islamic Financial Services [Excluding Islamic Insurance (Takaful) Institutions and Islamic Mutual Funds].

INCEIF (2006), Islamic Finance Regulation and Governance, (International Centre for Education in Islamic Finance, Kuala Lumpur).

Iqbal, M and A Mirakhor (2004), ‘Stakeholders Model of Governance in Islamic Economic System’ Islamic Economic Studies, 11(2) 43-63.

Kahaf, Monzer “Factors of Success of Islamic Banks: An Empirical Study” in

Kahf, M, “Islamic Banks: The Rise of a New Power Alliance of Wealth and Shari’ah Scholars” in Clement M. Henry and Rodney Wilson eds., The Politics of Islamic Finance (Edinburgh: Edinburgh University Press 2004), 17-36.

Khan, MF and Feddad, “The Growth of Islamic Financial Industry: Need for Setting Standards for Shariah Application,” Sixth Harvard Forum on Islamic Finance (Cambridge, MA, May 2004).

Lahasāsinah, Ahsan, “Introduction to fatwa, shariah supervision & governance in Islamic finance,” (Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia : CERT, c2010).

Lewis, MK, “Accountability and Islam” Fourth International Conference on Accounting and Finance in Transition, Adelaide, Australia, 10-12 April 2006.

Lewis, MK, “Islamic Corporate Governance,” Review of Islamic Economics, 9 (1) (2005) 5-29

Martin, WM and K Hunt-Ahmed, “Executive compensation: the role of Shari’a compliance,”

Mohd Daud Bakar: ‘The Shari’a supervisory board and issues of Shari’a rulings and their harmonisation in Islamic banking and finance,” in Simon Archer and Rifaat Ahmaed Abdul Karim, eds., Islamic Finance: Innovation and Growth (London: Euromoney Books and AAOIFI, 2002)

Nienhaus, Volker “Corporate Governance in Islamic Banks” in Kabir Hassan, Mervyn Lewis, Handbook of Islamic Banking 128-143

Omar, M and M. Al-Zarrqa “Shari’a internal control” by (contribution of SSB to IFIs) Proceedings of the Second Annual Conference of AAOIFI, Bahrain, proceedings published in Salman Sayed Ali and Ausaf Ahmad, eds., Islamic Banking and Finance: Fundamentals and Contemporary Issues (Islamic Research and Training Institute) Seminar Proceedings No 47 (2004)

Qaradawi, Yusuf Al (2001), “Enhancing the controlling techniques over Islamic financial transactions”, Islamic Economic Journal, No. 238, pp. 15-19 (Dubai Islamic Bank).

Qattan, M al- (2004), Shari’a Supervision in Institutions Offering Islamic Financial Services (Egypt: Dar Al Nahda Al Arabia).

Rammal, HG (2006), “The Importance of Shari’ah Supervision in Islamic Financial Institutions,” Corporate Ownership and Control Journal, Vol. 3, No. 3, pp. 204-208.

Rammal, Hussain G  and Lee D. Parker, “Audit and Governance in Islamic Banks: Selection and Training of Shari’ah Advisors” (accessed 24 April 2014).

Rider, Barry, “Corporate Governance for Institutions Offering Islamic Financial Services” Craig R Nethercott and David M Eisenberg, Islamic Finance: Law and Practice (London: Oxford University Press, 2012), 133-173, at 142.”

Saad, A Al “Shari’a supervision and its impact on Islamic banks”, and A. Fayyad, “Shari’a supervision and current challenges to Islamic Banks,” Proceedings of the Third International Conference for Islamic Economic, Jeddah, Saudi Arabia (2004).

Salaheen, A al- “Boards of Fatwa and Shari’a supervision and their role in Islamic financial institutions,” Proceedings of the Conference of Islamic Financial Institutions: Current Features and Future Horizons, College of Shari’a and Law, University of UAE, Al-Ain, UAE (2005).

Sarker, MAA, ‘Islamic Business Contracts: Agency Problems and the Theory of Islamic Firms’, International Journal of Islamic Financial Services, 1(2), Jul–(Sep. 1999).

Shahul, H and Mulyany (2007) “Sharī ‘ah Audit for Islamic Financial Institutions (IFIs): Perception of Accounting Academicians, Audit Practitioners and Sharī ‘ah Scholars,” International Islamic University Malaysia Accounting Conference, Gombak (2007).

Shaikh, MA “Ethics of decision making in Islamic and western environments,” American Journal of Islamic Social Sciences 1988; 5(1): 115–28.

Shanmugam, Bala and Vignesen Perumal, Corporate Governance: An Islamic Paradigm’ and was previously published in Islamic Finance news (Volume 3, Issue 37), np.

Shanmugam, Bala, “Governance Issues in Islamic Banking,” Islamic Finance News 37.

Shehata, H, “Organizational management, administration and responsibilities of the Shari’a Supervisory Board in Islamic financial institutions”, Islamic Economic Journal, No. 116 (1991), 41-48.

Sourial, M (2004), “Corporate governance in the Middle East and North Africa: an overview,” Mimeo, Ministry of Foreign Trade, Cairo.

Vaseehar, Hassan, Bala Shanmugam, Vignesen Perumal, eds.  Corporate governance : an Islamic paradigm (Serdang : Universiti Putra Malaysia Press, 2005.)

Zoair, M (1996), “The role of Shari’a supervision in the development of banking transactions,” Islamic Economic Magazine, No. 186, pp. 43-50,