Panorama de la finanza islámica: Historia, herramientas y futuro

Palabras clave: Islamic finance; Islamic banking; Sharî‘a; ribâ; sukûk.

Resumen

La industria de las finanzas islámicas ha crecido rápidamente en las últimas décadas, alcanzando un valor de 2 billones de dólares. Se basa en los principios de la Sharî‘a (ley islámica), que prohíbe la ribâ (interés) y ciertas actividades consideradas harâm (ilegal), como el juego y el consumo de alcohol. Este documento explora la motivación de la industria; su historia; sus instrumentos, productos y servicios; su atractivo, tanto para musulmanes como para no musulmanes; y la controversia que la rodea.

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20/01/2020