Editorial: Trust and Islamic Capital

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Al-Abdulrazak, R. and Patel, G.H. 2017. Editorial: Trust and Islamic Capital. Society and Business Review. 12 (3), pp. 317-319.
AuthorsAl-Abdulrazak, R. and Patel, G.H.
Abstract

Trust, Islamophobia, Islamic finance and halal: each of them is a phenomenon that has had its fair
share of research in business journals and in social science. However, very little weight has been
given to the creation of trust across cultures through business stakeholders’ interactions of various
sorts. And perhaps even less given to studying trust in the context of “Islamic” products of various
sorts: here is where our special issue makes its intervention.

JournalSociety and Business Review
Journal citation12 (3), pp. 317-319
ISSN1746-5680
Year2017
PublisherEmerald
Accepted author manuscript
Digital Object Identifier (DOI)doi:10.1108/SBR-08-2017-0059
Publication dates
Print10 Sep 2017
Publication process dates
Deposited15 Sep 2017
Accepted31 Aug 2017
Accepted31 Aug 2017
Copyright information© 2017 Emerald
LicenseAll rights reserved
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