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2013, vol. 37, br. 1, str. 49-72
Može li islamski koncept finansiranja biti delotvoran u prevenciji ekonomskih kriza?
aUniverzitet u Nišu, Ekonomski fakultet
bDžavni univerzitet u Novom Pazaru, Departman za ekonomske nauke

e-adresasrdjan.marinkovic@eknfak.ni.ac.rs
Projekat:
Unapređenje konkurentnosti javnog i privatnog sektora umrežavanjem kompetencija u procesu evropskih integracija Srbije (MPNTR - 179066)

Sažetak
Aktuelna globalna ekonomska kriza ne samo što otežava da na globalnom nivou privreda očuva rast, već predstavlja i izazov vladajućoj ekonomskoj paradigmi koja postulira da ličnim ekonomskim interesom vođeni pojedinci, kroz složene interakcije, neizbežno obezbeđuju maksimum društvenih ciljeva. U radu istražujemo koncept islamskog bankarstva i finansija, ispitujući koliko je ovaj koncept održiva alternativa konvencionalnoj, zapadnoj bankarskoj i finansijskoj praksi. Analiziramo vezu između finansijske strukture i ekonomske stabilnosti, ali i specifične finansijske aranžmane sa aspekta usklađenosti pobuda ugovornih strana. Utvrdili smo da koncept islamskih finansija ne omogućuje radikalniju reformu postojeće prakse u poslovnom finansiranju, u pravcu obezbeđenja stabilnog finansijskog sistema. Ipak, preporuka napuštanja kamatonosnih finansijskih aranžmana, kada se primeni na upravljanje javnim sektorom, dotiče gorući ekonomski problem savremenog čovečanstva, sve veći rizik od pokretanja lavine prezaduženosti javnog sektora.
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