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Insight into Prospects of Islamic Banking: from Past to Present

Marxism. London: Abacus. Institute of Islamic Banking and Finance - AIMS UK. (2013). Retrieved from http://www.aims.education/islamic-banking-and-finance-institute/ Kassem, M. (2015). Islamic banking assets to reach $1 trillion milestone by end-2015. The National. Retrieved from http://www.thenational.ae/business/banking/islamic-banking-assets-to-reach-1-trillion-milestone-by-end-2015 Kļaviņš, K. (2015). The Importance of Islamic Civilization at the Crossroads of European Thinkers: 16th and 17th centuries. Scholarly Papers, 803, 66

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Institutional Entrepreneurship in Health Management: A Survey Experiment on Appreciative Inquiry®

. Journal of Applied Research for Business Instruction , Vol. 9, no. 1, pp. 1-5. North, D. (1990). Institutions, institutional change, and economic performance. Cambridge, UK: Cambridge University Press. North, D. (1991). Institutions. The Journal of Economic Perspectives , 5(1), 97-112. North, D. and B. Weingast. (1989). The evolution of institutions governing public choice in 17th century England. Journal of Economic History , Vol. 5, pp. 172-200. Oliver, C., Fitzgerald, S., and Hoxsey, J. (2011). Critical appreciation of appreciative inquiry

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