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First Reader

Dr. Chris Brune

Second Reader

Professor Jeanie Curry

Third Reader

Dr. Barbara Pemberton


Islamic Finance differs in many forms from Conventional Finance commonly used in the United States. There are many components that are derived from the Islamic religious text, the Qu'ran. In this paper, I provide an analysis of the origin of these components, their implication in Islamic Finance, and the application in today's economy.

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