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The Negotiability of Debt in Islamic Finance: An Analytical and Critical Study
Islamic finance is a new, promising, and growing industry that serves Muslims and non-Muslims around the world. Many Western countries host Islamic financial institutions to benefit from Islamic financial businesses in ...
Is Islamic Insurance Ready to Take the Lead?: A Case Study of Saudi Arabian Insurance Law
The focus of this thesis is Islamic insurance, which has generated significant debate within Saudi society. Insurance is a new phenomenon for Muslims in general, and for the Saudi society, in particular, because most Islamic ...
A Legislative Model for Maternity and Parental Leave in Korea: Towards Gender Equality in Reconciling work and Childcare
This paper proposes a legislative model for maternity and parental leave in South Korea (hereinafter Korea) to realize gender equality in reconciling work and childcare. It recommends that Korea should replace its compulsory ...
Compulsory Licensing of Pharmaceutical Patents in Developing Countries
Many low- and middle-income countries experience difficulty in using compulsory licensing as a measure to balance patent protection and access to medicines. These difficulties persist despite relevant efforts made by some ...
Extraordinary Measures: A Comparative Approach to Crafting a New Legal Framework for Preventive Detention of Suspected Terrorists
Preventive detention as a counter-terrorism tool is fraught with conceptual and procedural problems and risks of misuse, excess and abuse. Many have debated the inadequacies of the current legal frameworks for detention, ...