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Prof Habib Ahmed, MA Economics (Chittagong, Bangladesh), MEcon (Oslo, Norway), PhD (Connecticut, USA)

Sharjah Chair in Islamic Law and Finance in the School of Government and International Affairs

Member of the Durham Centre for Islamic Economics and Finance

(email at habib.ahmed@durham.ac.uk)
Before joining Durham University as the Sharjah Chair, Habib Ahmed was Manager, Research and Development, Islamic Banking Development Group, The National Commercial Bank (NCB), Kingdom of Saudi Arabia. He also worked at Islamic Research & Training Institute of the Islamic Development Bank Group, Saudi Arabia and taught at the University of Connecticut, USA, National University of Singapore, and University of Bahrain. He has been a member of the Capital Adequacy Working Group of Islamic Financial Services Board (IFSB) which is responsible for, among others, setting standards and guidelines for Islamic banks and financial institutions.
Current Research

While Habib Ahmed’s research interests lie on various issues related to Islamic law and finance, he is currently working on three research themes. He is writing a chapter on Islamic microfinance that will be published in a forthcoming World Bank sponsored book entitled Islamic Finance and Economic Development. This book will be published after a World Bank sponsored international conference where key authors will be invited to present their chapters and discuss its policy implications. The second key research carried out by Habib lies in the area of ‘Law of Islamic Finance’. Other than working on an article on the theme, he is preparing a book proposal on the topic. Finally, drawing on his work on risk management, corporate governance and financial crisis, Habib is also working on risk governance issues.
Research Groups

Durham Centre for Islamic Economics and Finance

  • Islamic Economics and Finance
School of Economics, Finance and Business

Research Interests

  • Islamic Economics and Finance
  • Contemporary applications of Islamic commercial law
  • Economics of law
  • Non Profit Organisations and Waqf
Publications

Articles: magazine

  • Ahmed, Habib (2012). A different perspective on the financial crisis. Papers of Dialogue 3: 18-19.
  • Ahmed, Habib (2012). Defining Ethics in Islamic Finance: Looking Beyond Legality. New Horizon 184, July-September 2012: 20-26
  • Ahmed, Habib (2011). Waqf as a Sustainable Social Enterprise: Organisational Architecture and Prospects. Global Islamic Finance 32-39.
Books: authored

  • Ahmed, Habib (2011). Product Development in Islamic Banks. Edinburgh: Edinburgh University Press.
  • Ahmed, Habib (2004). 'Role of Zakat and Awqaf in Poverty Alleviation'. Jeddah: Islamic Research and Training Institute, Islamic Development Bank Group.
  • Ahmed, Habib & Chapra, M. Umer (2002). 'Corporate Governance in Islamic Financial Institutions'(Translated into Arabic). Jeddah: Islamic Research and Training Institute, Islamic Development Bank Group.
  • Ahmed, Habib & Khan, Tariqullah (2001). 'Risk Management: An Analysis of Issues in Islamic Financial Industry'(Translated into Arabic and French). Jeddah: Islamic Research and Training Institute, Islamic Development Bank Group.
Books: booklets

  • Ahmed, Habib (2007). 'Issues in Islamic Corporate Finance: Capital Structure in Firms'. Jeddah: Islamic Research and Training Institute, Islamic Development Bank Group.
  • Ahmed, Habib (2005). 'Operational Format for Islamic Equity Finance: Lessons from Venture Capital'. Jeddah: Islamic Research and Training Institute, Islamic Development Bank Group.
  • Ahmed, Habib (2002). 'A Microeconomic Model of an Islamic Bank'. Jeddah: Islamic Research and Training Institute, Islamic Development Bank Group.
  • Ahmed, Habib (2001). 'Exchange Rate Stability: Theory and Policies from an Islamic Perspective'. Jeddah: Islamic Research and Training Institute, Islamic Development Bank Group.
Books: edited

Edited works: contributions

  • Ahmed, Habib (2012). 'Organizational models of Islamic microfinance'. In Shari'a Compliant Microfinance. S. Nazim Ali Routledge. 17-32.
  • Ahmed, Habib (2012). 'Waqfs'. In Encyclopedia of Global Studies. Helmut K. Anheier Mark Juergensmeyer & Victor Faessel Sage Publications, Thousand Oaks.
  • Ahmed, Habib (2011). 'Waqf-Based Microfinance: Realizing the Social Role of Islamic Finance'. In Essential Readings in Contemporary Waqf Issues. Monzer Kahf & Siti Mashitoh Mahamood CERT, Kuala Lumpur.
  • Ahmed, Habib (2009). 'The Methodology of Islamic Economics'. In Encyclopedia of Islamic Economics, Principles, Definitions & Methodology. M.N. Siddiqi Yildiz A.S., Istanbul. 177-185.
  • Ahmed, Habib & Khan, Tariqullah (2007). 'Risk Management in Islamic Banking'. In Handbook on Islamic Banking. Hassan, M. Kabir & Lewis, Mervyn K. Edward Elgar.
  • Ahmed, Habib (2006). 'Withdrawal Risk in Islamic Banks, Market Discipline and Bank Stability'. In Islamic Financial Architecture: Risk Management and Financial Stability. Khan, Tariqullah & Muljawan, Dadang Jeddah: Islamic Research and Training Institute, Islamic Development Bank Group. 457-477.
  • Ahmed, Habib (2005). 'The Islamic Financial System and Economic Growth: An Assessment'. In Islamic Finance and Economic Development. Iqbal, Munawar & Ahmad, Ausaf New York: Palgrave Macmillan. 29-48.
  • Ahmed, Habib (2002). 'Incentive Compatible Profit-Sharing Contracts: A Theoretical Treatment'. In Islamic Banking and Finance: New Perspectives in Profit Sharing and Risk. Iqbal, Munawar & Llewellyn, David T. Edward Elgar. 40-54.
Journal papers: academic

  • Ahmed, Habib (2012). Islamic Law, Investors' Rights and Corporate Finance. Journal of Corporate Law Studies 12(2): 367-392.
  • Ahmed, Habib (2012). The Islamization of Economies and Knowledge: A New Institutional Economics Perspective. American Journal of Islamic Social Sciences 29(4): 22-45.
  • Ahmed, Habib (2011). Maqasid al-Shari’ah and Islamic Financial Products: A Framework for Assessment. ISRA International Journal of Islamic Finance 3(1): 149-160.
  • Ahmed, Habib (2011). Shar'iah Governance Regimes for Islamic Finance: Types and Appraisal -I regimi di governance conformi alla shari’ah nella finanza islamica: tipologia e valutazione. Economia Internazionale - International Economics 64(4): 393-412.
  • Ahmed, Habib (2009). 'Financial Crisis: Risks and Lessons for Islamic Finance'. ISRA International Journal of Islamic Finance 1(1): 7-32.
  • Ahmed, Habib (2008). 'Zakah, Macroeconomic Policies and Poverty Alleviation: Lessons from Simulation on Bangladesh'. Journal of Islamic Economics, Banking and Finance 4(2).
  • Ahmed, Habib, Hallwood, C. Paul & Miller, Stephen M. (2008). The Exchange Rate Investment Nexus and Exchange Rate Instability: Another Reason for ‘Fear of Floating’. KEIO Economic Studies 45: 49-79.
  • Ahmed, Habib (2006). 'Islamic Law, Adaptability and Financial Development'. Islamic Economic Studies 13(2): 79-101.
  • Ahmed, Habib (2004). 'Frontiers of Islamic Banking: A Synthesis of Social Role and Microfinance'. The European Journal of Management and Public Policy 3(1): 120-140.
  • Ahmed, Habib (2002). 'Financing Microenterprises: An Analytical Study of Islamic Microfinance Institutions'. Islamic Economic Studies 9(2): 27-64.
  • Ahmed, Habib & Miller, Stephen M. (2002). 'The Level of Development and the Determinants of Productivity Growth: A Cross-Country Analysis'. Applied Economics 34: 1089-1095.
  • Ahmed, Habib & Dua, Pami (2001). Effects of Monetary Variables on Real Output: Sensitivity Analysis. Applied Economics Letters 8: 65-69.
  • Ahmed, Habib & Stephen M. Miller (2000). 'Crowding-Out and Crowding-In Effects of the Components of Government Spending'. Contemporary Economic Policy 18(1): 124-133
  • Ahmed, Habib (1999). 'The Operating Format of Microfinance Schemes and the Core Poor under Persistent Shocks'. Savings and Development 23 (1): 57-67
  • Ahmed, Habib & Jose Tongzon (1998). 'An Investigation of Economic Linkages among ASEAN Group of Countries'. ASEAN Economic Bulletin 15 (2): 121-36.
  • Ahmed, Habib (1998). 'Responses in Price and Output to Monetary Shocks and the Interest Rates: A Rational Expectations Model with Working Capital'. Economic Letters 61: 351-58.
  • Ahmed, Habib & Miller, Stephen M. (1997). 'Monetary and Exchange Rate Policies in Multisectoral Economies'. Journal of Business and Economics 49(4): 321-34.
  • Ahmed, Habib & Randolph, Susan (1995). Liquidity Constraints, Productivity, Employment, and Output: Evidence from Nonagricultural Activities in Bangladesh. Journal of International Trade and Economic Development 4(3): 283-304.
Journal papers: professional

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