V. İslam Ekonomisi ve Finansı Kursu


“Teaching Orientation Course on Islamic Economics, Banking and Finance”

17-20 Ekim 2017

 

İstanbul Sabahattin Zaim Üniversitesi Uluslararası İslam Ekonomi ve Finansı Araştırma ve Uygulama Merkezi (İSEFAM) işbirliği ve ev sahipliğinde, İslam Kalkınma Bankası, Islamic Research and Training Institute (IRTI) tarafından “Teaching Orientation Course on Islamic Economics, Banking and Finance” konulu bir eğitim programı düzenlenecektir.

Program 17-20 Ekim 2017 tarihleri arasında İstanbul Sabahattin Zaim Üniversitesinin Halkalı yerleşkesi Seminer I Salonunda gerçekleşecektir. Katılım ücretsiz olup Program IRTI tarafından finanse edilecektir.

Adayların ulaşım ve konaklama ihtiyaçları, kendileri veya kurumları tarafından karşılanması beklenirken kampüste öğlen yemeği İkram edilecektir.

İslam Ekonomisi ve Finansı Kursuna, Türkiye’de faaliyet gösteren ilgili kurumlarda çalışan veya üniversitelerin herhangi bir bölümünde öğrenim gören yüksek lisans ve Doktora öğrencileri a.demirci@izu.edu.tr adresine e-posta yoluyla CV’lerini göndererek 10 Ekim 2017 tarihine kadar müracaat edebilirler.

Sınırlı sayıda talep kabul edileceğinden ön kayıtlar için son müracaat tarihi 10 Ekim 2017’dir. Katılmaya hak kazananlar 15 Ekim 2017 tarihinde kursa davet edileceklerdir.

Programın eğitim dili İngilizcedir.

 

"Teaching Orientation Course on Islamic Economics, Banking and Finance"

Introduction 17-20 October 2017

The Teaching Orientation Course (TOC) on Islamic Economics, Banking and Finance is an Orientation Course designed especially for employees of the Islamic Banks and University Teachers and would-be teachers who would like to not only learn about the subjects but to know also how to implement and teach them to their future students.

 

Aims of the Course

This course aims at

1. Exposing the participants (University teachers and would-be teachers interested in teaching Islamic economics, banking and finance to their future students) to the subjects and making them aware of their development.

 

2. Exposing the participants to the jargon of Islamic economic terms used in the course and in the related literature.

3. Assessing the ex-ante and ex-post knowledge of the participants on the subjects.

4. Introducing the participants to the different aspects of Islamic economics, banking and finance.

5. Equipping the participants with clear and concise components of a Teaching Course to help them teach the subjects.

6. Providing the participants with samples of ready-made lectures that include a Glossary, power point presentations, references and extra reading material.

7. Discussing the various aspects of the subjects

8. Seeking to receive feedback from the participants in the forms of questions, enquiries, discussions, presentations and brainstorming sessions.

9. Facilitating the tasks of those who would like to teach Islamic economics, banking and finance.

10. Preparing teachers and trainers to be well-versed in the principles and concepts of Islamic economics, banking and finance.

11. Meeting the demand for experts, trainers and teachers in Islamic banking and

finance worldwide

 

Target Audience:

The TOC is intended for University Teachers or university graduates wishing to teach

the subjects of Islamic Economics, Banking and Finance and need some assistance in terms of guidance, material, sample lectures, resource material.

 

Pre-Requisites

· University Teacher or employee of Islamic Banks

· Advanced level of English

 

Language of Instruction

· English Language

 

Objectives of the Course

Upon the completion of this Course, the participants are expected to be able to:

1. Realize the importance of the subjects: Islamic economics, banking and finance.

2. Gain some experiences on how to teach the subjects.

3. Answer the dilemma of the gap in the economic literature

4. Decide whether economics can be-value-free

5. Discuss the relationship between Islam and economics

6. Distinguish between Capitalism, Communism and Islamic Economic Systems.

7. State the main characteristics of the Islamic Economic System in comparison with other economic systems.

8. State some of the Islamic teachings and instructions related to economics and  finance

9. Appreciate some of the contributions of early scholars to economics

10. Recognize Maqasid Al-Shariah (Objectives of Islamic Law) in the field of Islamic  economics, banking and finance.

11. Separate between ‘Ibadat and Mu‘amalat (transactions) in Islamic Shari‘ah and how to deal with them.

12. Differentiate between the Islamic and Conventional Banking Systems.

13. Distinguish between the various Islamic Modes of finance.

14. Realize the origin and development of banking and finance operations.

15. Spot the harms of conventional interest based financial system.

16. Recognize the benefits of applying Islamic finance.

17. Compare between Islamic and conventional insurance.

18. Differentiate between the different teaching methods.

19. Build a teaching or a training content from the material provided.

20. Improve on the teaching or a training content and deliver it.

21. Explain some related concepts as: Mudarabah, Salam, Sukuk and Zakat.

22. Apply the different Islamic Modes of Finance in case of working with an Islamic financial institution.

23. State the main characteristics of the Islamic banking and financial systems in comparison with the conventional systems.

24. Prepare and present a sample lecture on the subjects

25. Confidently deliver effective teaching or training sessions on the subjects.

 

Main Topics Covered

Module 1: Relationship between Islam and Economic

· What has Islam to do with Economics?

· An Overview on Maqasid Al-Shari‘ah

· Samples of Islamic Economic Teachings

· Historical Development of Islamic economic Thought

· Positive versus Normative Economics

· Can Economics be-value free?

· Basic Principles and Concepts of Islamic Economics

 

Module 2: The Economic problem of Man and its Solutions according to Capitalism, Communism and Islam

· The Economic Problem of Man

· The Different Strategies to Solve the Economic Problem

· Islamic Economic System Compared to Capitalism and Communism in terms of:

· Worldview

· Ownership

· Economic Freedom

· Social Justice

· The Role of the State

 

Module 3: Origin and Development of Islamic Banking and Finance

· Historical Development of Banking Operations

· Development of Islamic Banking and Finance from the 1970s onwards

· Importance of Financial Intermediation

· Basic Principles and Concepts of Islamic Banking and Finance

· Structure of the Islamic Banking and Financial Systems

 

Module 4: Prohibition of Riba (Usury and Interest) in Islam and other Religions

· Riba (Usury and Interest) Explained

· The Attitudes of Early Philosophers towards Riba

· Prohibition of Riba in Judaism

· Prohibition of Riba in Christianity

· Prohibition of Riba in Islam

· The Economic Consequences of Riba

 

Module 5: Islamic Modes of Finance

· Islamic Modes of Finance (sale-based): Murabahah, Ijarah, Salam, Istisna‘

· Islamic Modes of Finance (equity-based): Musharakah, Mudharabah,

Muzara‘ah

· Structuring Islamic Financial Products

· Islamic and Conventional Banking and Financial Systems Compared

 

Module 6: Islamic Money and Capital Markets

· Infrastructure of Money and Capital Markets

· The Importance of Sukuk in financing infrastructure projects

· Shari‘ah and Operational Aspects of Sukuk

· Different Types Structures of Sukuk

· Steps to Issue Sukuk

 

Module 7: Islamic Takaful and Insurance

· Historical Development of Insurance

· The Need for Insurance

· Models of Insurance

· Models of Takaful Insurance

· Differences and Similarities between Commercial and Mutual insurance

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Module 8: Shari‘ah Compliance and Social Responsibility in Islamic Financial Institutions

· Shari‘ah Compliance

· Shari‘ah Standards

· Shari‘ah Supervision and Auditing of Islamic Financial Institutions

· New Products Development in Islamic Financial Institutions

· Social Responsibility in Islamic financial Institutions

 

Module 9: Management of Islamic Financial institutions

· Risk Management in Islamic Financial Institutions

· Liquidity Management in Islamic Financial Institutions

· Corporate Governance for Islamic Financial Institutions

 

Module 10: Role of Social Finance in Economic Development and Poverty Alleviation

· Role of Zakat

· Role of Awqaf

· Role of Microfinance

· Islamic Finance for Small and Medium Enterprises

 

DERS VEREN ÖĞRETİM ÜYELERİ ve PROGRAM

 

8:30 – 10:00

 

10:30 – 12:00

 

13:00 - 14:30

Third Break

14:30-15:00

15:00 - 16:30

Tuesday

17 October

 

Dr. Ousmane Seck

  • Inauguration
  • Preliminary Instructions
  • Self-Introduction
  • Aims, Objectives & Outline of the Course
  • Ex-ante Test

Prof Mehmet BULUT

  • What has Islam to do with Economics?
  • Islam and Its Sources
  • Maqasid Al-Shari‘ah (Objectives of Islamic Law)
  • Discussion

Second Break

12:00 – 13:00

  • Basic Principles of Islamic Economics
  • The Islamic Economic System Compared to Capitalism and Communism
  • Discussion

Group Discussion & Practice

Wednesday

18 October

 

Dr. Ousmane Seck

  • Basic Principles of Islamic Finance
  • Origin & Development of Banking & Financial Transactions
  • Discussion

First Break

10:00- 10:30

 

  • Prohibition of Usury and Interest
  • Harmful Impact of Interest on the Economy
  • Discussion
  • Islamic Social Finance
  • Role of Awqaf and Zakat in Economic Development and in Poverty Alleviation
  • Other Modes of Islamic Social finance
  • Discussion

Group Discussion & Practice

Thursday

19 October

 

Dr. Dawood Ashraf

  • The Islamic Modes of Finance
  • Sukuk as a Tool of Financial resources mobilisation
  • Sukuk as an Investment Tool
  • Sovereign Sukuk as debt Management Tool
  • Takaful and Islamic Insurance System Compared to the Conventional Insurance System
  • Discussion
  • The Islamic Modes of Finance
  • Fixed Return Based Modes
  • Variable Return Based Modes
  • Discussion

Group Discussion & Practice

Friday

20 October

 

Dr. Dawood Ashraf

  • Islamic Finance for Small and Medium Enterprises (SMEs)
  • Definition of SMEs
  • Obstacles Facing SMEs
  • Islamic Solution for SMEs
  • Discussion
  • Research Clusters in Islamic banking and Finance
  • New and hot topics for researchers in the Islamic finance
  • Discussion

Prof Arif ERSOY

  • Closing Remarks
  • Ex-Post Test
  • Impressions of Participants
  • Distribution of Certificates
  • Group Photo

End of the Course

 

 

 

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