Year 2018, Volume 4, Issue 1, Pages 122 - 136 2018-03-31

İslam Hukuku, Uyarlanabilirliği ve Finansal Gelişim

Öznur AK [1]

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Büyük çaplı bir literatür, yasal sistemlerin ekonomik teşvikin mali sektördeki gelişimin ihtiyaçlarını karşılamak için verimli bir şekilde uyarlanabildiğini ileri sürmektedir. Makale, İslam hukukunun ticari işlemlerle ilgili uyarlanabilirlik özelliklerini modern finansal sistem ışığında tartışmaktadır. Anglo-Sakson ve Kıta Avrupası hukuk geleneklerinin geliştirilebilmesinin doğasını ve yolunu tartışan makale, sonrasında İslam hukukunun geçmişi ve uyum sağlama özelliklerini ele almaktadır. İslam ticaret hukuku, cevaz verilebilirlik ilkesi göz önüne alındığında, Şeriatın dayattığı sınırlar dâhilinde gelişebilir. Şeriat âlimlerinin yeni kararlarına dayanarak İslami finansal sektörün gelişiminin yakın tarihi, İslam hukukunun değişen durumlara uyarlanabilirliğinin bir göstergesidir. İslam hukuku gelişebilirken hukuki altyapının yasalar, tüzükler ve uyuşmazlık çözüm kurumları gibi diğer elemanların da güçlendirilmesi gerekmektedir. Bu yasal altyapının güçlendirilmesi ile birlikte İslam hukukunun uyarlanabilirlik özellikleri İslami finans sektörünün gelişiminin hayati unsurlarından biridir denilebilir.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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APA AK, Ö . (2018). İslam Hukuku, Uyarlanabilirliği ve Finansal Gelişim. International Journal of Islamic Economics and Finance Studies, 4 (1), 122-136. DOI: 10.25272/j.2149-8407.2018.4.1.08
MLA AK, Ö . "İslam Hukuku, Uyarlanabilirliği ve Finansal Gelişim". International Journal of Islamic Economics and Finance Studies 4 (2018): 122-136 <http://dergipark.org.tr/ijisef/issue/36413/412130>
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