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Sukuk

Edited by
Abdul Ghafar Ismail
Sajjad Qurban
Table of content
Part I:

Sukuk Structure

Chapter 1

Introduction
Abdul Ghafar Ismail, Islamic Research and Training Institute
Sajjad Qurban, Islamic Research and Training Institute

Chapter 2

Sukuk Structure
Abdul Ghafar Ismail, Islamic Research and Training Institute
Suhal Kusairi, Universiti Malaysia Terengganu

Part II:

Sukuk Market

Chapter 3

Sukuk co-movement and contribution to global capital market diversification


Basel Awartani, Plymouth University UK

Chapter 4

What Drives Sukuk Markets? The Economic and Political Determinants of Sukuk
Markets' Depth
Ercument Aksak, University of Durham UK

Chapter 5

Testing the Financial Distress Prediction Model for Sukuk Issuing Companies in
Malaysia
Roslina Mohamad Shafi, Universiti Teknologi MARA Johor Malaysia

Chapter 6

Gaining Trust to Recover: A Case of Recovery Sukuk Default in Indonesia


Dodik Siswantoro, Universitas Indonesia

Chapter 7

Turkish Sukuk Market


Ismail Yildirim, Hitit University

Part III:

Sukuk for Project Purposes

Chapter 8

Sukuk for Microfinance Through Linkage Program: Case Study in Indonesia


Khairunnisa Musari, Institut Agama Islam Negeri Jember Indonesia

Chapter 9

Sukuk for Capital Adequacy Requirement

Karmila Hanim Kamil, Universiti Sains Islam Malaysia


Marliana Abdullah, Kolej Universiti Islam Antarabangsa Selangor
Abdul Ghafar Ismail, Islamic Research and Training Institute
Shahida Shahimi, Universiti Kebangsaan Malaysia
Chapter 10

Public Private Partnership


Abdul Ghafar Ismail, Islamic Research and Training Institute

Part II:

Case Studies

Chapter 11:

Tax Incentive for Green Sukuk: the case of Sime Darby Plantation
Abdul Ghafar Ismail, Islamic Research and Training Institute
Umar Taufiq, Islamic Research and Training Institute
Raudha Md. Ramli, Universiti Sains Malaysia

Chapter 12:

Sukuk Default and Issues in their Resolution: The Case of Villamar Sukuk
Salman Syed Ali, Islamic Research and Training Institute, Islamic Development
Bank

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List of contributors
Abdul Ghafar Ismail, Islamic Research and Training Institute, Kingdom of Saudi Arabia. E-mail:
agibab62@gmail.com
Basel Awartani, Plymouth University UK, basel.awartani@plymouth.ac.uk
Dodik Siswantoro, Universitas Indonesia. E-mail: kidod25@yahoo.com/kidod25@gmail.com
Ercument Aksak, University of Durham UK e.a.aksak@durham.ac.uk
Ismail Yildirim, PhD. Department of Finance, Banking and Insurance, Hitit University, Turkey.
E-mail: ismailyildirim362@gmail.com
Karmila Hanim Kamil, Universiti Sains Islam Malaysia. E-mail: karmila_hanim@yahoo.com
Khairunnisa Musari, IAIN Jember Indonesia. khairunnisamusari@yahoo.com
Marliana Abdullah, Kolej Universiti Islam Antarabangsa Selangor, Malaysia. E-mail:
liana_kisdar@yahoo.com
Raudha Md. Ramli, Universiti Sains Malaysia, Malaysia. E-mail: ar.raudhah88@gmail.com
Roslina Mohamad Shafi, Universiti Teknologi MARA Johor Malaysia.
roslina_shafi@yahoo.co.uk
Sajjad Qurban, Islamic Research and Training Institute. E-mail: squrban@isdb.org
Salman Syed Ali, Islamic Research and Training Institute, Kingdom of Saudi Arabia. E-mail:
SSyedAli@isdb.org
Shahida Shahimi, Universiti Kebangsaan Malaysia, Malaysia. E-mail: shahida@ukm.my
Suhal Kusairi, Universiti Malaysia Terengganu, Malaysia. E-mail: suhalkusairi@gmail.com
Umar Taufiq, Islamic Research and Training Institute. E-mail: umar.taufeeq@gmail.com

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