1 Wesseltoft, Bugge (´´All I wanted was to make you´´) Feel good 00:08:53 - 2 Wesseltoft, Bugge Sharing 00:04:43 - 3 Wesseltoft, Bugge Existence 00:05:30 - 4 Wesseltoft, Bugge You might say 00:06:30 - 5 Wesseltoft, Bugge (Come on buddy you got) Green light 00:04:18 - 6 Wesseltoft, Bugge Eve nin 00:05:47 - 7 Wesseltoft, Bugge Hymn 00:05:18 - 8 Wesseltoft, Bugge Flimmer 00:06:11 - 9 Wesseltoft, Bugge Breen´n glue 00:13:20 -
Love and Light: Sharing the Good News of John with the World: James Lloyd
From the new Cherub Wings series, here is an audio program that the little ones will love and want to listen to over and over while at the same time learning basic Biblical teachings. More than anything else, Cherub wishes to share Heaven with children everywhere! What a surprise when Jesus commissions him to do so, resulting in a fun-packed delight! 1. Language: English. Narrator: Sunny-Side Up Entertainment. Audio sample: http://samples.audible.de/bk/hove/000646/bk_hove_000646_sample.mp3. Digital audiobook in aax.
The contemporary finance deals mainly with multilateral and multi-counterparty transactions. Islamic Jurisprudence (Fiqh) has yet to develop its conceptualization of this modality of financing. Thus far, it has become a norm for large financing projects to rely on a complex structure of interconnected bilateral contracts that in totality becomes opaque, complex and costly. An unfortunate result of the unavailability of an efficient Fiqhi model applicable to modern multilateral and multi-counterparty contracts has been the fact that the present Islamic finance has been forced to replicate conventional risk-transfer (interest rate based) debt contracts thus drawing severe criticisms of duplicating conventional finance. In 2012, a gathering of some of the Muslim world´s most prominent experts in Jurisprudence (Fuqaha) and economists issued the Kuala Lumpur Declaration (Fatwa) in which they identified risk sharing as the essence of Islamic finance. The Declaration opened the door for a new Fiqh approach to take the lead in developing the jurisprudence of multilateral and multi-counterparty transactions. This Declaration (Fatwa) provides a prime motivation to search for a comprehensive model of risk sharing that can serve as an archetypal contract encompassing all potential contemporary financial transactions. From the perspective of Islamic Jurisprudence (Fiqh), the technicalities of the concept of risk sharing in contemporary finance have yet to be defined in Islamic literature. This book attempts to clarify and shed light on these technicalities from the perspective of Fiqh. It is a comprehensive study that relies on the fundamental Islamic sources to establish a theoretical and practical perspective of Fiqh encompassing risk-sharing Islamic finance as envisioned in the Kuala Lumpur Declaration of 2012. This new paradigm should lead to a more efficient approach to multilateral and multi-counterparty Islamic contracts which, here-to-fore has been lacking in the current configuration of Islamic finance.
Sharing Profits With Employees:A Critical Study of Methods in the Light of Present Conditions (Classic Reprint) James Alexander Bowie
Sharing Stitches:Exchanging Fabric and Inspiration to Sew One-of-a-Kind Projects North Light Books. 1. Auflage Chrissie Grace
Research on wealth inequality has expanded substantially in recent years as the wealth inequality has reached historically high levels in the post-Global Crisis period. Moreover, the fact that the wealth inequality, as well as income inequality, are found to be one of the causes of financial crises and to have disastrous repercussions on the long-term growth prospects make wealth inequality a very important topic in economics. On the other hand, our knowledge on the causes and transmission mechanisms of unequal distribution of wealth is still very limited. In effect, the economics of wealth inequality is a nascent and fertile area of research. Although compelling evidence shows that debt, interest, and leverage are important drivers of increasing wealth inequalities, the economics literature is still reluctant to focus on the debt-based system as a main culprit for such unequal distribution of wealth. In this respect, the first goal of the book is to provide compelling evidence that the main driver of wealth inequality is the debt-based economic system, as well as to discuss relative importance of the drivers provided by the literature in mainstream economics. If the debt and fixed-price contracts are important determinants of the wealth inequality problem, the right redistribution policies should be designed and implemented by the policymakers. The second goal of the book is to discuss that income-based redistribution policies are not as effective as the so called asset-based redistribution. In this respect, theory, implications and viability of the asset-based redistribution are discussed. In addition the book aims at showing that the idea of risk-sharing, as one of the pillars of Islamic finance, is a form of asset-based redistribution and an effective way to cope with the inequality problem. The book aims at quantitatively showing that implementing risk-sharing based redistribution policies can significantly reduce the level of wealth inequality in the medium to long term. A large stock-flows consistent model shed light on how wealth inequality occurs in a debt-based economy and how risk-sharing based redistribution and other redistribution proposal play significant roles in mitigating the income and wealth inequalities. The model is novel in many respects and first of its kind in the Islamic economics and finance literature.
Abby Gail Smith shines the light in dark places.... Have you ever wondered what went wrong in your relationship? You can´t put your finger on it, but it´s just not the same as it was when you were dating. Is he a good guy, but something is still missing in your marriage? The names of the characters have been changed, but the story and the experiences are true. Abby Gail spends the day sharing her life story, including her marital experiences, with her girlfriends. Join Abby Gail in her home over coffee and herbal tea, and listen closely. You will come to understand how Abby Gail has used the secrets of the ´´other woman´´ and ´´simple sacrifices´´ to strengthen her own marriage. 1. Language: English. Narrator: Emma Elliott. Audio sample: http://samples.audible.de/bk/acx0/082641/bk_acx0_082641_sample.mp3. Digital audiobook in aax.