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Book chapterBuggenhagen, Beth Anne (2004)
Domestic object(ion)s: The Senegalese Murid trade, diaspora and the politics of marriage payments, love and state privatization
In: Weiss, Brad (ed.), Producing African futures: Ritual and reproduction in a neoliberal age. Leiden: Brill.

Periodical articleHesse, Brian J. (2004)
See this documentThe Peugeot and the baobab: Islam, structural adjustment and liberalism in Senegal
Abstract presentJournal of Contemporary African Studies. Volume 22 #1. January. p. 3-12.

Periodical articleHossein, Caroline S. (2004)
Thinking Outside the Islamic Box: Linking Context and Credit in Muslim West Africa
Critical Half: Bi-Annual Journal for Women International. Volume 2 #1. p. 29-33.

Book chapterPenrad, J. (2004)
Commerce et religion: expansion et configurations de l'islam en Afrique orientale
In: Gonçalves, A.C. (ed.), O Islão na África Subsariana. Porto: Centro de Estudos Africanos da Universidade do Porto. p. 183-197.

Book chapterSeesemann, Rüdiger (2004)
Vom Gesang der Wale, oder: Warum man einen Marabout alimentiert
In: Beck, K. and Förster, T. and Hahn, H.P. (eds.), Blick nach vorn. Festgabe für Gerd Spittler zum 65. Geburtstag. Köln: Köppe. p. 186-199.

Book chapterStiansen, Endre (2004)
Interest politics: Islamic finance in the Sudan, 1977-2001
In: Henry, Clement M. and Wilson, Rodney (eds.), The politics of Islamic finance. Edinburgh: Edinburgh University Press. p. 155-167.

Book chapterStiansen, E. (2003)
Al-Islam huwa al-hâl: The Qur'an and contemporary Islamic finance
In: Kastfelt, N. (ed.), Scriptural Politics: The Bible and the Koran as political models in the Middle East and Africa. London: Hurst.

BookSulaiman, S. and Galadanci, B.S. (eds.) (2003)
Islamic banking and finance: General framework and case studies
Kano: International Institute of Islamic Thought, Nigeria Office. 192p.

BookAbdullahi, M. and Sulaiman, S. (eds.) (2002)
Leading issues in economic development and social welfare
Kano: Samarib Publishers. 197p.

Book chapterEvers Rosander, E. (2002)
El dinero, el matrimonio y la religión: las comerciantes senegalesas de Tenerife (España)
In: Gil, C.G. and Romero, B.A. (eds.), Mujeres de un solo mundo: Globalización y multiculturalismo. Granada: Universidad de Granada.

BookHesse, Gerhard (2002)
Die Jallaba und die Nuba Nordkordofans: Händler, soziale Distinktion und Sudanisierung
Abstract presentMünster: LIT Verlag. 406p.

BookLichtenberger, Matthias (2002)
Die Islamisierung der Ökonomie im Sudan: Wirtschaftspolitik zwischen Macht, Markt und Moral
Berlin: Schwarz. 52p.

Periodical articleMedani, K.M. (2002)
Financing terrorism or survival? Informal finance and state collapse in Somalia, and the US war on terrorism
MERIP Middle East Report. Volume 32 #2. p. 2-9.

BookTadesse, M. (2002)
Al-Ittihad. Political Islam and black economy in Somalia: Religion, money, clan, and the struggle for supremacy over Somalia
Addis Ababa. 209p.

Periodical articleTall, S.M. (2002)
Mouride migration and financing
ISIM Newsletter. Volume 9. p. 36.

Book chapterWeiss, H. (2002)
The concept of Islamic economy as articulated in Sokoto: Social justice and state responsibility
In: Weiss, H. (ed.), Social welfare in Muslim societies in Africa. Uppsala: Nordiska Afrikainstitutet. p. 162-188.

Periodical articleBuggenhagen, Beth A. (2001)
See this documentProphets and Profits: Gendered and Generational Visions of Wealth and Value in Senegalese Murid Households
Abstract presentJournal of Religion in Africa. Volume 31 #4. p. 373-401.

Periodical articleMarchal, Roland (2001)
See this documentLa Somalie, nouvelle cible de 'justice illimitée'?
Abstract presentPolitique africaine. #84. p. 147-162.

Periodical articleSubair, K. (2001)
Economic revival and management in Nigeria: An Islamic economic (IE) model
Hamdard Islamicus. Volume 24 #1. p. 73-83.

Periodical articleZakaria, Yakubu (2001)
See this documentEntrepreneurs at Home: Secluded Muslim Women and Hidden Economic Activities in Northern Nigeria
Abstract presentNordic Journal of African Studies. Volume 10 #1. p. 107-123.

Periodical articleBava, S. (2000)
Reconversions et nouveaux mondes commerciaux des Sénégalais mourides à Marseille
Hommes et migrations. Volume 1224. p. 46-55.

Periodical articleDiouf, Mamadou (2000)
The Senegalese murid trade diaspora and the making of a vernacular cosmopolitanism
Abstract presentCODESRIA Bulletin. #1. p. 19-30.

Book chapterMazrui, A.A. (2000)
Islam between ethnicity and economics: The dialectics of Africa's experience
In: Salter, Thomas and King, Kenneth (eds.), Africa, Islam and development: Islam and development in Africa - African Islam, African development. Edinburgh: Centre of African Studies, University of Edinburgh. p. 15-54.

Periodical articlePérouse de Montclos, Marc-Antoine (2000)
Réseaux financiers, diaspora et 'hawilad': le rôle clé de la péninsule arabique entre l'Occident et la Somalie
Abstract presentAutrepart. #16. p. 99-116.

Periodical articleAhmed, Hussein (1999)
See this documentFaith and Trade: The Market Stalls Around the Anwar Mosque in Addis Ababa During Ramadan
Journal of Muslim Minority Affairs. Volume 19 #2. October. p. 261-268.

Periodical articleArditi, Claude (1999)
Grands commerçants musulmans au bord de la crise? Ajustement structurel, dévaluation et pétrole au Tchad
Abstract presentIslam et sociétés au Sud du Sahara. #13. p. 103-116.

Periodical articleBashir, Abdel Hameed (1999)
Risk and profitability measures in Islamic banks: The case of two Sudanese banks
Islamic Economic Studies. Volume 6 #2. p. 1-26.

BookJalloh, A. (1999)
African entrepreneurship: Muslim Fula merchants in Sierra Leone
Athens, Ohio: Ohio University Center for International Studies. 288p.

Dissertation / thesisMbengue, B. (1999)
Le système financier islamique contemporain et ses implications juridiques: vers un renouveau du droit islamique des affairs
thèse de doctorat de troisième cycle. Université Cheick Anta Diop de Dakar. 2 tomesp.

Periodical articleAhmed, Taha Eltayeb (1998)
See this documentThe impact of religion on management control system of Islamic and Islamised banks in Sudan
Abstract presentSavings and Development. Volume 22 #2. p. 215-232.

BookBrégand, Denise (1998)
Commerce caravanier et relations sociales au Bénin: les Wangara du Borgou
Paris: L'Harmattan. 271p.

BookElhiraika, A.B. and Ahmed, S.A. (1998)
Agricultural credit under economic liberalization and Islamization in Sudan
Nairobi: African Economic Research Consortium. 29p.

Periodical articleJalloh, Alusine (1998)
See this documentThe Fula and the Motor Transport Business in Freetown, Sierra Leone
Abstract presentAfrican Economic History. #26. p. 63-81.

Dissertation / thesisSow, F. (1998)
See this documentLes logiques de travail chez les Mourides
mémoire de DEA. Université de Paris I, Panthéon-Sorbonne.

Book chapterTall, S.M. (1998)
Un instrument financier pour les commerçants et émigrés mourides de l'axe Dakar-New-York: Kara International Foreign Money Exchange
In: Harding, L. and Marfaing, L. and Sow, M. (eds.), Les opérateurs économiques au Sénégal. Hamburg: LIT Verlag. p. 73-90.

Book chapterWerthmann, K. (1998)
Handel, Handwerk, Herumsitzen: Arbeit und Statusproduktion bei muslimischen Frauen in Nordnigeria
Abstract presentIn: Schmidt, H. and Wirz, A. (eds.), Afrika und das Andere: Alterität und Innovation. Hamburg: Lit Verlag. p. 94-102.

Periodical articleAhmed, Einas (1997)
See this documentBanques islamiques et sociétés islamiques d'investissement
Abstract presentPolitique africaine. #66. p. 39-48.

Periodical articleBrégand, Denise (1997)
Des titans et des mosquées: les alhadji transporteurs de Parakou, héritiers des Wangara?
Abstract presentIslam et sociétés au Sud du Sahara. #11. p. 39-53.

Periodical articleHoodfar, Homa (1997)
The Impact of Male Migration on Domestic Budgeting: Egyptian Women Striving for an Islamic Budgeting Pattern
Journal of Comparative Family Studies. Volume 28 #2. Summer. p. 73-98.

Book chapterJalloh, A. (1997)
Muslim Fula merchants and the motor transport business in Freetown, 1961-1978
In: Jalloh, A. and Skinner, D.E. (eds.), Islam and trade in Sierra Leone. Trenton: Africa World Press. p. 119-135.

Conference paperJalloh, Alusine and Skinner, David E. (eds.) (1997)
Islam and trade in Sierra Leone
Abstract presentTrenton, NJ: Africa World Press. 215p.

Book chapterMedani, K. (1997)
Funding fundamentalism: The political economy of an Islamist state
In: Beinin, J. and Stork, J. (eds.), Political Islam: Essays from Middle East Report. London: Tauris. p. 166-177.

Conference paperSherif, Bahira (1997)
Negotiating Islamic Fundamentalism: Balancing Changing Economic Conditions With the Call for a 'Return' to Traditional Society
Paper presented at the 96th Annual Meeting of the American Anthropological Association (AAA), November 19-23, 1997, Washington, D.C. Arlington, Virginia.

BookAbudu, A.O. (1996)
Islamic economics for the layperson
Accra: Dyno-Media Ltd. 256p.

Book chapterBeck, K. (1996)
Islam, Arbeitsethik, Lebensführung
In: Beck, K. and Spittler, G. (eds.), Arbeit in Afrika. Hamburg: LIT. p. 161-178.

Book chapterEbin, V. (1996)
Making room versus creating space: The construction of spatial categories by itinerant Mouride traders
In: Metcalf, B.D. (ed.), Making Muslim space in North America and Europe. Berkeley: University of California Press. p. 92-109.

Periodical articleElhiraika, Adam B. (1996)
See this documentRisk-sharing and the supply of agricultural credit: A case study of Islamic finance in Sudan
Journal of Agricultural Economics. Volume 47 #3. p. 390-402.

BookHale, Sondra (1996)
Gender Politics in Sudan: Islamism, Socialism, and the State
Boulder, Colorado: Westview Press. 294p.

BookKonneh, Augustine (1996)
Religion, commerce, and the integration of the Mandingo in Liberia
Lanham, MD: University Press of America. 167p.

Book chapterSeesemann, Rüdiger (1996)
Islam, Arbeit und Arbeitsethik: Die zâwiya der Tijâniyya in el-Fasher, Sudan
In: Beck, K. and Spittler, G. (eds.), Arbeit in Afrika. Hamburg: LIT. p. 141-160.

Dissertation / thesisTraoré, B. (1996)
Histoire sociale d'un groupe marchand: les Jula du Burkina Faso
thèse de doctorat d'histoire. Université Paris I. 1024p.

Book chapterAbdallah, A. (1995)
Poverty alienation and the Muslim community
In: Bakari, M. and Yahya, S.S. (eds.), Islam in Kenya: Proceedings of the National Seminar on Contemporary Islam in Kenya. Nairobi: Mewa Publications. p. 200-213.

Book chapterBature, H.M. (1995)
An analysis of selected women occupations in Sokoto town: An Islamic perspective
In: Gusau, S.A. (ed.), Perspectives on purdah, working women and family planning in Islam. Sokoto: Usmanu Danfodiyo University Press. p. 69-108.

Book chapterDeegan, H. (1995)
See this documentContemporary Islamic influences in Sub-Saharan Africa: An alternative development agenda
In: Watkins, E. (ed.), The Middle Eastern environment. London: Middlesex University.

Periodical articleEbin, V. (1995)
Women's saints and strategies: The expanding role of Senegalese women in international trade
Mondes en développement. Volume 91. p. 113-115.

Periodical articleEvers Rosander, E. (1995)
Morality and money: The Murids of Senegal
Awrâq. Volume 16. p. 43-66.

Book chapterGusau, S.A. (1995)
Reasons for the recent population policy in Nigeria
In: Gusau, S.A. (ed.), Perspectives on purdah, working women and family planning in Islam. Sokoto: Usmanu Danfodiyo University Press. p. 38-68.

Book chapterGusau, S.A. (1995)
Economic and cultural implications of Nigeria's population policy
In: Gusau, S.A. (ed.), Perspectives on purdah, working women and family planning in Islam. Sokoto: Usmanu Danfodiyo University Press. p. 109-136.

Periodical articleHale, Sondra (1995)
Gender and Economics: Islam and Polygamy - A Question of Casuality
Feminist Economics. Volume 1 #2. p. 67-79.

Periodical articleKenny, Joseph (1995)
The economic dimension of West African Islamic history
Abstract presentOrita: Ibadan Journal of Religious Studies. Volume 27 #2. p. 90-99.

Periodical articleMika'ilu, Aminu Salihu (1995)
Macro-economic stabilization problems of African countries and the Islamic framework for reform
Hamdard Islamicus. Volume 18 #2. p. 25-40.

Book chapterSuleiman, S. (1995)
Economic consequences of purdah: A case study of Sokoto town
In: Gusau, S.A. (ed.), Perspectives on purdah, working women and family planning in Islam. Sokoto: Usmanu Danfodiyo University Press. p. 1-37.

Book chapterVan Santen, Josepha C.M. (1995)
Women and the Spread of Islam in West Africa: Their Changing Position in a North Cameroonian Town
In: Van Dijk, K. and De Groot, A.M. (eds.). Islam and State. Leiden: University of Leiden, Research School of Asian, African and Amerindian Studies (CNWS). p. 179-204.

Book chapterVerEecke, Catherine (1995)
Muslim women traders of Northern Nigeria: Perspectives from the city of Yola
Abstract presentIn: House-Midamba, B. and Ekechi, F.K. (eds.), African market women and economic power: The role of women in African economic development. Westport: Greenwood Press. p. 59-79.

Periodical articleAhmadu, M.L. and Izzatullah (1994)
Islamic banking laws: Feasibility of implementation in Nigeria
Islamic and Comparative Law Quarterly. Volume 14. p. 113-118.

Book chapterArditi, C. (1994)
Commerce, l'islam et État au Tchad (1900-1990)
In: Tubiana, J. and Arditi, C. and Pairault, C. (eds.), L'identité tchadienne: l'héritage des peuples et les apports extérieures. Paris: L'Harmattan. p. 311-354.

Periodical articleBernal, Victoria (1994)
Gender, Culture, and Capitalism: Women and the Remaking of Islamic 'Tradition' in a Sudanese Village
Comparative Studies in Society and History. Volume 36 #1. January. p. 36-67.

BookCallaway, Barbara and Creevey, Lucy (1994)
The Heritage of Islam: Women, Religion, and Politics in West Africa
Abstract presentBoulder, CO: Lynne Rienner. 221p.

BookGusau, Sule Ahmed and Bashar, Muhammad Lawal Ahmad (eds.) (1994)
Readings in Islamic economics
Abstract presentSokoto: Department of Economics, Usmanu Danfodiyo University.

Periodical articleHarper, Malcolm (1994)
Musharaka partnership financing: An approach to venture capital for microenterprise
Small Enterprise Development. Volume 5 #4. p. 27-36.

Conference paperKane, Mouhamed Moustapha (1994)
Islam and society in Senegal, the impact of Islam on the business environment in Dakar
Toronto: African Studies Association. 25p.

Periodical articleLoimeier, Roman (1994)
Religiös-ökonomische Netzwerke in Senegal: das Beispiel der murîdischen Expansion in Dakar
Abstract presentAfrika Spectrum. Volume 29 #1. p. 99-111.

Periodical articleScidà, G. (1994)
Fra carisma e clientelismo: una confraternita musulmana in migrazione
Studi Emigrazione. Volume 113. p. 133-157.

Periodical articleSookhdeo, Patrick (1994)
First to the household of faith? Responding to the challenge of Islamic R&D in Africa
Stewardship Journal: A Christian Review. Volume 4 #2-3. p. 28-36.

Book chapterArditi, C. (1993)
Commerce, islam et État au Tchad (1900-1990)
In: Grégoire, E. and Labazée, P. (eds.), Grands commerçants d'Afrique de l'Ouest: logiques et pratiques d'un groupe d'hommes d'affaires contemporains. Paris: Karthala & ORSTOM. p. 174-220.

Book chapterEbin, V. (1993)
Les commerçants mourides à Marseille et à New York: regards sur les stratégies d'implantation
In: Grégoire, E. and Labazée, P. (eds.), Grands commerçants d'Afrique de l'Ouest: logiques et pratiques d'un groupe d'hommes d'affaires contemporains. Paris: Karthala & ORSTOM. p. 101-123.

Book chapterForkl, H. (1993)
Träger der Ausbreitung des Islam in Schwarzafrika
In: Forkl, H. and others (eds.), Die Gärten des Islam. Stuttgart: Mayer. p. 281-298.

Book chapterGrégoire, E. (1993)
Islam and identity of merchants in Maradi (Niger)
In: Brenner, Louis (ed.), Muslim identity and social change in Sub-Saharan Africa. London: Hurst & Company. p. 106-115.

Book chapterGrégoire, E. (1993)
La trilogie des réseaux marchands haoussas: un clientélisme social, religieux et étatique
In: Grégoire, E. and Labazée, P. (eds.), Grands commerçants d'Afrique de l'Ouest: logiques et pratiques d'un groupe d'hommes d'affaires contemporains. Paris: Karthala & ORSTOM. p. 71-99.

Book chapterGusau, S.A. (1993)
Prospects and problems of Islamic banking in Africa
In: Alkali, N. and Adamu, A. and Yadudu, A. and Moten, R. and Salihi, H. (eds.), Islam in Africa: Proceedings of the Islam in Africa Conference. Ibadan: Spectrum Books. p. 354-363.

Periodical articleIbrahim, Yakubu Yahaya (1993)
Mobilizing the mosque for economic recovery: an Islamic outlook
Abstract presentOrita: Ibadan Journal of Religious Studies. Volume 25 #1-2. p. 91-104.

Periodical articleKhaleefa, Mohamed Uthman (1993)
Islamic banking in Sudan's rural sector
Islamic Economic Studies. Volume 1 #1. p. 37-55.

Book chapterRoshash, M.A.A. (1993)
The Islamic alternatives to the present modes of investment in African banks and companies
In: Alkali, N. and Adamu, A. and Yadudu, A. and Moten, R. and Salihi, H. (eds.), Islam in Africa: Proceedings of the Islam in Africa Conference. Ibadan: Spectrum Books. p. 336-353.

Book chapterSanten, J.C.M. van (1993)
Islamisering en economische verandering in Noord Kameroen: De toepasbaarheid van het autonomie concept voor een antropologische analyse
Abstract presentIn: Anutonomie anders: Mogelijkheden en beperkingen van een concept. Leiden: Centrum Vrouwen en Autonomie, Rijksuniversiteit Leiden. p. 139-166.

Periodical articleSokoto, Abdullahi Alhaji Shehu (1993)
Islam and self-reliance: the making and preparation of a useful and productive member of a society
Abstract presentOrita: Ibadan Journal of Religious Studies. Volume 25 #1-2. p. 124-147.

Periodical articleVereecke, C. (1993)
Muslim women traders of Northern Nigeria: Perspectives from the city of Yola
Ethnology. Volume 32 #3. p. 217-236.

Periodical articleVerEecke, Catherine (1993)
See this documentIt is Better to Die Than to Be Shamed. Cultural and Moral Dimensions of Women's Trading in an Islamic Nigerian Society
Anthropos. Volume 88 #4-6. p. 403-417.

BookBernal, Victoria (1992)
Gender, Culture, and Capitalism in the Islamic Revival
Boston: Boston University. African Studies Center. African Studies Center Working Paper #160. 23p.

Periodical articleBlanckmeister, Barbara (1992)
Islam, Tradition und Ökonomie aus der Sicht nordnigerianischer Unternehmer
Abstract presentAfrika Spectrum. Volume 27 #1. p. 25-42.

Periodical articleDiop, Momar Coumba and Diouf, Mamadou (1992)
Notes sur la reconversion des marabouts dans l'économie urbaine
Abstract presentAnnée africaine - CEAN. p. 323-332.

Periodical articleEbin, V. (1992)
See this documentÀ la recherche de nouveaux 'poissons': stratégies commerciales mourides par temps de crise
Abstract presentPolitique africaine. #45. p. 86-99.

BookGrégoire, E. (1992)
The Alhazai of Maradi: Traditional Hausa merchants in a changing Sahelian city
Abstract presentBoulder: Lynne Rienner. 185p.

BookGusau, S.A. (ed.) (1992)
Islam and the contemporary economic problems
Sokoto: Usman Danfodiyo University Printing Press. 117p.

BookLinares, Olga F. (1992)
Power, prayer and production: The Jola of Casamance, Senegal
Abstract presentCambridge: Cambridge University Press. 258p.

Periodical articlePorcheron, H. (1992)
Les dahiras mourides du marché Sandaga à Dakar
Plein Sud. Volume 2. p. 18-25.

Periodical articleWarms, Richard L. (1992)
See this documentMerchants, Muslims, and Wahhabiyya: The Elaboration of Islamic Identity in Sikasso, Mali
Abstract presentCanadian Journal of African Studies. Volume 26 #3. p. 485-507.

BookBehrman, Jere R. (1991)
Framework for Analysis of Female Paid Labor Supply in Islamic EMEMA Countries
Williamstown, Massachusetts: Williams College, Center for Development Economics. 68p.

Conference paperDiop, M.C. and Diouf, M.S. (1991)
Notes sur la reconversion des marabouts mourides dans l'économie urbaine
Abstract presentCommunication au colloque 'État et société au Sénégal - crises et dynamiques sociales', org. par CEAN-IFAN, Bordeaux, 22-25 octobre 1991. 11p.

Conference paperEbin, Victoria (1991)
Mouride traders vs. the State: strategies for the development of international trade in a time of crisis
Abstract present21p.

Periodical articleJamal, A. (1991)
See this documentFunding Fundamentalism: Sudan
Abstract presentReview of African Political Economy. Volume 18 #52. p. 103-109.

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