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The rational Islamic actor? Evidence from Islamic banking
New Perspectives on Turkey
Islamic banks create an interest in their own right as a rising branch in financial intermediation, particularly in the post-crisis era. In addition, they also deserve the attention of students of Islamism due to their possible connection with Islamic movements. Through a comparison of Islamic and conventional banking, we analyze the motivations and behavior of Islamic economic actors who determine the cash flow to Islamic banks. Our findings suggest that, in contrast to popular views thatdoi:10.1017/npt.2014.1 fatcat:f4sxiop4hjbmtlybp6tgo2hjci