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PSL Quarterly Review
Financial crises have become a recurring problem for modern economies with increasingly detrimental fallouts. Risk-sharing finance (RSF) contracts may be the best instrument for addressing the problem and its fallout, and in particular the risk-sharing principles of Islamic finance offer a potential alternative. This paper offers some preliminary thoughts on the design and implementation of RSF for both private and public sector funding, for revenue and non-revenue generating projects. It isdoaj:18eeb69ae7294470b1479911e7ff1a56 fatcat:sdubhkdtlbejrcsssoli7syx3i