The Effect of the Subprime Crisis on the Financing of Entrepreneurial Activities by Islamic Banks

Kammoun Abdelmoula, Aida; Abidi, Asma
November 2013
Review of Economics & Finance;2013, Vol. 3 Issue 4, p77
Academic Journal
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