Il controllo etico della finanza islamica in Marocco. Spunti comparativi
The ethical control of Islamic finance in Morocco. A comparative perspective - One of the goals of Islamic finance is to develop sustainable programs and find financial solutions for the entrepreneurial projects of small and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs). The research reviews some case studies and analyses the best practices adopted by some Islamic financial institutions in support of SMEs. Among others, some mechanisms of exclusive prerogative of Islamic finance are highlighted, through which not only entrepreneurs are financed, but also receive training programs and technical support for their projects. It also highlights the importance of collaboration between financial institutions, the government, the private sector and NGOs to maintain a humus that encourages business and facilitates small and medium entrepreneurship, through an integrated participatory finance.
The importance of ethical control also emerges following the global financial crisis of 2008, and the analysis is conducted in a comparative perspective, through the vision of the existing financial supervision system in Italy and the Moroccan one.
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