Tag Archives: Muslims

Shari’ ah Finance Part 2: Ramadan Provides Opportunities to Leverage Social Capital

by: Mehrunisa Qayyum In this month, PITAPOLICY is highlighting Shar’iah Finance and its related Islamic components. The August 4th post identified the purpose and reasons for increased interest in Shari’ah finance. Also this month, the world’s 2 billion-ish Muslims engage … Continue reading


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Islamic Banking Part 1: Shar’iah Finance

Since this is the month of Ramadan in much of the Middle East & North Africa, or “pita-consuming”, region, PITAPOLICY will kick off Ramadan by looking at the topics of Islamic Banking and Diaspora communities in business. A finance degree … Continue reading


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Public Space Challenges Survey: Part II


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PITA POLICY Welcomes TIME Magazine’s 2011 Influencers

“Words and numbers are equally important…it’s the thought behind them that speak and count more.”~PITA POLICY   Intelligence, humor, leadership, and innovation catapult our notable American Influencers into Time magazine’s 100 Influencers.  As an American-Muslim, who specializes in political economy … Continue reading


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