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FAITH, FINANCE & ETHICS IN SOUTH ASIA: Are they Connected?

Wednesday, 29 May 2024 | 3pm UK

  ONLINE

Financial crises have been associated with institutionalised moral failures, so economic activities perhaps ought not to be separated from faith-based moral rules grounded in their regulatory frameworks? Is there a link between religion and financial well-being, and does faith influence financial investment and economic decisions? Or are finance and faith best left independent of one another?

SPEAKERS: Dr Adeel Malik (@AdeelMalikOx) is Global Fellow in the Economies of Muslim Societies & Associate Professor in the Oxford Department of International Development, University of Oxford; Atul Shah (@atulkshah) is Professor and Visiting Lecturer in the School of Policy & Global Affairs, City, University of London, with research interests & publications in cultural inclusion & ethical finance.     

CHAIR: Alnoor Bhimani (@AlnoorBhimani) is Director, LSE South Asia Centre, and Professor of Management Accounting at LSE. 

This online event is free to attend but registration is required to receive the livestream link. Please e-mail southasiacentre@lse.ac.uk to register. 

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