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Volume 220, 2020Sustainable Energy Systems: Innovative Perspectives (SES-2020)
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Fiscal potential of the investment mechanism of Islamic Finance
Department of financial management, Plekhanov Russian University of Economics, Prague, Moscow Russian Federation
Abstract-the Research focuses on the application of Islamic Finance abroad, as well as in Russia. The authors present the history of Islamic Finance, its restrictive principles, and analyze in detail the majority of Islamic investment contract models. As such, the following were considered separately: partnership (Mudaraba, Musharaka, Agency-Wakala), acquisition (deferred payment sale-Murabaha, musavami and tawarruk, deferred delivery sale-Salam, delivery-istijrar, contract – istisnaa), lease (Ijara), credit operations (loan-Kadr, debt transfer-hawala, debt sale-Bai-al-DIN), public promise of a reward or competition (juaala), as well as financial instruments (sukuk). It is pointed out that the fiscal potential does not fully allow stimulating the use of models, and requires further development both from the point of view of tax and non-tax (quasi-fiscal) payments of the corporate sector of the state economy. The paper considers the classical model for evaluating financial assets with a tax corrector, as well as the standard approach to assessing the effect of financial leverage, which require modification in the absence of loan interest, as well as the task of stimulating economic activity in the post-quarantine period. In the final part, we describe the prospects and formulate forecasts for the application of the principles of Islamic Finance in Russia.
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