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Book chapterSoares, Benjamin F. (2016)
Malian youths between Sufism and Satan
Abstract presentIn: Masquelier, Adeline and Soares, Benjamin F. (eds.), Muslim youth and the 9/11 generation. p. 169-188.

BookHamčs, Constant and Triaud, Jean-Louis (eds.) (2015)
Dans les pas du chameau
Abstract presentParis: Les Indes savantes. Islam & sociétés au sud du Sahara #4. 197p.

Conference paperSuleiman, Ibrahim (2015)
See this publicationLocal business practices in Kaiama: an assessment from islamic perspective
Ilorin: Islamic Welfare Organisation. 16p.

Periodical issueGrätz, Tilo (ed.) (2013)
See this publicationNew media entrepreneurs and changing styles of public communication in Africa
Abstract presentJournal of African Cultural Studies. Volume 25 #1. 102p.

Periodical articleTrovăo, Susana Salvaterra and Batoréu, Filomena (2013)
See this publicationWhat's new about Muslim Ismaili transnationalism? Comparing business practices in British East Africa, colonial Mozambique and contemporary Angola
Abstract presentAfrican and Asian Studies. Volume 12 #3. p. 215-244.

Periodical articleMiran, Jonathan (2009)
See this publicationEndowing property and edifying power in a Red Sea port: 'waqf', Arab migrant entrepreneurs, and urban authority in Massawa, 1860s-1880s
Abstract presentInternational Journal of African Historical Studies. Volume 42 #2. p. 151-178.

Periodical articleImam, M.S. and Modu, Ibrahim (2006)
The interface of business and mysticism in the economy of the Lake Chad basin: a biography of Alhaji Muhammad Sani Muhammad (Alhaji Liman, 1915-1971)
Abstract presentAnnals of Borno. Volume 23-24. p. 51-59.

Periodical articleElbeiti, Bedreddin O. (1998)
Participatory Islamic Finance and Entrepreneurship: A Theoretical Examination
Sudan Notes and Records. #2. p. 175-186.

BookNuhu, Shuaib Muhammad (1997)
Profile of a philanthropist: biography of Alhaji Adamu Danjuma Mohammed
Ilorin: Ayobami Ajassa & Sons Printing Production. 132p.

Periodical articleLoimeier, Roman (1994)
Religiös-ökonomische Netzwerke in Senegal: das Beispiel der murîdischen Expansion in Dakar
Abstract presentAfrika Spectrum. Volume 29 #1. p. 99-111.

Periodical articleBlanckmeister, Barbara (1992)
Islam, Tradition und Ökonomie aus der Sicht nordnigerianischer Unternehmer
Abstract presentAfrika Spectrum. Volume 27 #1. p. 25-42.

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