Professors
Tarak Abdallah
Title
Associate Professor
Nationality
Canada
Institute
Zayed University, UAE
Expertise in
Islamic and Arab world socioeconomic changes
Other Reference
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Experience

Major Achievements

(Publications)

Abdallah, T. (2016). Waqf et sociétés modernes : Des enjeux légaux aux besoins sociaux. Waqf Terminology- University of Mascara Alger, Algeria.

Abdallah, T. (2015). Endowment Investment strategy: a social approach. International Conference on Waqf Investment. Organized by Ministry of Awqaf and Islamic Affairs, Morocco (Rabat). Abdallah, T. (2012). Economy and Society: A Qu'ranic Perspective. In David K. Linnan (Ed.), Legitimacy, Legal Development and Change; Law and Modernization Reconsidered (pp. 137-150). Ashgate Publishing Company.

Abdallah, T. (2011). Waqf Support to Public Budget Deficit: Methodological Implications and objective Conditions. Fifth Waqf Fiqh International Conference, (pp. 122-167). Ministry of Awqaf and Islamic affairs, Morocco,.

Abdallah, T. (2012). "Civil Society and Social Reform : the Prospects for Waqf Future in Tunisia". "Perspectives of Waqf in Tunisia", IDB (Jeddah, KSA) and Al-Zaituna University, Tunis, Tunisia, 28-29 February -2012.

Abdallah, T. (2011). Activation of strategic planning processes within the Islamic Waqf to enrich their role in higher education and scientific research. The role of Islamic endowments in the support and funding of higher education and scientific research in Islamic countries.

Abdallah, T. (2011). Concept of civil society and the study of contemporary Arab reality: a critical view. Journal of Social Studies, 28 (112), 9-45.

Abdallah, T. (2010). "Harvard and the Likes: Significances of Endowment- Based Education in the USA". Waqf and Education: Innovative Models.

Abdallah, T. (2003). Economic Construction of Awqaf in Gulf Region. In I. G. Bayoumy (Ed.), Awqaf and Civil society in the Arab World (pp. 449- 48). Beirut, Lebanon: Center for Arab Unity,. Abdallah, T. (1999). Économie et société, du désenchantement de la tradition à l'illusion de la modernisation : quelques références au monde arabe. UQAM, Montreal, Canada: Centre de recherche sur les innovations sociales (CRISES).

Abdallah, T. (1994). The Development Paradigm in Maghreb Region. The Maghreb in the 21st century, Center of research in Maghreb Affairs, Montreal, Quebec.