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Institutional Entrepreneurship in Afghanistan: How Afghan Merchants and Afghan Judges Negotiate Innovative Financing Solutions

December 10, 2020
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To Sue or Not to Sue: How Afghan Merchants Strategically Choose to Use or Avoid Courts

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Institutional Entrepreneurship in Afghanistan: How Afghan Merchants and Afghan Judges Negotiate Innovative Financing Solutions

Dr. Haroun Rahimi Formal institutions in Afghanistan have failed to offer credit ina way that works for the Afghan context. ...
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To Sue or Not to Sue: How Afghan Merchants Strategically Choose to Use or Avoid Courts

Dr. Haroun Rahimi This article explores how and why Afghan merchants choose to use courts or informal dispute resolution methods. ...
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The Role of Shariah in the Judicial System of Afghanistan

Dr. Lutforahman Saeed has completed and published research on The Role of Shariah in the Judicial System of Afghanistan. This ...
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Party Laws and Party Nationalization: a Critique of Afghan Political Party Laws

Dr. Mohammad Bashir Mobashir has completed and published research on Party Laws and Party Nationalization: a Critique of Afghan Political ...
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