Before joining Durham University as the Sharjah Chair, Habib Ahmed was Manager, Research and Development, Islamic Banking Development Group, The National Commercial Bank (NCB), Kingdom of Saudi Arabia. He also worked at Islamic Research & Training Institute of the Islamic Development Bank Group, Saudi Arabia and taught at the University of Connecticut, USA, National University of Singapore, and University of Bahrain.
Ahmed, H. (2018). The Challenge Facing Islamic Banking and Finance: Has it Moved Away from its Core Objectives, with Special Reference to Maqasid. In The Objectives of Islamic Law: The Promises and Challenges of the Maqasid al-Shari’a. Nassery, I., Ahmed, R. & Tatari, M. Lexington Books.
Ahmed, Habib (2017). Taking Takaful to the Next Level. In Realising the Value Proposition of the Takaful Industry for a Stable and Inclusive Financial System. Islamic Financial Services Board and World Bank.
Ahmed, Habib (2013). ‘Financial Inclusion and Islamic Finance: Organizational Formats, Products, Outreach and Sustainability’. In Economic Development and Islamic Finance. Iqbal, Zamir & Mirakhor, Abbas The World Bank, Washington DC. 203-229.
Ahmed, Habib (2012). ‘Waqfs’. In Encyclopedia of Global Studies. Helmut K. Anheier Mark Juergensmeyer & Victor Faessel Sage Publications, Thousand Oaks.
Ahmed, Habib (2011). ‘Waqf-Based Microfinance: Realizing the Social Role of Islamic Finance’. In Essential Readings in Contemporary Waqf Issues. Monzer Kahf & Siti Mashitoh Mahamood CERT, Kuala Lumpur.
Ahmed, Habib (2009). ‘The Methodology of Islamic Economics’. In Encyclopedia of Islamic Economics, Principles, Definitions & Methodology. M.N. Siddiqi Yildiz A.S., Istanbul. 177-185.
Ahmed, Habib & Khan, Tariqullah (2007). ‘Risk Management in Islamic Banking’. In Handbook on Islamic Banking. Hassan, M. Kabir & Lewis, Mervyn K. Edward Elgar.
Ahmed, Habib (2006). ‘Withdrawal Risk in Islamic Banks, Market Discipline and Bank Stability’. In Islamic Financial Architecture: Risk Management and Financial Stability. Khan, Tariqullah & Muljawan, Dadang Jeddah: Islamic Research and Training Institute, Islamic Development Bank Group. 457-477.
Ahmed, Habib (2005). ‘The Islamic Financial System and Economic Growth: An Assessment’. In Islamic Finance and Economic Development. Iqbal, Munawar & Ahmad, Ausaf New York: Palgrave Macmillan. 29-48.
Ahmed, Habib (2002). ‘Incentive Compatible Profit-Sharing Contracts: A Theoretical Treatment’. In Islamic Banking and Finance: New Perspectives in Profit Sharing and Risk. Iqbal, Munawar & Llewellyn, David T. Edward Elgar. 40-54.
Ahmed, Habib & Miller, Stephen M. (1997). ‘Monetary and Exchange Rate Policies in Multisectoral Economies’. Journal of Business and Economics49(4): 321-34.
Ahmed, Habib & Randolph, Susan (1995). Liquidity Constraints, Productivity, Employment, and Output: Evidence from Nonagricultural Activities in Bangladesh. Journal of International Trade and Economic Development4(3): 283-304.
Ahmed, Habib (2013). Islamic Wealth Management: Goals and Instruments. The Q ReportIssue No. 1 / 2013: 26-30.
Ahmed, Habib (2012). A different perspective on the financial crisis. Papers of Dialogue3: 18-19.