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Journal of Islamic financial studies

by Ǧāmiʿat al-Baḥrain;

  eJournal/eMagazine : Periodical

Journal of Islamic Financial Studies ​   (2017-11-02)


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The Journal of Islamic Financial Studies (JIFS) is a double-blind peer-reviewed international academic journal which publishes biannually high-quality original manuscripts dealing with Islamic economic and financial systems. The core objective of the journal is to a high-quality platform and a communication channel for researchers, academics, business leaders and other practitioners who demonstrate their interest in today's development of Islamic finance and banking.


The Journal welcomes quantitative and qualitative papers for review in the following categories (including but not limited to):


Theory of Islamic Economics and Finance

Financial Innovations and Islamic Finance

Public Finance

Islamic Financial Products

Islamic Law related to Finance

Islamic Banking techniques and their conformity with the Islamic Law (Shariah)

Islamic Corporate Governance

Global and regional integration of financial markets

Newest investment strategies

Behavioral Economics and Finance

Financial Engineering and Risk management in Islamic Finance

Insurance and Takaful

Islamic Banking and Securitization

Corporate Finance

Corporate Social Responsibility and Business Ethics

Impact of the Basel Capital Accord on Islamic Banking

JIFS seeks to maintain in each of its issues a reasonable balance between theoretical and empirical studies.

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