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International Journal of Islamic Economics and Finance Studies (IJISEF) is an international, academic, periodical and peer reviewed journal published by Centre of Political Economical and Social Research (PESA).

The Journal particularly focuses on topics related to Islamic Economics, Islamic Banking, Islamic Financial Markets, Islamic Management, Fiqh and other relevant topics. The Journal is dedicated to building a platform for academicians, market and those who interested in Islamic economics and finance studies to share, discuss, evaluate and distribute their work and opinions.


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The Journal is published online on every March, July and November.


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All manuscripts submitted to IJISEF are screened by iThenticate software to avoid plagiarism. Regarding to plagiarism policy IJISEF Editorial Team follow the rules listed below:

- Manuscript will be rejected if similarity index higher than 33 %. In this case, author(s) kindly advised to submit their manuscripts after revision.

- Manuscripts will be accepted for double blind peer review process if similarity index equal to or lower than 33 %, and also similarity index for single source is equal to or lower than % 5.

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p-ISSN: 2149-8393
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2017, Volume 25-2

2017, Volume 25

  • 1-22 Exploring The Potentials of Diaspora Ṣukūk for OIC Member Countries
    by Diaw, Abdou
  • 23-54 Is it Costly to Introduce SRI into Islamic Portfolios?
    by Elias, Erragragui
  • 55-84 From Screening to Compliance Strategies: The Case of Islamic Stock Indices with Application on “MASI”
    by Kafou, Ali & Chakir, Ahmed
  • 85-109 Toward Developing a Model of Stakeholder Trust in Waqf Institutions
    by Hasan, Rashedul & Siraj, Siti Alawiah
  • 112-154 Ethical Banking and Islamic Banking: A Comparison of Triodos Bank and Islami Bank Bangladesh Limited
    by Khan, Tariqullah & Nabee Mohomed, Amiirah Bint Raffick
  • 155-172 Corporate Social Responsibility of Islamic Banks in Malaysia: Arising Issues
    by Jusoh, Wan Noor Hazlina Wan & Ibrahim, Uzaimah

2016, Volume 24-1, Issue 1

2016, Volume 24-2

2015, Volume 23-1

  • 1-31 Tradable Inventory Certificates A Proposed New Liquidity Instrument
    by Kahf, Monzer & Khan, Mahah Mujeeb
  • 33-72 Product Development and Maqāṣid in Islamic Finance: Towards a Balanced Methodology
    by Al-Amine, Muhammad Al-Bashir
  • 73-100 Assessing Socio-Economic Development based on Maqāṣid al-Sharīʿah Principles: Normative Frameworks, Methods and Implementation in Indonesia
    by KASRI, RAHMATINA & Ahmed, Habib
  • 101-124 Enhancing Intra-Trade in OIC Member Countries Through T-SDRs
    by Nabi, Mahmoud Sami & Abdelkafi, Rami & Drine, Imed & Al-Suwailem, Sami

2015, Volume 23-2

2014, Volume 22-2

  • 1-32 Maqāṣid al-Sharīʿah: Are We Measuring The Immeasurable?
    by Amir-Ud-Din, Rafi
  • 33-46 Non-Monetary Poverty Measurement in Malaysia: A Maqāṣid al-Sharīʿah Approach
    by Saladin Abdul Rasool, Mohamed & Salleh, Ariffin Mohd
  • 47-63 A Structural Model for Human Development, Does Maqāṣid al-Sharīʿah Matter!
    by Mili, Medhi
  • 65-98 Socio-Economic Philosophy of Conventional and Islamic Economics: Articulating Hayat-e-Tayyaba Index (HTI) on the Basis of Maqāṣid al-Sharīʿah
    by Mukhtar, Muhammad Mubashir & Muhammad Sarfraz Nihal, Hafiz & Abdul Rauf, Hafiz & Wasti, Waleed & Shahid Qureshi, Muhammad
  • 99-124 Islamic Wealth Management and the Pursuit of Positive-Sum Solutions
    by Omar Farooq, Mohammad
  • 137-141 Islamic Microfinance for Sustainable Development
    by Shah Shirazi, Nasim & Elzahi, Abdelrahman & Khattab, Ishraga

2014, Volume 22-1

  • 1-36 Understanding Development in an Islamic Framework
    by Askari, Hossein & Iqbal, Zamir & Krichene, Noureddine & Mirakhor, Abbas
  • 37-78 Islamic Finance in the United Kingdom: Factors Behind its Development and Growth
    by Belouafi, Ahmed & Chachi, Abdelkader
  • 79-108 Integrating Zakāt and Waqf into the Poverty Reduction Strategy of the IDB Member Countries
    by Shah Shirazi, Nasim
  • 109-138 An Attempt to Develop Sharīʿah Compliant Liquidity Management Instruments for the Financier of Last Resort: With Reference to Qatar Development Plan
    by Kahf, Monzer & Hamadi, Cherin
  • 139-158 Efficiency Measure of Insurance v/s Tak ful Firms Using DEA Approach: A Case of Pakistan
    by Khan, Atiquzzafar & Noreen, Uzma
  • 159-184 An Empirical Study of Islamic Equity as a Better Alternative during Crisis Using Multivariate GARCH DCC
    by Rizvi , Syed Aun R & Arshad , Shaista
  • 185-216 Public Sector Funding and Debt Management: A Case for GDP-Linked Ṣukūk
    by Diaw, Abdou & Bacha, Obiyathulla Ismath & Lahsasna, Ahcene
  • 217-232 Portfolio Determination of A Zero-Interest Financial System Entity
    by Khaled, Shafi A. & Khandker, A. Wahhab
  • 245-247 Economic Development and Islamic Finance
    by Chapra, Reviewed by: Dr. M. Umer

2013, Volume 21-1

2013, Volume 21-2

  • 1-22 Fiscal and Monetary Policies in Islamic Economics: Contours of an Institutional Framework
    by Tahir, Sayyid
  • 23-54 Are Islamic Banks Sufficiently Diversified? An Empirical Analysis of Eight Islamic Banks in Malaysia
    by Chatti , Mohamed Ali & Kablan, Sandrine & Yousf, Ouidad
  • 55-70 Trade and Human Development in OIC Countries: A Panel Data Analysis
    by Hamid, Zarinah & Amin, Ruzita Mohd
  • 71-94 Economic and Financial Crises in Fifteenth-Century Egypt: Lessons From the History
    by Islahi, Abdul Azim
  • 121-130 The Role of Islamic Finance in the Development of the IDB Member Countries: A Case Study of the Kyrgyz Republic and Tajikistan
    by Syed Ali, Salman & Shirazi, Nasim Shah & Nabi, Mahmoud Sami

2012, Volume 20-2

2012, Volume 20-1

2011, Volume 19-2

2011, Volume 19-1

2011, Volume 18-1

2010, Volume 17-2

  • 1-31 Faith-Based Ethical Investing: The Case Of Dow Jones Islamic Indexes
    by Hassan, M. Kabir & Girard, Eric
  • 34-53 Islamic Finance In Europe: The Regulatory Challenge
    by Belouafi, Ahmed & Belabes, Abderrazak
  • 55-75 Contemporary Islamic Financing Modes Between Contract Technicalities And Shar Ah Objectives
    by Abozaid, Abdulazeem
  • 79-83 “The 3 rd International Conference on Islamic Banking and Finance: Risk Management, Regulation and Supervision” Jakarta, Indonesia, 22-24 February 2010
    by Only, Report

2010, Volume 0-0

2009, Volume 17-1

2009, Volume 16-2

2008, Volume 16-1

2008, Volume 15-2

2007, Volume 15-1

2007, Volume 14-2

2006, Volume 14-1

2006, Volume 13-2

2005, Volume 13-1

2005, Volume 12-2

2004, Volume 12-1

2004, Volume 11-2

2003, Volume 11-1

2003, Volume 10-2

2002, Volume 10-1

2002, Volume 09-2

2001, Volume 09-1

2001, Volume 08-2

2000, Volume 08-1

2000, Volume 07-1

1999, Volume 06-2

1998, Volume 06-1

1998, Volume 05-2

1997, Volume 05-1

1997, Volume 04-2

1996, Volume 04-1

1996, Volume 03-2

1995, Volume 03-1

1995, Volume 02-2

1994, Volume 02-1

1994, Volume 01-2

1994, Volume 0-0

1993, Volume 01-1

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