28 August 2008

Call for papers: Islamic Banking and Finance

Call for papers: Islamic Banking and Finance

A special issue of International Journal of Monetary Economics and Finance

Interest in Islamic banking has grown considerably during the last decade. The main issues of concern are the conceptual framework and viability of interest-free banking, and the assessment of its performance and future. The aim of this special issue is to provide a central platform and communication channel for researcher, academics, business leaders, industry practitioners and policymakers relating to Islamic banking. The special issue will address the innovations and challenges within the Islamic finance industry and the long-term impact, scope and authenticity of these notions in an Islamic community and way of life.

Topics of interest include but are not limited to:
  • The Shari'ah requirements in Islamic banking
  • Islamic financial products and its likeness in conventional banks
  • Islamic banking techniques and their conformity with the Islamic Shari'ah
  • Financial innovation and Islamic banking
  • The impact of the Basel II Capital Accord on Islamic banking
  • Islamic banking and corporate governance
  • Islamic banking and securitisation
  • Risk management in Islamic finance
Important Date
Deadline for receipt of manuscripts is: April 30th 2009


Shafiq said...

It is nice to learn that Islamic Banking is getting a shape to be be an emerging business, but the question is does it actually going on the way as shariah states?. The scenario from the some bank's effort worldwide to engage in islamic banking business with quick run seem to be only 'business for business'. Are they maintaining shariah properly? What is the motto of Shariah? This needs to be examine. I want write a paper on that.

Please let me know the procedure to submit the paper and benefit for writers.

Md. Shafiqul Islam
Assistant Vice President
Investment Risk Management Division
Social Investment Bank Limited, Head Office
15, Dilkusha Commercial Area [4th Floor]
Dhaka-1000, Bangladesh.
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Email: shafiq29sept@gmail.com

hakimah yaacob said...

hi there i am of the view that the theoritical framework is beautifully done, but on the other hand, the implementation wise creates hick up here and there. i alsointerested to send paper, pls provide info and giodeline

ms hakimah yaacob
International Syariah Reserach Academy for Islamic Banking, Malaysia

Info said...

Could you kindly let me know where to submit the paper?
email: zaidinazia82@gmail.com

Ian said...

Follow the Call for papers... link at the top for details of submission.