2. Refereed Research Papers
Academic research is considered as the essential basis for setting up and enhancing knowledge and sciences. Therefore, the Islamic Economics Institute and its researchers are keen on creating distinguished research papers and doing special academic activities needed for establishing and spreading Islamic Economics. This year, the IEI has published fifteen research papers in both Arabic and English, three of which have already published or accepted by ISI-indexed journals with good impact factors.
Papers Published in the Journal of King Abdulaziz University: Islamic Economics,
1. Abdul Razzaq Sa'eed Belabes, “Al-Ab’aad al-maqasideyya li-tamweel fi ‘alam murakkab: Muqarana manhajiyya bayna al-adabiyyaat al-iqtisadiiya wa-taqleediyya,” [The Purposeful Dimensions of Financing in a Complex World: A Methodological Comparison Between Islamic and Traditional Economic Literatures] in King Abdulaziz University Journal 27:3 (1435/2015).
2.Munawar Iqbal, An Innovative Scheme for Classifying Literature in Islamic Economics and Finance, Journal of King Abdul Aziz University: Islamic Economic", Vol. 28, No.2, (2015).
3. Ahmed Belouafi, A., Bourakba, C. and Saci, K., Islamic Finance and Financial Stability: A Review of the Literature”, Journal of King Abdul Aziz University: Islamic Economic", Vol. 28, No.2, (2015).
Papers Published in Other Academic Journals:
4. Ali Ahmed Al-Nadvi, “Wasa‘el himayat al-deen mena al-ta’athur wa mawqif al-sharee’a tijaah al-madeen al-muflis,” [Tools of Protecting Debts from Lags and the Stance of Religion Towards the Insolvent Debtors] Religious Research and Studies Journal 20 (Cairo: Jumada Al-Ula 1435 H)
5. Abdul Razzaq Sa'eed Belabes, “Al-tafa’ul bayna at-tamweel wa ‘uloom al-khalaya al-‘asabiyya men mandhoor islami ila ab’ad mena al-demagh,” [The Interaction Between Financing and the Neural Cells Sciences from an Islamic Viewpoint to Far-fetched Perspective] The International Academy Journal for Religious Research on Islamic Financial Transaction (June 2015)
6. Yousuf Abdullah BaSudan and ‘Itaab Abdul Qader Salaeh, “Mada idraak al-muraji’een al-kharijyeen fi al-mamlaka al-‘arabiyya al-saudiyya li mas’ooliyyatihem tijah iktishaaf al-ghesh al-wared fi me’yaar al-muraja’a al-saudi raqm 15,” [External Auditors' Awareness of Their Responsibility Towards Discovering Possible Fraud in Saudi Auditing Criterion No. 15] Faculty of Commerce Journal for Academic Research 51:2 (Julay 2014)
7. Fadul Abdul Kareem Muhammad and Ibrahim Muhammad Saleh Abul-Ola, “Irtifaa’ nesbatt al-tamweel al-istihlaaki fi al-mamlaka al-‘arabiyya al-saudiyya – asbabuhu wa atharuh,” [The Rise of Consumption Financing Rate in K.S.A. – Causes and Impact] Religious Research and Studies Journal 41 (Ramadan 1436 H/2015)
8. Abderrazak Belabes, Ahmad Belouafi and Daoudi Mohamed, "Designing Islamic Finance Programmes in a Competitive Educational Space: The IEI Experiment", Procedia – Social and behavioral Sciences (forthcoming), 2015.
9. Ahmed Belouafi and Bourakba, C., Islamic Banks and the Maturity Mismatch Exposure: Evidence from the GCC Region”, Journal of Business and Economics, 6(9), (2015).
10. Walid Mansour, Khoutem Ben Jedidia and Jihed Majdoub, How Ethical is Islamic Banking in the Light of Islamic Law? Journal of Religious Ethics, Vol. 43, No. 1: 51-77, 2015. (ISI)
11. Walid Mansour and Houssem Eddine Bedoui, Performance and Maqasid al-Shari’ah’s Pentagon-shaped Ethical Measurement, Science and Engineering Ethics, Vol. 21, No. 3. (ISI, Impact factor: 1.5)
12. Walid Mansour, Mouna Jlassi and Kamel Naoui, Overconfidence and Dynamic Market Volatility: Evidence from International Data, Procedia Economics and Finance, Vol. 13: 128-142,2014.
13. Walid Mansour, Mohamed Ben Abdelhamid and Almas Heshmati, Recursive profit-and-loss sharing, Journal of Risk, Incisive Media UK, (ISI, Impact factor: 0.4).
14. Abdul Azim Islahi, Mutuality based Islamic Insurance; Journal of Islamic Banking and Finance Jan – March 2015, pp. 54-69.
15. Abdul Azim Islahi, Is the verse of riba last revealed in the Qur’an? Majallat Ulum al-Quran, vol. 39.
16. Abdul Azim Islahi, al-Asadi and his work al-Taysir: a study of his socio economic ideas; Bulleting of SOAS, London, forthcoming.
17. Abdul Azim Islahi, Genesis of Islamic Economics Revisited; Journal of Islamic Studies, Oxford, forthcoming.
18. Ali Al-Thuneibat, Awad Al-Rehaily and Yousef Basodan, “The Impact of Internal Control Requirements on Profitability of Saudi Shareholding Companies,“ International Journal of Commerce and Management, Vol.25, No.2, 2015.
19. Kaleem Alam, Debt Clarity and Responsibility of the stock Market Investor Shareholders, Journal of Objective Studies (Vol 25 Issue 21-2), owned by Institute of Objective Studies, New Delhi.