Islamic Economics Institute




Academic Achievements-35-1436H

 

3. Papers Published in the Journal of  King Abdulaziz University: Islamic Economics

The Islamic Economics Institute started issuing its biannual refereed academic journal in 1403H (1983) but since 1434 H (2014), the journal has got to be triannual; the first two issues appear in English in January and July and the last in Arabic in October. Since the last outline of achievements was prepared, six issues have been published: Volume 27: Issue 1, Issue 2 and Issue 3 in English; Volume 28: Issue 1, Issue 2 and Issue 3 in English; Volume 29: Issue 1, 3 in English. This report includes a list of their contents.

The reader may perceive how the journal noticeably developed when Volume 28 was issued. A new section for young researchers has been added in order to encourage the new researchers in the field of Islamic Economics. The ‘Dialogues’ section of that volume includes contributions written by researchers and specialists from such international organizations as the World Bank, the International Monetary Fund, the Financial Time and the London School of Economics.

A glossary of the Arabic and Islamic terminology included in the published articles has also been added in Issue 1 of Volume 27. Brief English definitions of terms have been provided. The list is accumulative as new terms are added in each issue. Moreover, résumés of contributors are also added at the end of their research papers.

This academic year, the journal managed to launch its webpage on the IEI website. Now, it is easy to navigate the old and new issues, to know the publishing conditions, and to contact the editor.

http://iei.kau.edu.sa/Pages-E-JKAU-IEHome.aspx 

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).

 Contents of Vol. 29-1 

Articles
1- Sharīʿah Appraisal of the Concepts of ḌamānTaqṣīr and Taʿaddī in Trust-Based Contracts (ʿUqūd al-Amānāt)

    Asmadi Mohamed Naim, Muhammad Nasri Md. Hussein, Mohamad Noor Habibi Long, and Mahyuddin Abu Bakar 

2- Capital Asset Pricing Model and Pricing of Islamic Financial Instruments
   Shabir Ahmad Hakim, Zarinah Hamid, Ahamed Kameel Mydin Meera 

3- Accountability Mechanisms for Awqaf Institutions: Lessons Learned from the History
   Hidayatul Ihsan, Eliyanora, Yossi Septriani 

Discussion Forum

1- Credit Cards: Contemporary Issues from Economic and Shari’ah Perspective
    Monzer Kahf and Amiirah Nabee Mohomed 

2- Credit Cards in Islamic Framework
    Muhammad Nejatullah Siddiqi 

3- Credit Cards: Contemporary Issues from Economic and Sharīʿah Perspective
    Rodney Wilson 

4- Considerations of Credit Card Markets from the Sharīʿah Perspective
    Cliff A. Robb. 

5- What Credit Cards May or May Not Do: An Economic and Sharīʿah Analysis
    Munawar Iqbal 

6- Credit Cards: Contemporary Issues from Economic and Sharīʿah Perspective

   Mahmoud Sami Nabi 

Young Researcher Section
1- Islamic Financial Products and Services Patronizing Behavior in Tatarstan: The Role of Perceived Values and Awareness

   Ruslan Sabirzyanov 

2- First Steps Towards Islamic Finance Regulation in the Russian Federation

   Rezeda Gabbasova 

Book Review

Habib Ahmed, Mehmet Asutay, Rodney Wilson (Editors): Banking and Financial Crisis: Reputation, Stability and Risks 

   Reviewed by: Kaleem Alam

Guidelines for Contributors 

Cumulative Index for last Five Years

 

Contents of  Vol. 28-2

Articles
1- Islamic Finance and Financial Stability: A Review of the Literature
   Ahmed Belouafi, Chaouki Bourakba and Karima Saci

2- An Innovative Scheme for Classifying Literature in Islamic Economics and Finance
   Munawar Iqbal

3- Profit-Loss Sharing Contract Formation Under Zero Interest Financial System
    Shafi A. Khaled and A. Wahhab Khandker

Discussion Paper
Sharing and Transferring Risks in Retakāful and Conventional Reinsurance: A Critical Analysis
   Abu Umar Faruq Ahmad, Ismail Bin Mahbob and Muhammad Ayub

Discussion Forum
1
- Appeal of Ṣukūk as a New Type of Financial Instrument
   Mohamed Ariff
2- The Appeal of Ṣukūk as Asset-backed Financing
   Zamir Iqbal 
3- Ṣukūk: Challenges and Prospects
    Sami Al-Suwailem

4Ṣukūk: A General Introduction
    
Rida Sadallah
5- Emerging Ṣukūk Markets
    Yusuf Karbhari 

Young Researcher Section
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 Islamic and Conventional Behavioral Finance: A Critical Review of Literature
   Osman Sayid Hassan Musse Abdelghani Echchabi and Hassanuddeen Abdul Aziz

 Book Review
Hossein Askari, Zamir Iqbal and Abbas Mirakhor: 
Introduction to Islamic Economics- Theory and Application

   Reviewed by: Mohamed Aslam Haneef

Guidelines for Contributors

Cumulative Index for last Five Years

Contents of Vol. 28-1

Articles

1- Islamıc Wealth Management in History and at Present
    Murat Çizakça

2- Loan Loss Provisioning in OIC Countries: Evidence from Conventional vs. Islamic Banks
   Ali Ashraf, M. Kabir Hassan, and Syed Abul Basher

Discussion Paper
Factors Influencing the Behavioral Intentions of Muslim Employees to Contribute t0 Cash-Waqf  Through Salary Deductions

  Anwar Allah Pitchay, Ahamed Kameel Mydin Meera and Muhammad Yusuf Saleem

Discussion Forum
1- Severe Financial Crises and Fundamental Reforms: The Benefits of Risk-Sharing
  Hossein Askari

2- Why Economists (and Economies) Should Love Islamic Finance
  Willem H. Buiter and Ebrahim Rahbari

3- Models of Islamic Banking: The Role of Debt and Equity Contracts
  Mervyn K. Lewis

4- Some Implications of Debt versus Equity-Based Financing in the Backdrop of Financial Crises
  Hayat Khan

5- Severe Financial Crises and Fundamental Reforms: The Benefits of Risk-Sharing - A Comment
  Anwar Shah

Book Review
Mohammad Hashim Kamali and Abdul Karim Abdullah (editors): Islamic Finance: Issues in Ṣukūk and Proposals for Reform
Reviewed by: Abdul Azim Islahi

Guidelines for Contributors

Cumulative Index for last Five Years

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