Islamic Banking Research Papers

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

  1. Lariba Islamic Banking Symposium Papers
  2. Prophet Muhammad(s) on Economic Justice
  3. Riba as described in the Qur’an and Sunnah
  4. Islamic Home Financing - An Invited Paper Presented at The Harvard University Law School, October, 1998
  5. The Ummah & THE ECONOMIC CHALLENGE
  6. The Los Angeles Times Front Page Article - on Islamic Banking, March 18, issue. First Ever in The History of the Muslims.
  7. Islamic Instruments for managing liquidity
  8. A Growing Market
  9. Freddie Mac-USA Today Article
  10. Islamic Banks Post 9/11
  11. Islamic Finance Company Advice
  12. Islamic Movement in America
  13. LARIBA Financial Planning
  14. Interest in the Catholic Tradition
  15. Advice on How to Choose Your Islamic Finance Company
  16. The Pyramid of Globalization and its Impact on the Muslim World
  17. Islamic Instruments for Managing Liquidity
  18. Freddie Mac Alliance with LARIBA: Building for the Future
  19. Prospects, Problems and Challenges of Islamic Financial and Banking Services in the United States
  20. The Challenges of Offering a LARIBA Financial Services Window in an American Bank
  21. Interest in the Catholic Tradition: Then and Now
  22. Submitting Ourselves to God's Will - A Conceptual Overview
  23. Islamic Financing, Banking and Investment in America
  24. Islamic Banks after September 11th
  25. Freddie Mac LARIBA Alliance: Islamic Lending Solutions - LARIBA Home Financing Model
  26. The Development of LARIBA Financing and Investment Portfolios for the Retail System
  27. Strategic Alliance and Capitalizing the "ICT" Era in Islamic LARIBA Banks
  28. Islamic Financing, Banking and Investment in America - History Current Situation and Challenges
  29. Towards a LARIBA, Mortgage Financing in the United States
  30. The Challenges of Offering a LARIBA Financial Services Window in an American Bank
  31. Islamic and Socially Responsible Investing in Mutual Funds
  32. The Capitalization of Islamic Finance Institutions in America
  33. An Analysis of Dr. Mahathir Muhammad Proposal to Tax Rich Countries to Finance Infrastructure Projects in Poor Countries
  34. Achieving Financial Independence Through Prudent Financial Planning
  35. Affordable Home Ownershp Through Islamic Finance
  36. Asset & Liability Management in an Islamic Banking Context
  37. Global Acceptance of Islamic LARIBA Banking
  38. Integrating Quality Management, Creativity and Innovation in Islamic Banks
  39. Islamic Banking - A Customer Perspective
  40. Islamic Banking Institutions in Indonesia
  41. Long-term challenges and risks in the banking industry: the position of Islamic banks
  42. Reviving the Roots of Islamic Economics & Finance
  43. Towards a Grass Roots Based Islamic Finance for All
  44. The Implementation of Musharaka wal Murabaha for Shariaa Rural Banks in North Sumatra as part of Community Development Program
  45. Global Developments in Islanic Finane - Challenges and Opportunities
  46. Freddie Mac's Role in the US Housing Finance Industry
  47. Riba and Riba-Free Financing As Given in the Qur'an and the Sunnah
  48. What the Bible Says About Money
  49. Islamic Jurisprudence
  50. Lending in the Old Testament, the New Testament, and the Christian Tradition
  51. Investing in the Stock Market Takes Patience
  52. Islamic Banking - Challenges and Corporate Governance
  53. Islamic Banking After 9/11 - A Broad Perspective
  54. "Islamic" Banking, Between Literalism and Rationalism
  55. The "Islamic" Brand Name and the Future of Islamic Banking
  56. Islamic Financing in the US: Arrived, But is it Growing?
  57. Money Lending and Interest in the Torah and Jewish Tradition
  58. Money, What it was, and What it has Become
  59. The Wisdom of Prohibition of Interest
  60. Western Regulatory Concerns and Islmanic Banks
  61. My Understanding of the Role Money Plays in My Religion
  62. The recent Azhar fatwa: It's logic, and historical background
  63. LARIBA (Faith-Based) Financing Model
  64. The Gold Currency! Towards Building A Stable Future and A RIBA-Free Faith Based Finance & Banking System
  65. Growth & Development of Islamic finance via Conventional Institutions
  66. Protecting Communities from Predatory Lending Practice
  67. Islamic Banking Model
  68. Fannie Mae Alliance with American Finance House LARIBA
  69. LARIBA (Faith-Based) Financing: The Canadian Market
  70. Islamic Banking LARIBA - A Conceptual Overview
  71. Islamic Home Financing in the United States
  72. The Gold Dinar
  73. International Islamic Capital Market Conference
  74. The speech of Dr. Mahathir, the Prime Minister of Malaysia, at the Islamic Cultural Center in Northbrook
  75. Hedging Foreign Exchange Risk with Forwards, Futures, Options and the Gold Dinar: A Comparison Note
  76. The Islamic Gold Dinar: Views of A Non-Muslim
  77. International Strategic Alliances for LaRiba (Islamic) Investment: International Perspective
  78. Global Strategies for Islamic Global Strategies for Islamic Banking and Banking and Finance
  79. Dinar and Dirham Effect on the Banking Business and its Solution
  80. Freddie Mac Alliance with LARIBA: Opening Doors For Muslim Families In America
  81. Riba and Paper Money
  82. Risk & Return of Islamic Stock Market Indexes
  83. Success of Islamic Investment Funds
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Journal of Islamic Banking and Finance

ISSN: 2374-2666 (Print Version)

ISSN: 2374-2658 (Electronic Version)

Frequency: Semi-annually (2 issues per year)

Nature: Print and Online

Submission E-mail: editor@aripd.org

Language of Publication: English

Journal of Islamic Banking and Finance is a refereed international journal. The aim of the journal is to be the leading outlet for the best research in Islamic banking and finance. All papers are subject to a minimum of double blind refereeing. The journal publishes the papers that provide in-depth insight and analysis into current issues within Islamic finance and bank management, Issue- or results-focused case studies, illustrating research and product developments, and instances of best practice. It provides comprehensive cover of research in this expanding area which will serve as a central repository for research in the field, bridging the interests of scholars and practitioners and bringing the results of research and product development to the attention of the international financial and business management community.

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Editorial Board

Prof. Yousef Jahmani, Ph.D., CPA, Savannah State University, USA.
Dr. Faisal G. Khamis, Department of Banking and Finance, AL-Zaytoonah University of Jordan.
Dr. Mohammad O. Al-Smadi, Department of Banking, Al Imam Mohammad Ibn Saud Islamic University, Saudi Arabia.
Dr. Hasan Dincer, Department of Banking and Finance, Beykent University, Turkey.
Dr. Marina Mustapha, Taylor’s Business School, Malaysia.
Prof. Dr. Nisar Ahmad, Imperial College of Business Studies, Lahore, Pakistan.
Dr Hodo B. Riman, Department of Banking and Finance, University of Calabar, Nigeria.

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