IJCIEF - 2016 CALL FOR PAPER

Dear Colleagues, 

Thanks for the great interest you have shown for the IJCIEF. We have received over 130 submissions. However, we have also received a lot of request to extend the deadline. Hence, the organizing committee has revized the deadlines. Please see the link.

We are glad to announce that the International Congress on Islamic Economics and Finance (ICISEF) organized by Sakarya University together with Durham University and International Islamic Economics and Finance Conference (IIEFC) organized by Istanbul Sabahattin Zaim University have teamed up this year to organize International Joint Conference on Islamic Economics and Finance in Istanbul during 1-3 September, 2016.

The objective of IJCIEF is to provide a platform for researchers, academicians as well as industrial and business professionals from all over the world to present their research papers in the area of Islamic Economics and Finance. It is expected that IJCIEF would serve as a discussion forum that would strengthen the link between academia and industry. Please note that IJCIEF-2016 accepts papers in Turkish, English, and Arabic.

IJCIEF invites a full length research papers from researchers to address any area of Islamic economics and finance including but not limited to:

• Islamic Economics

  • Real sector
  • Zakat
  • Income distribution, poverty
  • Labor disputes
  • Waging practices
  • Behavioral economics
  • Government
  • Pricing
  • Developmental issues
  • Monetary policy and financial stability
  • Macroprudential policies
  • Central Banking Function in Islamic Economy
  • Regulation and Supervision Issues
  • Theorization of Islamic Economics

• Islamic Banking

  • Financing modes
  • Risk management
  • Islamic Banking practice
  • Liquidity Management
  • Corporate social responsibility
  • Accounting in Islamic Banking

• Islamic Capital Markets

  • Sukuk
  • Islamic indices and mutual funds
  • Asset management
  • Islamic ratings
  • Pension funds
  • Islamic Investment

• Islamic Finance

  • Islamic Accounting and AAOIFI standards
  • Micfrofinance
  • Waqf
  • Financial market growth
  • Comparative studies on Islamic Finance
  • Conventional finance theories and its compatibiliry with Islamic Finance
  • Financial Stability
  • Islamic Financing Methods
  • Financial Engineering in Islamic Finance

• Islamic Insurance

  • Cooperative Insurance Applications
  • Social Security in Islam
  • Re-takaful issues
  • Takaful
  • General and Life insurance in Islam
  • Private pensions from Islamic perspective

• Islamic Economics and Finance Education

  • Islamic financial literacy
  • Islamic Economics and Finance Education in Universities
  • Islamic Banking Training
  • NGOs' education programmes
  • Difficulties in Islamic Economics and Finance Education
  • Methodological aspect of Islamic Economics and Finance Education
  • Historical scope and methodology

• Islamic Business

  • Marketing ethics
  • Leadership
  • Corporate governance and social responsibility
  • Taxation
  • Hiring practices
  • Halal industry
  • Business Ethics
  • Consumer Ethics

• Fiqh

  • Fatwa procedures
  • Shariah boards
  • Differences in FiqhJurisdictions
  • Halal food
  • Dispute settlements