Islamic Economic Studies: Volume 28 Issue 1 , Open Access

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Service quality of Islamic banks: satisfaction, loyalty and the mediating role of trust

Razali Haron, Noradilah Abdul Subar, Khairunisah Ibrahim

The objective of this study is to examine the impact of PAKSERV model on customers' satisfaction, loyalty and trust in Malaysian Islamic banks. These comprehensive…

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The determinants of Sukūk issuance in GCC countries

Imene Guermazi

This paper focuses on Ṣukūk issuance determinants in Gulf Cooperation Council (GCC) countries. Given the dual characteristic of debt and equity of Ṣukūk as well as their…

Economic growth and financial performance of Islamic banks: a CAMELS approach

Mohammed Ayoub Ledhem, Mohammed Mekidiche

The purpose of this paper is to investigate the link between the financial performance of Islamic finance and economic growth in all of Malaysia, Indonesia, Brunei, Turkey…

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Organic global cryptocurrency: towards a stable international monetary system that is closer to Maqāṣid Sharīʿah

Abdurrahman Arum Rahman

The most prominent and persistent problems of our global monetary system are instability and imbalances. We propose an international monetary model to solve these problems…

The business financial inclusion benefits from an Islamic point of view: a qualitative inquiry

Umar Habibu Umar

This study explores the benefits of business financial inclusion from the Islamic perspective in Nigeria by selecting Kano state as a case study.

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