This study aims to quantify the cost of rebalancing Sharīʿah-compliant indexes, both economically and statistically.
Islamic financial institutions (IFIs) are required to establish a Shariīʿah Governance Framework (SGF) to strengthen their Sharīʿah-compliance mechanism and ensure that…
This paper aims to explain the nature of the economic agent in Islamic economics. He is commonly referred to as Homo Islamicus.
This paper aims to scrutinize the misconceptions about maqāṣid al-Sharīʿah (objectives of Islamic law) that complicate its actualization, particularly in Islamic finance.
Some thoughts on resetting the roles and functions of Sharīʿah committees of Islamic banks in MalaysiaMansor Isa, Siew-Peng Lee, Obiyathulla Ismath Bacha, Rubi Ahmad
The purpose of this study is to understand and evaluate the roles and functions of the Sharīʿah committee (SC) of Islamic banks (IBs) in Malaysia and to recommend a…
Assessing the effect of organisational commitment on turnover intentions amongst Islamic bank employeesCarole Serhan, Nehmeh Nehmeh, Ibrahim Sioufi
The research aims to test the links amongst Meyer and Allen's three levels of organisational commitment and the commitment's effect on reducing turnover intentions for…
Legislative provisions for waṣiyyah wājibah in Malaysia and Indonesia: to what extent do they differ in practice?Suhaili Alma'amun, Mohd Khairy Kamarudin, Wan Nadiah Wan Mohd Nasir, Nasrul Hisyam Nor Muhamad, Riayati Ahmad
This research aims to examine and compare differences in waṣiyyah wājibah (obligatory bequest) (WW) practices in Malaysia and Indonesia.
Objectives and measures of performance of Islamic microfinance banks in Indonesia: the stakeholders' perspectivesTaufik Akbar, A.K. Siti-Nabiha
This study investigates both internal and external stakeholders' views on the objectives and measures of performance of Indonesian Islamic microfinance banks (IMFBs).
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