International Journal of Islamic Financial Services

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Vol. 1 No. 1 Apr-Jun 1999

  • Derivative Instruments And Islamic Finance: Some Thoughts For A Reconsideration. By Obiyathullah Ismath Bacha
  • Islamic Instruments For Managing Liquidity. By Yahia Abdul-Rahman
  • Islamic Finance: A Western Perspective. By Humayon A. Dar and John R. Presley

Vol. 1 No. 2 Jul-Sep 1999

  • The Application of Bay’ al-‘Inah and Bay’ al-Dayn in Malaysian Islamic Bonds: an Islamic Analysis. By Saiful Azhar Rosly & Mahmood M. Sanusi
  • Islamic Business Contracts, Agency Problem And The Theory Of The Islamic Firm. By Md. Abdul Awwal Sarker
  • Towards A Lariba (Islamic) Mortgage Financing In The United States Providing An Alternative To Traditional Mortgages. Yahia K. Abdul-Rahman and Abdullah S. Tug

Vol. 1, No. 3 Oct-Dec 1999

  • Financial Modernization In 21st Century And Challenge For Islamic Banking. By M. Fahim Khan
  • The Performance Of Malaysian Islamic Bank During 1984-1997: An Exploratory Study. By Abdus Samad & M. Kabir Hassan

Vol. 1 No. 4 Jan-Mar 2000
  • Global Need For A New Economic Concept: Islamic Economics. by Saima Akbar Ahmed
  • Islamic Banking In Bangladesh: A Case Study Of IBBL. By Mohammed Nurul Alam
  • The Effects Of Conventional Interest Rates And Rate Of Profit On Funds Deposited With Islamic Banking System In Malaysia. By Dr Sudin Haron & Norafifah Ahmad
  • Islamic Antecedents For Financial Accountability. By Athar Murtuza

Vol. 2 No. 1 Apr-Jun 2000
  • Regulation Of Islamic Banking In Bangladesh: Role Of Bangladesh Bank. By Abdul Awwal Sarker
  • Modeling Monetary Stability Under Dual Banking System: The Case Of Malaysia. By Ahmad Kaleem
  • Economic Rationale For The State Collection Of Zakah. By Zafar Iqbal

Vol. 2 No. 2 Jul-Sep 2000
  • Nurtured By ‘Kufr’: The Western Philosophical Assumptions Underlying Conventional (Anglo-American) Accounting. By Shahul Hameed Mohamed Ibrahim.
  • Lack Of Profit Loss Sharing In Islamic Banking: Management And Control Imbalances. By Humayon A. Dar and John R. Presley

Vol. 2 No. 3 Oct-Dec 2000
  • The Offshore Services Industry In The Caribbean: A Conceptual And Sub-Regional Analysis. By Nand C. Bardouille
  • The Role Of Khiyar Al-‘Ayb In Al-Bay’ Bithaman Ajil Financing. By Saiful Azhar Rosly, Mahmood Sanusi and Norhashimah Mohd Yasin

Vol. 2 No. 4 Jan-Mar 2001
  • A Study On Islamic Banking Education And Strategy For The New Millenium - Malaysian Experience. By Abdul Halim Abdul Hamid & Norizaton Azmin Mohd Nordin
  • Banking Regulations And Islamic Banks In India : Status And Issues. By M.Y. Khan
  • Sources Of Law Affecting ‘Takaful’ (Islamic Insurance).by Mohd. Ma’sum Billah, Ph.D.

Vol. 3 No. 1 Apr-Jun 2001
  • The Islamic Bonds Market: Possibilities And Challenges. By Muhammad al-Bashir Muhammad al-Amine
  • Adopting And Measuring Customer Service Quality (SQ) In Islamic Banks: A Case Study In Kuwait Finance House. By AbdulQawi Othman & Lynn Owen
  • Takaful (Islamic Insurance) Premium: A Suggested Regulatory Framework. By Mohd. Ma’sum Billah

Vol. 3, No. 2 Jul-Sep 2001
  • Ethics And Efficiency In Islamic Stock Markets. By Mohammed Obaidullah
  • Profit And Loss Sharing Ratios A Holistic Approach To Corporate Finance. By Zafar Iqbal
  • Beneficiaries In Family Takaful In The Global Context. By Mohd. Ma’sum Billah

Vol. 3, No. 3 Oct-Dec 2001
  • Financial Contracting In Currency Markets: An Islamic Evaluation. By Mohammed Obaidullah
  • Islamic Justification Of Derivative Instruments. By Ali Salehabadi & Mohammad Aram
  • The Role of Rate of Return on Loans in the Islamic Banking System of Iran. By Seyed-Nezamaddin Makiyan

Vol. 3, No. 4 January-March 2002
  • Perceptions Of Malaysian Corporate Customers Towards Islamic Banking Products & Services. By Norafifah Ahmad & Sudin Haron
  • Islamic Risk Management: Towards Greater Ethics And Efficiency. By Mohammed Obaidullah
  • The Multi Dimensionality Of Carter Model To Measure Customer Service Quality (SQ) In Islamic Banking Industry: A Study In Kuwait Finance House. By Abdul Qawi Othman and Lynn Owen

Vol. 4, No. 1 April-June 2002
  • Legal Capacity To Contract Of Takaful: An Islamic Jurisprudential Consideration. By Mohd. Ma’sum Billah
  • Islamic Antecedents For Financial Accountability. By Athar Murtuza

Vol. 4, No. 2 July-Sept 2002
  • Modeling An Exit Strategy For Islamic Venture Capital Finance. By Tariqullah Khan and Boulem BenDjilali
  • Islamic Bank’s Profitability In An Interest Rate Cycle. By Anouar Hassoune

Vol. 4, No. 3 Oct-Dec 2002
  • Imperatives Of Financial Innovation For Islamic Banks. By Abdullah M Noman
  • Islamic Justification Of Derivative Instruments. By Ali Salehabadi & Mohammad Aram

Vol. 4, No. 4 Jan-Mar 2003
  • Accounting Regulatory Issues On Investments In Islamic Bonds. By Abdul Rahim Abdul Rahman
  • Causal Relationship Between Islamic And Conventional Banking Instruments In Malaysia. By Ahmad Kaleem & Mansor Md Isa

Vol. 5, No. 1 April-June 2003
  • Tribute (Kharaj) As A Tax On Land In Islam. By M. Zarra Nezhad
  • Islamic Finance: A Western Perspective – Revisited. By Mohammad Ziaul Hoque and Masudul Alam Choudhury

Vol. 5 No. 2 July-Sept 2003
  • Evolution Of Euro: Lessons For Muslim Countries. By Muhammad Anwar
  • Islamic Banking In Thailand: Prospects And Challenges. by Sudin Haron & KuMajdi Yamirudeng

Vol. 5 No. 3 Oct-Dec 2003
  • An Exploratory Study Of Ijarah Accounting Practices In Malaysian Financial Institutions. By Ros Aniza Mohd. Shariff and Abdul Rahim Abdul Rahman
  • Meeting the Financial Needs of Muslims: A Comprehensive Scheme. by ALM Abdul Gafoor

Vol. 5 No. 4 Jan-Mar 2004
  • Conventional Versus Islamic Finance: Student Knowledge And Perception In The United Arab Emirates. By Jorg Bley and Kermit Kuehn
  • A Proposed Introduction Of Islamic Banks In India. By Omar Khan

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