CENTRE FOR ISLAMIC ECONOMICS

CENTRE FOR ISLAMIC ECONOMICS

11th ICIEF Programme

11th ICIEF Programme




DAY ONE : 11th OCTOBER 2016 (TUESDAY)


Parallel Session 1:

Group 1

Time : 2.15 pm – 3.45 pm

Venue : Grand Ballroom

Chairperson : Dr. Mohd Mahyudi Mohd Yusop

History, Philosophy, Institutional Aspects And Critique Of Economics, Islamic Economics And Finance

No.

Title

Author

Co-Author

1

Reviving The Promise Of Islamic Economics

Asad Zaman

 

2

Islam And The Challenge Of Economic Development In The Muslim World: Review And Evaluation Of Secular Arguements

Abdelrahman Yousri Abdelrahman

 

3

Content Analysis On The Origins Of Islamic Economics: Contextualized Interpretation Of Two Bibliographies

Zeyneb Hafsa Orhan

 

 

GROUP 2

Time : 2.15 pm – 3.45 pm

Venue : Tun Sri Lanang 1

Chairperson : TBD

Theory, Practice and Policies of Islamic Economics and Muslim Countries

No.

Title

Author

Co-Author

1

Evaluating Efficiency Of Islamic And Conventional Micro Finance Institutions In India: Lessons To The Secular Non Muslim Majority Countries

Mk Ummer Farooque

 

2

Aid Effectiveness In OIC Member Countries

Davron Ishnazarov

 

3

A Panel Survival Analysis For Islamic Banks

Sirajo Aliyu

Rosylin Mohd Yusof

 

Group 3

Time: 2.15 pm – 3.45 pm

Venue: Tun Sri Lanang 2

Chairperson: Prof. Dr. Aahad M.Osman-Gani

Business Ethics, Management, Marketing And Accounting From An Islamic Perspectives

No.

Title

Author

Co-Author

1

Impacts Of Spiritual Intelligence Dimensions On Personal Values Of Islamic Bank Employees: An Empirical Investigation In Malaysia

Aahad Osman-Gani

Aftab Anwar; Zabeda A. Hamid

2

Marketing Effectiveness Of Islamic And Conventional Banks: Evidence From Malaysia

Syed Najibullah

Dr. Baharom Abdul Hamid; Dr. Muzafar Shah Habibullah

3

Stakeholder Salience For Corporate Social Performance  In Malaysian Islamic Banks - Managers Perspective

Hamidah Bani

Noraini Mohd Ariffin

 

Group 4

Time: 2.15 pm –  3.45 pm

Venue: Taming Sari 3

Chairperson: Dr. Hassanuddeen Abd Aziz

Islamic Corporate Finance And Economic Analysis Of Islamic Banking And Capital Markets

No.

Title

Author

Co-Author

1

Exploring The Potentials Of Diaspora Sukuk For Oic Member Countries

Abdou Diaw

 

2

From Screening To Compliance Strategies: The Case Of Islamic Stock Indices With Application On "Masi" In English

Kafou Ali

Chakir Ahmed

3

Effectiveness Of OfLtv/Ftv As Macroprudential Instrument Under Dual Banking System In Indonesia

Ascarya

Siti Rahmawati; Adiwarman A. Karim

4

Financial Crises and Global Economic Integration-Evidence from Select Shariah Indices

Saif Siddiqui

Safika Praveen Sheik

 

Group 5

Time: 2.15 pm –  3.45 pm

Venue: Sri Panglima 2

Chairperson: Assoc. Prof. Dr. Dzuljastri Abdul Razak

Zakah, Waqf And Islamic Microfinance And Their Socioeconomic Role In Development

No.

Title

Author

Co-Author

1

Challenges Of Micro Financing In Bangladesh: A Comparative Study Between Islami Bank Bangladesh Limited And Grameen Bank

Md. Ferdausur Rahman

Sayed Mohammad Asaduzzaman

2

Redefining The Islamic Nanofinance And Its Institutional Strengthening: Lesson Learned From Asian Countries

Khairunnisa Musari

 

3

Finding The Best Model For An Inclusive And Sustainable Financing: BaitulMaalWaTamwil( Islamic Micro-Cooperation) Or Islamic Crowdfunding? Case Study Of Indonesia

Muhammad Qareza Qualdi

Priyesta Rizkiningsih;

Atika Irawan

 

 

Parallel Session 2:

Group 1

Time: 4.00 pm – 5.30 pm

Venue: Taming Sri 3

Chairperson: TBD

Basic Needs, Poverty, Socially Responsible Investments And Socioeconomic Justice And Development

No.

Title

Author

Co-Author

1

Achieving Socio-Economic Justice And Human Development Through Islamic Non-Commercial Institutions: An Experience From Pakistan

Mehboob Ul Hassan

 

2

Underpinning The Benefit Of Green Banking: A Comparative Study Between Islamic And Conventional Banks In Bangladesh

Kashfia Sharmeen

Rashedul Hasan;

Mohammad Dulal Miah

3

Fiscal Policy Incidence and Poverty Reduction: Evidence From Tunisia

Ahmed Moummi

 

4

Is it Costly to Introduce SRI Criteria into Islamic Portfolios?

Erragragui Elias

 

 

Group 2

Time: 4.00 pm – 5.30 pm

Venue: Tun Sri Lanang 1

Chairperson: TBD

History, Philosophy, Institutional Aspects And Critique Of Economics, Islamic Economics And Finance

No.

Title

Main Author

Co-Author

1

Theology And Ethics In Adam Smith: A Case For Islamic Economics

Mohammed Wasim Naser

 

2

Rethinking The Structure Of Islamic Economics: The Economic Man Imperative

Mohd Mahyudi Mohd Yusop

 

3

Islamic Finance at Crossroads

Mabid Al-Jarhi

 

 

Group 3

Time: 4.00 pm – 5.30 pm

Venue:Tun Sri Lanang 2

Chairperson: Dr. Maya Puspa Rahman

Islamic Corporate Finance And Economic Analysis Of Islamic Banking And Capital Markets

No.

Title

Author

Co-Author

1

Islamic Calendar Anomalies On The Karachi Stock Exchange

Fatima Syed

Naimat U. Khan

2

Rethinking Corporate Finance: An Islamic Framework Of Sustainable Business Practices For Corporate Organization

Abdulgafar Olawale Fahm

 

3

The Determinant Factors Of Ipo Underpricing And Cumulative Abnormal Return: Evidence From Sharia-Compliant Companies Listed On The Malaysian Stock Exchange

Nashirah Binti Abu Bakar

Sofian Rosbi

 

DAY TWO : 12th OCTOBER 2016 (WEDNESDAY)

Parallel Session 3:

Group 1

Time: 9.00 am – 10.15 am

Venue: Grand Ballroom

Chairperson: Assoc. Prof. Dr. Mohd Nahar Mohd Arshad

History, Philosophy, Institutional Aspects And Critique Of Economics, Islamic Economics And Finance

No.

Title

Author

Co-Author

1

"Islamic Money", Aristotle And The Socio-Economics Of Islamic Finance

Valentino Cattelan

 

2

Consumption And Morality: Principles And Behavioral Framework In Islamic Economics

Hafas Furqani

 

3

An Enquiry In To The 'Rationality' Of Economic Rationality

Muhammed Refeque

Basim Gazali; Rashid Gazali

 

Group 2

Time: 9.00 am  – 10.15 am

Venue: Taming Sari 3

Chairperson: Dr Ibrahim Nuhu Tahir

Shariah In Economics And Finance (Arabic)

No.

Title

Author

Co-Author

1

Increasing Musharakah Model Using Repetitive Muwada And Participative Hedging

Walid Mansour

 

2

Governing Standards For Islamic Financial Engineering

Ashraf Dawaba

 

3

The Impact Of The Insurance Surplus Distribution On The Competitiveness Of Takaful Insurance Product Versus The Traditional

Ameur Oussama

 

 

Group 3

Time: 9.00 am  – 10.15 am

Venue: Tun Sri Lanang 1

Chairperson: Prof. Dr. Rosylin Mohd Yusof

Islamic Corporate Finance And Economic Analysis Of Islamic Banking And Capital Markets

No.

Title

Author

Co-Author

1

Bank Capital Adequacy And Liquidity Risk Management : Conventional Vs Islamic Bank

Fedi Kalai

Jean-Baptiste Desquilbet

2

Operational Constraint Of Islamic Equity Funds For Budget Deficit Financing

Ibrahim Onour

 

3

Efficiency Of Islamic Commercial Banks In Indonesia 2011-2014 Case Study Using Two Development Stage Analysis

Alan Ray Farandy

Demas Asfario Suwito; Lila Kondi Dabutar

 

Group 4

Time: 9.00 am – 10.15 am

Venue:Tun Sri Lanang 2

Chairperson: Assoc. Prof. Dr. Salina H. Kassim

Business Ethics, Management, Marketing And Accounting From An Islamic Perspectives

No.

Title

Author

Co-Author

1

Moral Firms And Distributive Justice In An Islamic Framework

Toseef Azid

Osamah  Hussain Al Rawashdeh

2

Analysis Of Trend And Ratio Comparison Of Islamicity Performance At MandiriSyariah, Muamalat Indonesia, BRI Syariah And BNI Syariah Banks Of 2011-2014

Dina Fitrisia Septiarini

Dian Fillianti

3

Muslim Immigrant Entrepreneurs In Small Retail Sector: Their Business Success And Business Prospects In Malaysia

Moha Asri Abdullah

Mohamed Asmy Mohd Thas Thaker

 

Group 5

Time: 9.00 am – 10.15 am

Venue: Sri Panglima 2

Evaluating 40 years of ICIEF

This session will evaluate the research output presented throughout the 10 conferences since 1976. The session will be led by the pioneer institution involved in the conference series such as KAU, IRTI, IAIE, IIUM, IIUI and Durham. Other institutional presenters are invited to join the session.

 


Parallel Session 4:

Group 1

Time: 10.30 am – 11.45 am

Venue: Grand Ballroom

Chairperson: Prof. Dr. Syed Abdul hamid Al-Junid

Islamic Corporate Finance And Economic Analysis Of Islamic Banking And Capital Markets

No.

Title

Author

Co-Author

1

The Determinants Of Performance In Islamic Banks And Conventional Banks: Comparative Study

Mouna Moualhi

 

2

The Dynamic Correlation Between Deposit Rates Of Conventional Banking And Profit Share Rates Of Participation Banking: Case Study From Turkey

Husnu Tekin

BurakSencer Atasoy; Hasan Murat Ertugrul

3

Removing Fallacy Regarding Use Of Conventional Benchmark In Islamic Banking And Finance

Muhammad Shujaat Saleem

Muhammad Faisal Majid; Abdul Ghaffar

 

Group 2

Time: 10.30 am – 11.45 am

Venue: Taming Sari 3

Chairperson: Prof Asad Zaman

History, Philosophy, Institutional Aspects And Critique Of Economics, Islamic Economics And Finance

No.

Title

Author

Co-Author

1

Modern Economics And Islamic Alternative: Disciplinary Evolution And Current Crisis

Mujeeb Hussain Gattoo

Muneeb Hussain Gattoo

2

Media Independence And Corruption As A Business Operation Problem In Islamic Countries

Charilaos Mertzanis

 

3

Customer Relationship Management Analysis: The Factors Enhanching Customer Loyalty In Indonesia Islamic Bank

Tika Kartika

Achmad Firdaus; Mukhammad Najib

 

Group 3

Time: 10.30 am – 11.45 am

Venue:Tun Sri Lanang 1

Chairperson: Assoc. Prof. Dr. Gairuzazmi M. Ghani

Risk Management, CSR and Regulatory / Legislative Framework For Islamic Financial Institutions And Markets

No.

Title

Author

Co-Author

1

Risk Management Practices In Islamic Banks: A Comparative Study Between Nigeria And Malaysia

Aliyu Dahiru Muhammad

 

2

Concentration, Competition And Efficiency Of Malaysian Banking

Rossazana Ab-Rahim

Farhana Ismail; Noor-Shazreen Mortadza

3

Measuring The Islamicity Of Islamic Bank In Indonesia And Other Countries Based On Shari'ah Objectives

Ascarya

Siti Rahmawati; Raditya Sukmana

 

Group 4

Time: 10.30 am – 11.45 am

Venue:Tun Sri Lanang 2

Chairperson: Assoc. Prof. Dr. Sharifah Raihan Syed Mohd. Zain

The Shari’ah And Economics & Finance

No.

Title

Author

Co-Author

1

Islamic Life Insurance Efficiency And Performance: Evidence From Indonesia

Irman Firmansyah

Abrista Devi

2

Integrating The Moderating Effect Of Individuals' Risk Preference Into Takaful Acceptance Model: Evidence From A Frontier Market

Abdulsalam Mas'ud

 

3

Is Ownership Structure Priced On The Islamic Rural Bank's Efficiency: Lessons Learned From Indonesia

Wahyu Jatmiko

 

 

Group 5

Time: 10.30 am – 11.45 am

Venue: Sri Panglima 2

Chairperson: Prof. Dr. Norma Md. Saad

Zakah, Waqf And Islamic Microfinance And Their Socioeconomic Role In Development

No.

Title

Author

Co-Author

1

The Potential Of Cash Waqf As An Infrastructure Funding Option And Its Implication Towards National Macroeconomy

Kurniagung Nur Cahyono

Pyan A. Muchtar; Ardanu B. Wicaksono

2

Affordable Islamic Home Financing In Malaysia: A Potential Synergistic Venture Between Financial Cooperatives And Cash Waqf Institutions

Mohd Zaidi MdZabri

Dzuljastri Abdul Razak; Mustafa Omar Mohammed

3

Comparative Analysis Of Contemporary Foundation (Awqaf) Universities In Turkey

Muammer Koc

Ibrahim Ari

 

 

Parallel Session 5:

Group 1

Time: 2.15 pm  – 3.45 pm

Venue: Grand Ballroom

Chairperson: Dr. Salman Syed Ali

Islamic Corporate Finance And Economic Analysis Of Islamic Banking And Capital Markets

No.

Title

Author

Co-Author

1

Determinant Of Non Performing Financing In Islamic Banks In Indonesia

Sendy Watazawwadu'ilmi

Dina Haryati

2

The Relationship Between Returns And Volatility In Etfs Traded In Borsa Istanbul? Is There Any Difference Islamic And Conventional ETFs

M. Kabir Hassan

Selim Kayhan; Tayfur Bayat

3

Investing In Islamic Stocks: A Wiser Way To Achieve The Genuine Interest-Free Finance

Mehmet Sarac

Salih Lev

 

Group 2

Time: 2.15 pm  – 3.45 pm

Venue:Tun Sri Lanang 1

Chairperson: Prof. Dr. Saadiah Mohamad

History, Philosophy, Institutional Aspects And Critique Of Economics, Islamic Economics And Finance

No.

Title

Author

Co-Author

1

Case Study Of Shari'ah Governance Practices For Islamic Banking Institution In Malaysia

Nurulhuda Abd Rahman

Professor Dr Norazam Mastuki;Nawal Kasim; Muhamad Rahimi Osman

2

The Market Institute And The State In Islamic Economics: From Past To Present And Future

Assoc. Prof. Dr. Arif Sersoy

 

3

The Political Economy Of The OIC Member Countries: A Survey Of Data On Potentials And Current Conditions

Amin Mohseni-Cheraghlou

 

 

Group 3

Time: 2.15 pm  – 3.45 pm

Venue: Sri Panglima 2

Chairperson: Assoc. Prof. Dr. Oziev Gapur

Shariah In Economics And Finance (Arabic)

No.

Title

Author

Co-Author

1

Evaluate The Role Of The Palestinian Islamic Banks In Financing The Investment Projectsand Economic Development 2010-2014

Azmi Wasfi Awad

 

2

Clearing Debt In Islamic Jurisprudence And The Most Important Contemporary Applications Between Banks

Arif Ali Arif

Aznan Hasan - Khaled Dershwi

3

Dimensions Of Economic Decision And The Effect Of Islamic Sharia

Ibrahim Adeeb Ibrahim

 

4

Difference Of Contemporary Fiqh Academic Resolutions On Zakat Fund Investment Is A Diversity Difference Or Antagonism Difference.

Eiman Ahmed Khaleel

 

 

Group 4

Time: 2.15 pm  – 3.45 pm

Venue: Taming Sari 3

Chairperson: Prof. Dr. Moha Asri Bin Abdullah

Zakah, Waqf And Islamic Microfinance And Their Socioeconomic Role In Development

No.

Title

Author

Co-Author

1

Potentials Of Using Awqaf Funds In Muslim Socities In Stimulating Economic Growth: An Analysis In The Context Of Bangladesh

Abu Umar Faruq Ahmad

Muhammad Fazlul Karim

2

Toward Developing A Model Of Stakeholder Trust In Waqf Institutions

Rashedul Hasan

Siti Alawiah Siraj

3

Waqf-Based Social Micro Venture Fund:  A Proposal For The Malay-Muslim Community In Singapore

Norliana Mohammad Hamber

 

4

Protection of Waqf Properties in Asymmetric Information Problem between Waqif and Mutawalli by Contract Theory

Mahdi Toghyani

 

 

Group 5

Time: 2.15 pm  – 3.45 pm

Venue:Tun Sri Lanang 1

Chairperson: TBD

Risk Management, CsrAnd Regulatory / Legislative Framework For Islamic Financial Institutions And Markets

No.

Title

Author

Co-Author

1

Measuring Shariah Risk – New Risk Rating Model for Islamic Banks (Branded As “A&A Shariah Risk Rating Model” Asar Model)

Muhammad Adeel Ashraf

 

2

The Impacts of Governance and Institution on Financial Inclusion: Evidence from Muslim and Developing Economies

Muhamed Zulkhibri

 

3

Islamic Insurance (Takaful): Underwriting Surplus (Deficit) of Tabarru’ Fund in Indonesia

Laila Masruro Pimada

 

 


Parallel Session 6:

Group 1

Time: 4.00 pm – 5.30 pm

Venue: Grand Ballroom

Chairperson: Prof. Sayyid Tahir

Theory, Practice And Policies Of Islamic Economics And Muslim Countries

No.

Title

Author

Co-Author

1

Islamic Banking And Finance Before The Emergence Of Modern Islamic Banks: An Investigation Into The Hiatory

Abdul Azim Islahi

 

2

Design Of Islamic Financial Certificates For Housing Development In Algeria

Imene Tabet

Monzer Kahf

3

Islamic Finance Crossing Forty Years' Mile Stone-Some Thoughts For The Way Forward For MaqasidRealisation

Muhammad Ayub

 

 

Group 2

Time: 4.00 pm  – 5.30 pm

Venue: Tun Sri Lanang 1

Chairperson: Prof. Dr. Nazli Anum Mohd. Ghazali

Risk Management, CSR And Regulatory / Legislative Framework For Islamic Financial Institutions And Markets

No.

Title

Author

Co-Author

1

Understanding Islamic Based Financial Reporting Standardisation Projects: Institutional Logics Perspective On The Malaysian Case

Ahmad Abras

Murniati Mukhlisin

2

Governance Mechanisms And Disclosure Among Malaysian Islamic Banks

Asri B. Marsidi

Hairul Azlan B. Annuar; Abdul Rahim B. Abdul Rahman

3

The Impact Of Risk, Competition And Human Capital On Bank Performance: Islamic Vs. Conventional Banks Around The World

Tanveer Ahsan

Muhammad Azeem Qureshi

4

Corporate Social Responsibility of Islamic Banks in Malaysia: Arising Issues

Wan Noor Hazlina Wan Jusoh

 

 

Group 3

Time: 4.00 pm – 5.30 pm

Venue: Taming Sari 3

Chairperson: Dr Mohamed Asmy Bin Mohd Thas Thaker

Zakah, Waqf And Islamic Microfinance And Their Socioeconomic Role In Development

No.

Title

Author

Co-Author

1

Development Of Waqf In Indonesia: The Swot Analysis Of Indonesia Waqf Board

Qurroh Ayuniyyah

Mohamed Aslam Mohamed Haneef; NazrolKamil Bin MustaffaKamil

2

Maqasid Based Approach On The Role Of Muslim Public Funds In Sustaining Islamic Microfinance: A Case Study Of Tabung Masjid In Selangor, Malaysia

Luqman Zakariyah

Ahmad Basri Bn Ibrahim; Nurhidayat Bint Md Nor; Suhaimi Bn Mhd Sarif; Azman Mohd Noor

3

Islamic Micro-Finance And Sustainable Development: Needs Leading To Capabilities

Abubakar Sadiq Usman

Rosmaini Tasmin; Zatul Karama A.B.U.

 

Group 4

Time: 4.00 pm – 5.30 pm

Venue: Tun Sri Lanang 2

Chairperson: Dr. Zaharuddin Abdul Rahman

The Shari’ah And Economics & Finance

No.

Title

Author

Co-Author

1

Foreign Currency Transactions - An Analysis Of The Shariah Requirements

Mohd Nasiruddin Bin Mohd Kamaruddin

 

2

Possession (Qabd) In Contemporary Financial Transactions: A Shari'ah Perspective Analysis

Md. Habibur Rahman

Muhammad Amanullah

3

Conceptualising A Unified Normative Framework of Social Responsibility in Islamic Economics

Mohd Nizam Barom

 

 

Group 5

Time: 4.00 pm – 5.30 pm

Venue: Sri Panglima 2

Measuring Poverty and Development

This session discusses a very important component of sustainable development, ie. Measurement of poverty and development. Various indices have been developed over the decades moving away from purely economic indicators to those that incorporate other dimensions. This session will discuss the various approaches and indicators and attempt to put forward a comprehensive indicator that is based on the higher objective of the shari’ah. Leading the discussion will be research group from IRTI, Oxford Poverty & Human Development Initiative (OPHI) and IIUM.

 

DAY THREE : 13th OCTOBER 2016 (THURSDAY)

 

Parallel Session 7:

Group 1

Time: 9.00 am – 10.30 am

Venue: Grand Ballroom

Chairperson: Prof. Dr. Ruzita Bt Mohd Amin

Theory, Practice And Policies Of Islamic Economics And Muslim Countries

No.

Title

Author

Co-Author

1

Theoretical Model of Islamic Macroeconomy

Dumairy Dasuri

 

2

The Informal Economy: A Neglected Area in Islamic Economics

Nazurah Andul Malek

Mohd Nahar Mohd Arshad

3

Disentangling Horizontal and Vertical Syariah Compliant Stocks

A.K.M. Azhar, M. Kabir Hassan

Yap Heck Wei

 

Group 2

Time: 9.00 am – 10.30 am

Venue:Tun Sri Lanang 2

Chairperson: Assoc. Prof. Dr. Mohd Eskandar Shah Mohd Rasid

Risk Management, CSR And Regulatory / Legislative Framework For Islamic Financial Institutions And Markets

No.

Title

Author

Co-Author

1

Strengthening Financial Safety Nets In Islamic Banking: A Proposed Waqf-Based Shariah-Compliant Deposit Insurance Scheme

Madaa Munjid Mustafa

Syed Faiq Najeeb

2

Board Of Directors, Shariah Supervisory Board And Risk-Taking Behavior Of Islamic Banks In Southeast Asia

Faaza Fakhrunnas

Zulkufly Ramly

3

Challenges Of Risk Management For Islamic Financial Institutions: An Analysis Of Shari'ah-Compliant Derivatives, Isda/IifmTahawwut (Hedging) Master Agreement And Liquidity Risk

Muhammad Ashfaq

 

 

Group 3

Time: 9.00 am – 10.30 am

Venue:Tun Sri Lanang 1

Chairperson: Dr. Ahmad Zamri Osman

Zakah, Waqf And Islamic Microfinance And Their Socioeconomic Role In Development

No.

Title

Author

Co-Author

1

Transformation Of Idle Waqf Properties Into Income Generating Properties For Socio Economic Development    {Successful Casees Worth Attention}

Magda Isamil Abdel Mohsin

 

2

The Negative Effects Of Mismanagement Of Zakat On The Achievement Of Its Objectives

Ibrahim Nuhu Tahir

 

3

An Exploratory Study in Zakah

Sayyid Tahir

 

 

 

 

Parallel Session 8:

Group 1

Time: 10.45 am – 12.45 pm

Venue: Grand Ballroom

Chairperson: Dr. Adewale Abideen Adeyemi

Theme: Basic Needs, Poverty, Socially Responsible Investments And Socioeconomic Justice And Development

No.

Title

Author

Co-Author

1

Social Responsibilities Of Islamic Banks - Case Study Of Bank Islam Malaysia Bhd& Bank Muamalat Malaysia Bhd

Muhammad Adli Musa

 

2

Enhancing Islamic Finance Development Through Socially Responsible Investment (Sri) Sukuk : Social Impact Sukuk

Saadiah Mohamad

Othmar Lehner ; Jaizah Othman

3

Wellbeing And Globalization In The Muslim World: Islamic Perspectives And Empirical Evidence

Muhammad Tariq Majeed

 

4

The Role of Waqf for Mitigating Adaptation Barriers of Malaysian Rice Farmers

Rafia Afroz

Puteri Farhana Fauzi, Haniza Khalid

 

Group 2

Time: 10.45 am – 12.45 pm

Venue: Tun Sri Lanang 1

Chairperson: Prof. Dr. Ataul Huq Pramanik

Theory, Practice And Policies Of Islamic Economics And Muslim Countries

No.

Title

Author

Co-Author

1

Impact Analysis of Global Financial Crisis on the Credit Risk Performance Nexus: Evidence from Islamic Banks in Pakistan

Azam Ali

Noraini Mohd. Ariffin ; Salina Bt. Kassim

2

A Comparison Between The Islamic Home Financing Alternatives in Palestine

Mousa A. M. Ajouz and

Nor Azizan Che Embi

3

Institutional Values Needed for Transformative Socio-Economic Development in the Muslim World

Necati Aydin

 

4

Economic Engagement of Refugees: A Theoretical and Empirical Appraisal

Omar Kachkar

 

Group 3

Time: 10.45 am – 12.45 pm

Venue:Tun Sri Lanang 2

Chairperson: Assoc. Prof. Dr. NurdianawatiIrwani Abdullah

The Shari’ah And Economics & Finance

No.

Title

Author

Co-Author

1

Shari'ah And Sri Portfolio Performance In The UK: Effect Of Oil Price Decline

Nur Dhani Hendranastiti

Mehmet Asutay


An Investigation of Gambling Elements in Tawarruq Based Profit Rate Swap and Options

Zaharuddin Abdulrahman

 

2

Securitisation In Islamic Finance - Challenges And Opportunities As Sharia-Compliant Financing Instrument Of The Future

Siti Hawa Yusof

 

3

Ethical Banking and Islamic Banking : A Comparison of Triodos Bank and Islami Bank Bangladesh Limited

Tariqullah Khan

Amiirah Bint Raffick Nabee Mohomed

4

High Performance Work Systems and Organizational Performance: A Case of Islamic Versus Conventional Banks in Pakistan

Muhammad Siddique