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ISLAMIC ECONOMIC STUDIES

Aims and Scope

The Islamic Economic Studies Journal aims to publish research contributing to the development of theory, practice, and policy making in Islamic Economics and Finance. It therefore intends to create an interface between academic research and its practical application. The journal welcomes theoretical; technical; and applied articles that draw on all areas of Islamic Economics and Finance.

The IES Journal covers areas that include but not limited to:

Theory of Islamic Economics and Finance; Consumption; Production; Education; Zakah; Waqf; Poverty; Political Economy; Public Finance; Monetary Economics; History of Economic Thought and Economic History; Economic Development; Maqasid al-Shariah; Institutional Economics; Game Theory; Behavioral Economics and Finance; Islamic Finance; Islamic Banking; Corporate Governance; Risk Management; Shariah issues; Financial Products; Financial Engineering; Securitization and Sukuk; Islamic Capital Markets; Insurance and Takaful; Regulatory Issues; Corporate Social Responsibility; Legal, Fiqh, and Regulatory issues; Smart Economy; Smart Finance and the related issues.

Peer Review

The IES Journal operates a double-blind peer review model. All articles undergo an initial assessment by the journal editor. If they are considered suitable for peer review, articles will then be a reviewed by two external reviewers to assess the suitability for publication. Final responsibility for editorial decisions rest with the Journal editor.

Open Access

All articles published in the IES Journal are published Open Access under a CC BY 4.0 license (more information is available here).

Publishing Services Partnership

The Islamic Economic Studies Journal is published by Emerald Group Publishing on behalf of the Islamic Research and Training Institute (IRTI), a member of the Islamic Development Bank Group (IsDB). The Journal is published under a platinum OA arrangement, in that all charges for publishing an OA article in the Journal are funded by the Islamic Research and Training Institute (IRTI). There is no charge to the author. Submission of a paper will be held to imply that it contains original unpublished work and is not being submitted for publication elsewhere. The IES Style Guidelines, the Manuscript Submission Guidelines, Ethical Guidelines, and Editorial Policy, are available under the tab ‘Journal Policies’.

EDITORIAL TEAM

  • Editor In-Chief
    Salman Syed Ali
    Islamic Research and Training Institute (IRTI), Saudi Arabia
    E-mail: SSyedAli@isdb.org
  • Editor
    Turkhan Ali Abdul Manap
    Islamic Research and Training Institute (IRTI), Saudi Arabia
    E-mail: Turkhanali@isdb.org

EDITORIAL ADVISORY BOARD

  • Sami Al-Suwailem
    Islamic Research and Training Institute (IRTI), Saudi Arabia
    E-mail: Sami@isdb.org
  • Habib Ahmed
    Durham University Business School, Durham University, UK
    E-mail: habib.ahmed@durham.ac.uk
  • Mohammad Kabir Hassan
    Department of Economics and Finance, University of New Orleans, USA
    E-mail: mhassan@uno.edu
  • Mansor H. Ibrahim
    International Center for Education in Islamic Finance (INCEIF), Malaysia
    E-mail: mansorhi@inceif.org
  • Mervyn Lewis
    University of South Australia Business School, Australia
    E-mail: Mervyn.Lewis@unisa.edu.au
  • Philip Molyneux
    College of Business Administration, University of Sharjah, UAE
    E-mail: pmolyneux@sharjah.ac.ae
  • Volker Nienhaus
    University of Marburg (Retired), Germany
    E-mail: volker.nienhaus@gmx.net
  • Sayyid Tahir
    International Institute of Islamic Economics, International Islamic University Islamabad, Pakistan
    E-mail: sayyid.tahir@iiu.edu.pk
  • Salman Syed Ali
    Islamic Research and Training Institute (IRTI), Saudi Arabia
    E-mail: SSyedAli@isdb.org
  • Turkhan Ali Abdul Manap
    Islamic Research and Training Institute (IRTI), Saudi Arabia
    E-mail: Turkhanali@isdb.org