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Rabu, 07 Maret 2012

Daftar Judul Paper Jurnal (Part)


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1 Pricing Asset Backed Islamic Financial Instruments
2 Determinants of Islamic Bank Profitability
3 Towards Developing a Successfull Islamic Financial System
4 Profitability Determinants of Islamic Bank, A Cointegration Approach
5 Measuring Customer Service Quality in Islamic Banks
6 Determinants of Islamic and Conventional Deposits in the Malaysian Banking System
7 Marketing Strategy of Islamic Banks
8 The Changing Face of Islamic Banking
9 Creating an Effective and Efficient Regulatory Framework for the Islamic Capital Market
10 Riba and Islamic Banking
11 Sharia Compliant Project Finance, An Overview
12 Corporate Governance in Institutions Offering Islamic Financial Services
13 Challenges Facing Islamic Financial Industry
14 Commodity Murabahah Program, An Innovative Approach to Liquidity Management 
15 Islamic Instruments for Managing Liquidity
16 Derivative Instruments and Islamic Finance
17 Islamic Financa, A Western Perspective
18 Futures, Options and Swaps
19 Towards A Lariba Mortgage Financing in the US
20 The Application of Bay Inah dan Bay Dayn in Malaysian Islamic Bonds
21 Islamic Business Contract, Agency Problem, Theory of The Islamic Firm
22 Financial Modernization in 21 Century and Challenge for Islamic Banking
23 The Performance of Malaysian Islamic Bank During 1984-1997
24 Islamic Banking in Bangladesh, Performance, Problems and Prospects
25 Global Need for A New Economic Concept, Islamic Economics
26 Islamic Banking in Bangladesh, A Case Study of IBBL
27 The Effect of Conventional Interest and Rate of Profit on Funds Deposite with Islamic Banking System
28 Economic Rationale for the State Collection of Zakah
29 Modeling Monetary Stability Under Dual Banking System in Malaysia
30 Regulation of Islamic Banking in Bangladesh
31 Lack of PLS in Islamic Banking, Management and Control Imbalances
32 The Western Philosophical Assumptions Underlying Conventional Accounting
33 The Offshore Services Industry in the Carribean
34 The Role of Khiyar Ayb in Bay Bithaman Ajil Financing
35 A Study on Islamic Banking Education
36 Sources of Law Affecting Takaful
37 Banking Regulations and Islamic Banks in India
38 The Islamic Bonds Market, Possibilities and Challenges
39 Takaful Premium, A Suggested Regulatory Framework
40 Adopting and Measuring Costumer Serqual in Islamic Banks in Kuwait Finance House
41 Beneficiaries in Family Takaful in the Global Context
42 PLS Ratio, A Holistic Approach to Corporate Finance
43 Ethics and Efficiency in Islamic Stock Markets
44 The Role of Rate of Return on Loans in the Islamic Banking System of Iran
45 Financial Contracting in Currency Markets, An Islamic Evaluation
46 Perceptions of Malaysian Corporate Customers towards Islamic Banking Products & Services
47 Islamic Risk Management, Towards Greater Ethics and Efficiency
48 The Multi Dimensionality of Carter Model to Measure Customer Serqual in Islamic Banking Industry
49 Legal Capacity to Contract of Takaful
50 Islamic Antecedents for Financial Accountability
51 Modeling An Exit Strategy for Islamic Venture Capital Finance
52 Islamic Banks Profitability in an Interest Rate Cycle
53 Imperatives of Financial Innovation for Islamic Banks
54 Islamic Justification of Derivative Instruments
55 Accounting Regulatory Issues on Investments in Islamic Bonds
56 Causal Relationship between Islamic and Conventional Banking Instruments in Malaysia
57 Islamic Finance, A Western Perspective - Revisited
58 Tribute (Kharaj) as a Tax on Land in Islam
59 Evolution of EURO, Lessons for Muslim Countries
60 Islamic Banking in Thailand, Prospects and Challenges
61 An Exploratory Study of Ijarah Accounting Practices in Malaysia Financial Institutions
62 Conventional versus Islamic Finance, Student Knowledge and Perception
63 A Proposed Introduction of Islamic Banks in India
64 Basel II and Regulatory Framework for Islamic Banks
65 The Role of Islamic Bank in the Development of Small Entrepreneurs
66 Islamic Financial Systems
67 Islamic Finance, Current Legal and Regulatory Issues
68 Islamic Banking in Bangladesh, Achievements & Challenges
69 The Nature of Riba in Islam
70 What is the Scope of Islamic Economics and Finance
71 Practice of Mudaraba and Musharaka in Islamic Banking
72 MDGs, A Review of Bangladesh Achievements
73 Islamic Finance Gears Up
74 Present Scenario and Future Potentials of Takaful
75 CAMELs Rating System in the Contex of Islamic Banking, A Proposed for Sharia Framework
76 Should Bangladesh Sign a Bilateral FTA with Pakistan
77 Islamic Finance and Globalization, A Convergence
78 Islamic Finance in Europe
79 Islamic Banks from A Global Perspective
80 Resolving Controversial Issues and Setting Goals for Islamic Insurance
81 Banking Behavior of Islamic Bank Customers in Bangladesh
82 Optimal Sharing Contracts
83 Islamic Banking in Brunei and the Future Role of CIBFM
84 The Attitude of Bank Customers and Professional Bankers towards Islamic and Conventional Banks
85 Financial Distress and Bank Failure, Relevance for Islamic Banks
86 Islamic Banking and Finance, Philosophical Underpinnings
87 Option Contracts and the Principles of Sale of Rights in Shariah
88 The Case Against Interest, Is It Compelling
89 Legal Aspects of Islamic Project Finance and Asset Securitization in Indonesia
90 Islamic Bonds, Indonesian Experience
91 Equity Fund Islamic Screening, Effects on Its Financial Performance
92 Success Factors of Islamic Banks, An Empirical Study
93 Unresolved Issues in Islamic Bank and Finance, Deposit Mobilization
94 Legal Aspects of Islamic Banking, Malaysia Experience
95 Gold Dinar in International Trade, Strategic Positioning in Indonesia Monetary System
96 Penilaian Pengguna Jasa Bank terhadap Perbankan Syariah
97 Analisis Pengaruh Variabel Makroekonomi terhadap Return Indeks Harga Saham di BEJ
98 The Relationship Among Inflation, Money and Output in the Indonesian Economy
99 Economy of Hajj, The Neglected Fortune
100 The Responsibility and Independence of Shariah Supervisory Boards of the Indonesian Islamic Banks
101 Performance Evaluation of Islamic Commercial Banks in Indonesia after the Financial Crisis
102 Analisis Efisiensi Perbankan Syariah di Indonesia dengan DEA
103 Shariah Compliance of Murabahah Pricing Model, The Case of Islamic Bank in Indonesia
104 Perbandingan Ketepatan Klasifikasi Model Prediksi Kepailitan Berbasis Akrual dan Kas
105 Analisis Strategi Promosi KPR sistem Konvensional dan Syariah, Kasus BTN Syariah Solo
106 Why the Rate of Financing in Islamic Banks is High? An Analysis Based on Malaysia Case
107 CSR and Islamic Business Organizations, A Proposed Model
108 Comparing Conventional Bank Credit vs Shariah Bank Musharakah, Experimental Economic Approach
109 Pemetaan Potensi Perbankan Syariah di Indonesia dan Strategi Pengembangannya
110 Does Islamic Banking Contribute to Economic Development? Evidence from Malaysia
111 Measuring the Competitiveness of Islamic Banking in Indonesian Dual Banking System
112 Determinants of Banking Credit Default in Indonesia, A Comparative Analysis
113 Analisis Kinerja Keuangan dengan Menggunakan Rasio-Rasio Keuangan dan Economic Value Added
114 Analisis Pengaruh Pendistribusian ZIS terhadap Indikator Kemiskinan dan Pendapatan Mustahiq
115 Peran Perbankan Syariah dalam Mendukung Perkembangan Sektor Riil di Indonesia
116 Analisis Efisiensi UUS Bank Syariah di Indonesia dengan DEA dan SFA
117 Efektifitas Biaya Promosi dan Biaya Diklat terhadap Penghimpunan DPK di Bank Syariah
118 Analysis on Cash Waqf Return Fund Allocation in Indonesia
119 The Effect of Firm Characteristic on Intellectual Capital Disclosure in Islamic Banking
120 The Role of Islamic Rural Bank in Financing the SMEs, Customer Perspective Analysis
121 Analisis Efisiensi Organisasi Pengelola Zakat Nasional dengan Pendekatan DEA
122 Positioning Analysis of Islamic Bank vis a vis Conventional Bank in Indonesia
123 Pengaruh Komunikasi Pemasaran terhadap Loyalitas Nasabah
124 Analisis Konsumen Berpindah Merek (Brand Switcher) pada Bank Syariah dan Bank Konvensional
125 Menggagas Laporan Keuangan Syariah berbasis Trilogi Maisyah-Rizq-Maal
126 Hubungan antara Pertumbuhan Ekonomi dan Perkembangan Industri Keuangan Syariah di Indonesia 
127 Analisis Opini Auditor sebagai Sinyal Kepailitan Perusahaan
128 Perilaku Menabung Ibu Rumah Tangga Keluarga Miskin peserta Program Ikhtiar LKMS Berbasis Kelompok
129 Theory of Fiscal Policy in Islamic State
130 Theory of Profit, The Islamic Viewpoint
131 Macro Consumption Function in Islamic Framework
132 Islamic Jurisprudence and Environmental Planning
133 A Macro Model of Distribution in Islamic Economy
134 Islamic vis a vis Traditional Banking, A Fuzzy Set Approach
135 The Role of Stock Exchange in Islamic Economy
136 Towards an Islamic Macro Model of Distribution
137 Towards a Definition of Islamic Economics
138 Interest Free Banking
139 Indexation, An Islamic Evaluation
140 Ibnu Taimiyah Concept of Market Mechanism
141 Islamic Economics, A Note on Methodology
142 Towards an Interest Free Islamic Economics System
143 The Financial System and Monetary Policy in an Islamic Economy
144 Tax Farming and Resource Allocation in Past Islamic Societies
145 Role of Booty in the Economy during the Prophets Time
146 Towards Abolishing the Rate of Interest in Contemporary Islamic Societies
147 Factors of Production and Market in Islamic Framework
148 The Humanomic Structure of Islamic Economic Theory
149 Mudarabah in Non-Trade Operations
150 A Quranic Model for a Universal Economic Theory
151 An Agenda for Muslim Economist, A Historical Inductive Approach
152 Access to Finance and Collaterals, Islamic versus Western Banking
153 An Historical Approach to Islamic Pricing Policy
154 Debt and Equity in a Primary Financial Market
155 Impact of Islamic Mode of Finance on Monetary Expansion
156 Equilibrium in a Non-Interest Open Economy
157 Central Bank in an Interest Free Banking System
158 Monetary Management in an Islamic Economy
159 Performance and Risk Analysis of the Islamic Banks in Bahrain
160 The Stock Exchange from an Islamic Perspective
161 Conventional Growth Policy and the Forgotten Potential Resource
162 Price Control in Islamic Economics
163 Venture Capital, A Potential Model of Musharakah
164 A Comparative Study of Islamic Banking Practices
165 Financial Options in Islamic Contracts, Potential Tools for Risk Management
166 Place for an Expenditure Tax in the Islamic Fiscal System
167 Modeling Monetary Control in an Interest Free Economy
168 Regulation in the Islamic Political Economy
169 A Suggested Methodology for the Political Economy of Islam
170 Speculative Activities, Efficiency and Normative Stock Exchange
171 Towards an Islamic Model of Stock Market
172 Reciprocal Loans
173 Sharia Compatible Futures
174 The Binding Unilateral Promise in Islamic Banking Operation
175 Islamization of Economics, The Concept and Methodology
176 Guaranteeing Investment Deposit in Islamic Banking System
177 The Permissible Gharar in Classical Islamic Jurisprudence
178 An Early Warning System for Islamic Banking Performance
179 Collateral as Practiced by Muslim Funds of North India
180 Are All Forms of Interest Prohibited
181 Zakah on Stocks, Some Unsettled Issues
182 Zakah, Is It Impossible on Income or on Capital
183 Towards Self Enforcing Islamic Tax System, An Alternative to Current
184 Islamic Economics and the Environment
185 Origin and Development of Commercial and Islamic Banking Operation
186 Treatment of Consumption in Islamic Economics, An Appraisal
187 Towards a New Paradigm for Economics
188 Sustainable Development from an Islamic Perspective
189 Must Money be Limited to Only Gold and Silver
190 Sharia Analysis of Issues in Islamic Leasing
191 A Comparative Study of Zakah and Modern Taxation
192 Speculation between Proponents and Opponents
193 A Survey on the Objective of the Firm and Models of Producer Behaviour
194 Stock Market Volatility Transmission in Malaysia
195 Labor as a Source of Value and Capital Formation, Ibnu Khaldun View
196 Ensuring Exchange Rate Stability, Is Returning to Gold Possible
197 Islamic Marketing Ethics and Its Impact on Customer Satisfaction in Islamic Banking Industry
198 A Critique of Ibn Khaldun Casualty Concept
199 The Myth of Bryson and Economic Thought in Islam
200 Determination of PLS Ratio in Interest Free Business Finance
201 Profit Maximization, Secular vs Islamic
202 Economic Development in Islamic Perspective, Concept and Objectives
203 Maximization Postulates and Their Efficiency for Islamic Economics
204 Mudaraba as a Mode of Finance in Islamic Banking
205 Measuring Efficiency of Islamic Banks
206 Financial Intermediation in Muslim Community
207 Islamic Banking at The Crossroad, Theory vs Practice
208 Islamic Economic Revolution of the Century
209 Monetary Policy in Islamic Economic
210 Muslim Population Shares and Global Development
211 Credit Creation and Control, An Unresolved Issue in Islamic Banking
212 Optimal Fiscal and Monetary Policy under Sectoral Heterogeneity
213 Theory of Profit from Islamic Perspective
214 Microfinance in Nigeria
215 Role of Islamic Banks in Economic Development
216 Profit and Loss Sharing
217 Islamic Economics, The Emergence of a New Paradigm
218 The Framework and Concept of Islamic Interest Free Banking
219 The Effect of Management Policy on the Performance of Islamic Banking
220 The Influance of Islam on Bank Financial Reporting
221 Economic Consequences of Applying Islamic Principles in Muslim Society
222 Adapting Mudaraba Financing to Contemporary Realities
223 Islamic and Neo Confusian Perspective on the New Traditional Economy
224 A Brief Note on the Islamic Financial System
225 Religious Texts, The Case of Interest
226 Islamic Banks and Investment Financing
227 Religion Still Matters
228 An Epistemological Approach to Evaluating a Financial Index of Profitability
229 Property Rights, Institutions and Economic Development, An Islamic Perspective
230 Normative Issues Relating to Trade and Development on OIC Member
231 On the Pricing of an Islamic Convertible Mortgage
232 Islamic Banking, The Feasibility of Establishing an Islamic Bank in the US
233 Application of Islamic Economic System in a Contemporary Economy
234 Performance of Islamic and Mainstream Banks in Malaysia
235 The Fate of Islamic Science between the Eleventh and Sixteenth Century
236 Developing Economy Banking, the Case of Islamic Bank
237 Problems and Challenges Facing the Islamic Banking System in the West UK
238 Seigniorage of Fiat Money and the Maqasid Shariah
239 Globalization at Crossroad of Warfare, Revolution and Universalization
240 Towards a Money Demand Model for an Islamic Economy
241 The Controversy over Time Value of Money 
242 Debate over Interest Islamic Perspective
243 Determinan Inflasi Indonesia, Perbandingan Pendekatan Islam dan Konvensional
244 Perbankan Syariah dan Perbankan Berdasarkan Bunga, Manakah yang Lebih Optimal
245 Profesionalisme Praktisi BMT di Yogyakarta dan Sleman
246 Can Islamic Finance Constitute A Solution to Crisis
247 Volatility of the Returns and Expected Losses of Islamic Bank Financing
248 Does Foreign Presence Foster Islamic Banks Performance
249 Bank Margin Determination, A Comparison between Islamic and Conventional Banks in Indonesia
250 Ownership Effects of Fractional Reserve Banking, An Islamic Perspective
251 The Determinants of Islamic Banks Efficiency Changes
252 Islamic Financing/Banking in the Nigerian Economy
253 The Islamic Interbank Money Market and a Dual Banking System in Malaysia
254 Why do Malaysian Customers Patronise Islamic Banks
255 Superiority of Conventional Banks and Islamic Banks of Bangladesh
256 Gold Dinar for the Islamic Countries
257 Gold and the US Dollar, Hedge or Haven
258 Utang Pemerintah dan Kesinambungan Fiskal
259 Mencari Solusi Rendahnya Pembiayaan Bagi Hasil di Perbankan Syariah Indonesia
260 Redefine MSME and Baitul Maal Tamwil
261 Perilaku Agregat Moneter dalam Sistem Perbankan Ganda di Indonesia
262 Mencari Bentuk Sinergi Optimal Sistem Keuangan Konvensional dan Islam
263 Comparing Monetary Policy Instruments Under Dual Financial System
264 Stabilitas Moneter pada Sistem Keuangan Ganda di Indonesia
265 Perilaku Permintaan Uang dalam Sistem Moneter Ganda di Indonesia
266 Comparing the Efficiency of Islamic Banks in Malaysia and Indonesia
267 Menuju Sinergi Optimal Kebijakan Moneter dalam Sistem Keuangan Ganda
268 The Lack of PLS Financing in Indonesia Islamic Banks, Revisited
269 Analisis Pengaruh Social Values terhadap Jumlah Permintaan Uang Islam di Indonesia
270 Mencandera Industri Perbankan Syariah Indonesia, Tinjauan Kritis Pasca UU 21 Tahun 2008
271 Mekanisme Transmisi Syariah pada Sistem Moneter Ganda di Indonesia
272 Mengkritisi Bank Berbasis Bagi Hasil
273 Telaah Pemikiran Ekonomi Maqrizi tentang Inflasi
274 Peran Perbankan Syariah dalam Mendorong Agro Investasi
275 Peran Perbankan Syariah dalam Mendukung UMKM Pertanian
276 Peranan Ekonomi Syariah dalam Pembangunan Daerah
277 What is the Future Outlook of Shariah Harmonization
278 Perdagangan Internasional, Komparasi Teori Ekonomi modern dengan Perspektif Islam
279 The Role of the Stock Exchange in an Islamic Economy
280 Zakah, Moderation and Aggregate Consumption
281 Distributive Justice and Need Fulfillment in an Islamic Economy
282 Islamic Economics and the Islamic Subeconomy
283 Strategic Marketing Management in the Islamic Banking
284 Comparative Religious Thought on Economic Behavior and Financial Transaction
285 Development and Finance in Islam
286 Interest Free and Interest Bearing
287 Menuju Kapitalisme Religius
288 Islamic Venture Capital, A Critical Examination
289 Islamic Banking in Brunei Darussalam
290 Methods of Islamic Home Finance in the US
291 Money, Interest and An Alternative Macroeconomic System
292 Financing Microenterprises
293 East Asian Financial Crisis, An Islamic Perspective
294 Fractional Reserve Banking as Economic Parasitism
295 Manajemen Kredit Syariah Bank Muamalat
296 The Islamic Gold Dinar
297 Quality and Productivity in Arab Islamic Banking
298 The Making of an Islamic Banking Package
299 Impact of Inflation on Mudharabah Profits
300 Politik Akomodasionis ORBA terhadap Ekonomi Islam
301 Dimensi Humanitarian dalam Sistem Ekonomi Islam
302 A Paradigm of Islamic Money and Banking
303 How Islamic Banks Deal with Problem Business Situations
304 PLS vs Interest Taking in Theory of Income and Profit
305 Evolutionary Equilibrium in Learning Space of Knowledge
306 Corporate Governance in Islamic Perspective
307 Islamic Bank Performance and Capital Structure
308 A Panel Data Analysis of Fee Income Activities in Islamic Banks
309 The Theory and Practice of Islamic Management Style
310 The Uneasy Case for Fractional Reserve Free Banking
311 Islamic Banking, A Variation of Conventional Banking
312 Monetary Policy in Islamic Economic Framework in Iran
313 Islamic Microfinance, A Missing Component in Islamic Banking
314 Mengapa Perbankan Syariah Perkembangannya tidak Secepat yang Diharapkan
315 Conceptualisation of The Second Best Solution, Homoislamicus vs Homoeconomicus
316 Exploring the Ethical Identity of Islamic Banks
317 People's Perception towards Islamic Banking
318 Integrating al-Rahnu with the Gold Dinar
319 Islamic Finance in London, Room for More Sharia Compliance
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