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Rabu, 03 April 2013

Journal of Islamic Economics, Banking and Finance (JIEBF)

The Journal of Islamic Economics, Banking and Finance is published four times in a year by Islami Bank Training and Research Academy. The Journal appears in English, in January, April, July and October and is publishing from the year 2005. All the articles published in the Journal since 2008 are available in full text version. The ISSN No. of the Journal is- ISSN 2070-4658, Key title: Journal of Islamic economics, banking and finance (Print), Abbreviated key title: J. Islam. econ. bank. finance (Print).
JIEBF is now featured in the 2009 issue of the Cabell's Publishing Directory, which is widely used by the North American Scholars, Policymakers and Academicians.
JIEBF now appears in the New Journal section of the Annotated Listing of New Books department of the December 2008 issue of the Journal of Economic Literature (JEL). In addition, the journal has been evaluated for acceptance and now appears in the Journal of Economic Literature Index (EconLit).

JIEBF is a listed Journal in the Ulrich's database and also listed in Australian Database ERA (Excellence for Research in Australia) (Journal List).

Volume - 9, Number - 2,March - June,2013
Islamic Finance and the Resources Sector: A Natural Fit for Project Finance
---Jason West, Griffith University, Austrlia
Transmission Mechanism in dual Monetary System: Comparison between Shariah and conventional monetary System
---Yulizar D Sanrego, Tazkia University College of Islamic Economics, Indonesia
---Aam Slamet Rusydiana, Tazkia University College of Islamic Economics, Indonesia
Islamic Banking in Pakistan: A Critical Analysis
---Salman Ahmed Shaikh, Institute of Business Administration, Karachi, Pakistan
Analyses of the GNP Formula: The Islamic Perspective
---Dr. Imran Haider Naqvi, COMSATS Institute of Information Technology, Lahore, Pakistan
---Maryam Saeed Hashmi, University of Engineering and Technology, Lahore, Pakistan
The Elements of Qimar (wagering) and Gharar (uncertainty) in the Contract of Insurance Revisited
---Atikullah Hj Abdullah, Universiti Sains Malaysia, Penang, Malaysia
Is Islamic Equity Index an Investment Heaven? A Comparative study of SHA 50 and Nifty 50 of India
---Dr. Ranjit Singh, Assam University, India
---Sudeep Das, Bank of Inida, India
Did Islamic Banking Perform Better During the Financial Crisis? Evidence from the UAE
---Hela Miniaoui, University of Wollongong in Dubai, UAE
---Gaston Gohou, CESS Institute, Quebec, Canada

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