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Volume 21, No. 3 Special Issue of IIBF, 2016
Aznan Hasan; Sarfaraz Dawar Khan; Nazrul Hazizi Noordin.
Innovation in Islamic finance: the way forward
Shariah non-compliance risk and its effects on Islamic financial institutions
Azman Mohd Noor; Ainatul Aqilah Kamarudin; Muhamad Nasir Haron.
The importance of understanding the maqasid of shari’ah in the development of Islamic banking and the financial system
Razali Haron; Adewale Abideen Adeyemi.
Islamic capital market and debt financing of shariah-compliant firms in Indonesia
Adewale Abideen Adeyemi; Razali Haron.
The behavioral biases of Muslims in Islamic banking and finance: a second-order self-reported religiosity measurement invariance
Adam Abdullah; Rusni Hassan; Salina Kassim.
A conceptual framework for the application of Islamic private equity in international shipping
Buerhan Saiti; Adam Abdullah.
Prohibited elements in Islamic financial transactions: a comprehensive review
Bedjo Santoso; Khaliq Ahmad.
The financial inclusion model based on Baitul Mal Wa Tanwil (BMT) cooperatives and community
Mohamed Abubaker Elmontaser; Syed Musa Syed Jaafar Alhabshi.
The impact of service quality on malaysian Muslim Islamic bank customers: satisfaction, loyalty and retention
Mohammad Mahbubi Ali; Rusni Hassan.
Determinants of shariah non-compliant events in Islamic banks in Malaysia: with special reference to tawarruq-based financing
Nor Razinah Mohd. Zain; Engku Rabiah Adawiah Engku Ali.
The introduction of the Financial Ombudsman Scheme as an alternative to dispute resolution in the Islamic financial services industry in Malaysia
Saad Mateen Ahmed; Khaliq Ahmad; Muhammad Tahir Jan.
The impact of service quality on customer satisfaction and customer loyalty: an empirical study on Islamic banks in Bahrain
Syarah Syahira Mohd Yusof; Umar A.Oseni; Rusni Hasan.
Abandoned housing projects, legal risks and Islamic finance legal documentation
Taslima Julia; Salina Kassim.
Green financing and bank profitability: empirical evidence from the banking sector in Bangladesh
Tawfik Azrak; Buerhan Saiti; Engku Rabiah Adawiah Engku Ali.
An analysis of reputational risks in Islamic banks in Malaysia with a proposed conceptual framework
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