The special issue of the Journal of Islamic Economics and Finance Research aims to shed light on the intricate legal landscapes that shape and challenge the field of Islamic economics and finance in the modern world. This theme invites scholars, researchers, and practitioners to explore and analyze the diverse legal issues that impact the development, regulation, and practice of Islamic financial systems. The special issue seeks to unravel the complexities of legal frameworks, contractual arrangements, regulatory challenges, and ethical considerations that are central to the evolution of Islamic economics and finance.Read more about SPECIAL ISSUE - INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF ISLAMIC ECONOMICS AND FINANCE RESEARCH (IJIEFER)
About the Journal
The International Journal of Islamic Economics and Finance Research (IJIEFER) is a peer-reviewed (Double-blind) and open-access journal, which is published in July and December annually. The emphasis of this Journal is on both qualitative and quantitative works and papers that are relevant to current Islamic economics and finance research. The primary audience for this journal are academicians, policy makers and practitioners; focusing on socio-economic development and societal well-being through activities and discourses of Islamic economics and finance. Articles are published in both English and Malay.