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Islamic Economic Studies

Print ISSN: 1319-1616
Online ISSN: 2411-3395

Content: Table of Contents
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The journal Islamic Economic Studies (IES) publishes leading research across all fields of Islamic economics and finance. Established in 1414 Hijri (1993) it is one of the oldest and most respected scholarly journals in the Islamic economics and Islamic finance profession. IES is targeted at professional and academic economists and students.

IES is published semi-annually, in January and June. It is included in the Abstracting Services CD-ROM indexing of the Journal of Economic Literature, published by the American Economic Association.

IES journal is indexed/cited in RePEc and Google Scholar.

Aims and scope

The 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 title covers but is 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; behavioural economics and finance; islamic finance; islamic banking; corporate governance; risk management; Shariah issues; financial products; financial engineering; securitisation and Sukuk; Islamic capital markets; insurance and takaful; regulatory issues; corporate social responsibility; legal, fiqh, and regulatory issues; smart economy; smart finance and related issues.

Peer review

IES 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 its suitability for publication. Final responsibility for editorial decisions rest with the journal editor.

Open access

All articles published in IES are published Open Access under a CC BY 4.0 licence. For further information on licencing please see the author guidelines.

Publishing Services partnership

IES is published by Emerald Publishing on behalf of the Islamic Research and Training Institute (IRTI), a member of the Islamic Development Bank Group (IsDB). IES is published under a platinum OA arrangement, in that all charges for publishing an OA article in IES are funded by the Islamic Research and Training Institute (IRTI). There is no charge to the author.

You can view the journal's transparency statement.

This journal is a member of and subscribes to the principles of theĀ Committee on Publication Ethics. More on Emerald's approach is available in ourĀ Publication Ethics guidelines.