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  1. University Students’ Islāmic Work Ethics and their Attitude towards Business Ethics: Evidence from Asia [Journal of Islamic Business and Management (JIBM)]

    Published on 2017 by Khurram Khan, Asma Gul, Zarina Abdul Salam

    The  current  study  investigates  the  students’  attitude  towards  business ethics and Islāmic  work  ethics  (IWE)  in  four Asian Muslim countries i.e. Pakistan, Kingdom of Saudi Arabia (KSA), United Arab Emirates (UAE) and  Malaysia.  It  also  examines  the  differences  in  attitudes…


  2. The Effect of Job Insecurity on Attitude towards Change and Organizational Citizenship Behavior: Moderating Role of Islāmic Work Ethics [Journal of Islamic Business and Management (JIBM)]

    Published on 2017 by Khurram Shahzad, Muhammad Usman, Kellie W. Roberts, Mueen Aizaz Zafar

    The main purpose of this study is to examine the direct and interactive effects of job insecurity and Islāmic work ethics on employee’s attitude towards  change  and  organizational  citizenship  behavior.  The  data  was collected from 171 male and female university…


  3. On the Significance of "Trust" for Islāmic Financial Industry: Lessons from the Financial Crisis of 2007-8 [Journal of Islamic Business and Management (JIBM)]

    Published on 2017 by Zamir Iqbal, Ahmed Rostom

    The  notion  of  "trust"  as  social  capital  and  an  intangible  asset  has  been discussed in the literature for some time but the financial crisis of 2007-8 has  highlighted  the  significance  of  "trust"  with  respect  to corporate governance, business ethics, confidence…


  4. Sharī‘ah Scholars, Ijtihād and Decision Making in Islāmic Finance [Journal of Islamic Business and Management (JIBM)]

    Published on 2017 by Hafas Furqani, Mohamad Akram Laldin

    Islāmic finance is developed based on the spirit, philosophy and principles of Sharī‘ah. Sharī‘ah  contains  the  principles  and  foundations  upon which financial  system  from  an Islāmic  perspective  is  established.  These fundamentals  act  as  guidance  and  framework  on  which  the  direction…


  5. Investment in Equities: Sharī‘ah Appraisal of Screening Norms [Journal of Islamic Business and Management (JIBM)]

    Published on 2017 by Muhammad Tahir Mansoori, Atiquzzafar Khan

    Investment  in  equities  is  an  important  but  controversial  topic  in  the literature  on Islāmic  Finance.  Keeping  in  view  its  need  for  both  the investors  and  the  companies,  different Sharī‘ah  Screening  Criteria  have been  developed  to  determine  legitimacy  or  illegitimacy  of…


  6. Islāmic Finance: A Practical Guide -Rahil Ali [Journal of Islamic Business and Management (JIBM)]

    Published on 2017 by Amir Kia

    Islāmic Finance: A Practical Guide -Rahil Ali Volume 5 Issue 1 (June 2015) Open Source


  7. Islāmic Banking in Oman: Evolution and the Unique Features [Journal of Islamic Business and Management (JIBM)]

    Published on 2017 by Abu Basim Mansoori

    While taking the initiative to introduce Islāmic  banking in 2011, Oman had not to reinvent the wheel as the major work had already been done on Islāmic  banking  regulations, Islāmic  modes  of  finance  including  their definition,  main  rules,  essentials  and…


  8. A Concise Glossary on Technical Terms used in the Literature on Islāmic Business and Finance [Journal of Islamic Business and Management (JIBM)]

    Published on 2017 by Muhammad Ayub, Ikram Ullah

    Editor’s Note: A comprehensive glossary of Sharī‘ah related terms used in Islāmic commercial   law   –business,   banking   and   finance   was published in the JIBM, Vol.2 No.2, 2012.  In continuation of that, JIBM is making another…


  9. Do Equity-Based Sukuk Structures Fulfil the Objectives of Sharī‘ah (Maqāsid al-Sharī‘ah)? [Journal of Islamic Business and Management (JIBM)]

    Published on 2017 by Asyraf Wajdi Dusuki

    The  Islamic  capital  market  is  an  important  component  of  the  overall  Islamic  financial  system  especially  in  providing  an  element  of  liquidity  to  otherwise  illiquid  assets.  Like  their  conventional  counterpart,  Islamic  capital  markets  complement the investment role of the Islamic banking…


  10. Financial Inclusion: Social Inclusion with its true Paradigm to be the Target! [Journal of Islamic Business and Management (JIBM)]

    Published on 2017 by Muhammad Ayub

    The generic term of 'financial inclusion' has been in use for last many years not only in developing but also developed economies referring to the schemes to combat the issue of 'exclusion' of the people of small means from the…


  11. Sovereing Wealth Funds in Muslim Contries [Journal of Islamic Business and Management (JIBM)]

    Published on 2017 by Abbas Mirakhor, Beebee Salma Sairally, Farrukh Habib

    Sovereign Wealth Funds (SWFs) have been growing in number and size over the years, in both Muslim and non-Muslim countries.  Their  importance  in  terms  of  potential  impact  on  the economic,  social  and  political  fronts  of  both  the  home  countries  (managing…


  12. Islamic Finance Benchmark [Journal of Islamic Business and Management (JIBM)]

    Published on 2017 by Choudhary Wajahat Naeem Azmi, Mohsin Ali

    Financial Assets' pricing benchmarks serve multiple purposes in financial markets and hence play a critical role. First, hey serve as a reference point for pricing instruments; second, they reflect the opportunity cost and third, they serve as a reference rate…


 

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