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International Journal of Islamic Banking and Finance Research

International Journal of Islamic Banking and Finance Research (IJIBFR) is a refereed international journal which is published semiannually. The journal aims are to publish the papers that provide current issues within Islamic finance and banking. The Journal particularly focuses on topics related to-

  • Zakat
  • Waqf
  • Sadakah
  • Awqaf
  • Hisbah
  • Bayt At-Mal
  • Islamic Insurance
  • Islamic Banking and Finance Law
  • Theory of Islamic Finance
  • Islamic Financial Instruments
  • Islamic Financial Instruments Development
  • Islamic Banking and Finance Law
  • Performance of Islamic Mutual Funds
  • Fiqh Muamalat in Islamic Banking and Finance
  • Islamic Financial Risk Management
  • Prophet Muhammad (S) On Economic Justice
  • Fiqh Muamalat in Islamic Banking and Finance
  • Operational Risk Management in Islamic Banks
  • Service Quality Measurement in Islamic Banks
  • Accounting for Islamic Banking and Finance
  • Performance and Efficiency of Islamic Banks and Takaful
  • Performance Measurement and Profitability of Islamic Banks
  • Applying AAOIFI Accounting Standards in Islamic Banking Sector
  • Economic Policy and Analysis of Islamic Banking and Finance
  • Islamic Banking techniques and their conformity with the Islamic Law (Shariah)
  • Financing and Lending Practices in the Pre-Islamic and Islamic Periods

International Journal of Islamic Banking and Finance Research currently has an acceptance rate of 15%. The average time between submission and final decision is 20 days and the average time between acceptance and publication is 30 days.

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The publisher and journal have a policy of “Zero Tolerance on the Plagiarism”. We check the plagiarism issue through two methods: reviewer check and plagiarism prevention tool (www.ithenticate.com).

All submissions will be checked by iThenticate before being sent to reviewers.

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