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Vol 8 No 1 (2024): International Journal of Islamic Business & Management

Journal Full Title: International Journal of Islamic Business & Management; Journal Abbreviation: Int. J. of Is. Bus. & Manag.; Journal ISSN (Print): 2576-7674; Journal ISSN (Online): 2576-7682; DOI Prefix: 10.46281/ijibm; Journal Frequency: Continuous Publication (1 volume and 1 issue yearly since 2023); Article Acceptance Percentage: 46%; Publication Ethical Guide: Committee on Publication Ethics (COPE)’s; Peer-Review Policy: Double-Blind (External) Copyright and Licensing: The Author(s); Creative Commons Attribution 4.0 - International License; Publication Policy: Open-Access Journal; Authors' Geographical Diversity: International; Editorial Members' Geographical Diversity: International; Publish Mode: Publish-as-you-go; Business Model: Gold Open Access; Editors: Professor Dr. Chokri Kooliscopus-1.png  Professor Dr. K. M. Anwarul Islamscopus-1.png  Citation Analysis: Scopus | Web of ScienceGoogle Scholar

Published: 2024-07-04
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Aims & Scope

International Journal of Islamic Business & Management (IJIBM) is a Double-Blind Peer-Reviewed Refereed International Journal for Islamic business & management academics. IJIBM aims to provide to the field of Islamic business & management. The subject areas include, but are not limited to the following fields:

  • Islamic Management
  • Islamic Law and Society
  • Islamic Brotherhood
  • Islamic Marketing
  • Islamic Human Resource Management
  • Islamic Organizational Behavior
  • Womankind
  • Work Ethics
  • Business Ethics
  • Trade with the Islamic world
  • The Muslim consumer and consumption patterns
  • Islamic branding and positioning
  • Islamic franchising
  • Retail and distribution channels Islamic marketing mix
  • Islamic market segmentation
  • Islamic pharmaceuticals and healthcare
  • Islamic lifestyles
  • Islamic Hospitality
  • Islamic Fashion and entertainment
  • Current trends in Islamic markets
  • Commercializing Islam and Islamisation of commerce
  • Global events and the Muslim consumer
  • Halal markets and Halal supply chains
  • Islamic Finance and Business
  • E-Marketing in Islamic markets
  • Islamic innovation and entrepreneurship
  • Tourism, Leisure and Hospitality Management
  • Contemporary Islamic movement etc.

Subject Area – Business, Management, and Accounting. Subject Category – Business and International Management (1403); Management of Technology and Innovation (1405); Organizational Behavior and Human Resource Management (1407); Tourism, Leisure and Hospitality Management (1409).