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Vol. 16, No. 1 & 2 Rajab 1429H & Muharram 1430H (July 2008 & January 2009)
Articles
* Ethics and Economics: An Islamic Perspective By M. Umer Chapra
* Madaris Education and Human Capital Development with Special Reference to Pakistan By Mohammad Ayub
* Islamic Finance – Undergraduate Education By Sayyid Tahir
* Islamic Finance Education at the Graduate Level: Current State and Challenges By Zubair Hasan

Vol. 15, No. 2 Muharram 1429H (January 2008)
Articles
* Sukuk Market: Innovations and Challenges, 1-22. By Muhammad Al-Bashir Al Amine
* Cost, Revenue, and Profit Efficiency of Islamic Versus Conventional Banks: International Evidence Using Data Envelopment Analysis, 23-76. By M. Khaled I. Bader, Shamsher Mohamad, Mohamed Ariff and Taufiq Hassan
Discussion Paper
* The Impact of Consolidation on Islamic Financial Services Industry 79-103. By Zamir Iqbal

Vol. 15, No. 1 Rajab 1428H (July 2007)
Articles
* Theory of Firm: Management and Stakeholders: An Islamic Perspective 1-30. By Toseef Azid, Mehmet Asutay and Umar Burki
* On Corporate Social Responsibility of Islamic Financial Institutions, 31-46. By Sayd Farook
* Shariah Compliant Equity Investments: An Assessment of Current Screening Norms, 47-76. By M. H. Khatkhatay and Shariq Nisar

Vol. 14, No. 1 & 2 Rajab 1427H & Muharram 1428H (August 2006 & January 2007)
Articles
* Financial Distress and Bank Failure: Lessons from Ihlas Finans Turkey, 1-52. By Salman Syed Ali
* The Efficiency of Islamic Banking Industry: A Non-Parametric Analysis with Non-Discretionary Input Variable, 53-87. By Fadzlan Sufian
Discussion Paper
* Pre-requisite for Effective Integration of Zakah into Mainstream Islamic Financial System in Malaysia, 91-107. By Abdul Rahim Abdul Rahman
Book Review
* Zubair Hasan's Book "Introduction to Microeconomics: An Islamic Perspective", 117-119. Reviewed by Professor Rodney Wilson

Vol. 13, No. 1 & 2 Muharram 1427H (February 2006)
Articles
* Islamic Banking and Finance in Theory and Practice: A Survey of State of the Art, 1-48. By Mohammad Nejatullah Siddiqi
* The X-Efficiency in Islamic Banks. 49-77. By M. Kabir Hassan
* Islamic Law, Adaptability and Financial Development, 79-101. By Habib Ahmed

Vo. 12, No. 2 and Vol. 13, No. 1 Muharram & Rajab 1426H (February & August 2005)
Articles
* The Case for Universal Banking as a Component of Islamic Banking, 1-65. By Mabid Ali Al-Jarhi
* Impact of Ethical Screening on Investment Performance: The Case of The Dow Jones Islamic Index, 69-97. By Abul Hassan, Antonios Antoniou, and D Krishna Paudyal

Vol. 12, No. 1 Rajab 1425H (August 2004)
Articles
* Efficiency in Islamic Banking: An Empirical Analysis of Eighteen Banks, 1-19. By Donsyah Yudistira
* Ethical Investment: Empirical Evidence from FTSE Islamic Index, 21-40. By Khaled Hussein

Vol. 11, No. 2 Muharram 1425H (March 2004)
Articles
* Remedy for Banking Crises: What Chicago and Islam have in common, 1-22. By Valeriano F. GarcĂ­a,Vvicente Fretes Cibils and Rodolfo Maino
* Remedy for Banking Crises: What Chicago And Islam Have in Common: A Comment, 23-42. By Mabid Ali Al-Jarhi
* Stakeholders Model of Governance in Islamic Economic System, 43-63. By Zamir Iqbal and Abbas Mirakhor
* Comments on Stakeholders Model of Governance in Islamic Economic System, 65-74. By M. Umer Chapra
* Comments on Stakeholders Model of Governance in Islamic Economic System, 65-74. By Mohammad Obaidullah

Vol. 11, No. 1 Rajab 1424H (September 2003)
Articles
* Dividend Signaling Hypothesis and Short-term Asset Concentration of Islamic Interest Free Banking, 1-30. By M. Kabir Hassan
* Determinants of Profitability in Islamic Banks: Some Evidence from the Middle East, 31-57. By Abdel-Hameed M. Bashir

Vol. 10, No. 2 Muharram 1424H (March 2003)
Articles
* Credit Risk in Islamic Banking and Finance, 1-25. By Mohamed Ali Elgari
Discussion Paper
* Zakah Accounting and Auditing: Principles and Experience in Pakistan, 29-43. By Muhammad Akram Khan
* The 1997-98 Financial Crisis in Malaysia: Causes, Response and Results – A Rejoinder, 45-53. By Zubair Hasan

Vol. 10, No. 1 Rajab 1423H (September 2002)
Articles
* Financing Build, Operate and Transfer (BOT) Projects: The Case of Islamic Instruments, 1-36. By Tariqullah Khan
Discussion Paper
* Islam and Development Revisited with Evidences from Malaysia, 39-74. By Ataul Huq Pramanik

Vol. 9, No. 2 Muharram 1423H (March 2002)
Articles
* The 1997-98 Financial Crisis in Malaysia: Causes, Response and Results, 1-16. By Zubair Hasan
Discussion Paper
* Financing Microenterprises: An Analytical Study of Islamic Microfinance Institutions, 27-64. By Habib Ahmed

Vol. 9, No. 1 Rajab 1422H (September 2001)
Articles
* Islamic Economic Thought and the New Global Economy, 1-16. By M.Umer Chapra
Discussion Paper
* Financial Globalization and Islamic Financial Institutions: The Topics Revisited, 19-38. By Masudul Alam Choudhury

Vol. 8, No. 2 Muharram 1422H (April 2001)
Articles
* Islamic and Conventional Banking in the Nineties: A Comparative Study, 1-27. By Munawar Iqbal
* An Economic Explication of the Prohibition of Gharar in Classical Islamic Jurisprudence, 29-58. By Mahmoud A. El-Gamal
Discussion Paper
* Interest and the Modern Economy, 61-74. By Arshad Zaman and Asad Zaman

Vol. 8, No. 1 Rajab 1421H (October 2000)
Articles
* Elimination of Poverty: Challenges and Islamic Strategies,1-16. By Ismail Siragedlin
Discussion Paper
* Globalization of Financial Markets and Islamic Financial Institutions, 19-67. By M. Ali Khan

Vol. 7, No. 1 & 2 Rajab 1420H & Muharram 1421H (October 1999 & April 2000)
Articles
* Islamic Quasi Equity (Debt) Instruments and the Challenges of Balance Sheet Hedging: An Exploratory Analysis, 1-32. By Tariqullah Khan
Discussion Papers
* Challenges and Opportunities for Islamic Banking and Finance in the West: The UK Experience, 35-59. By Rodney Wilson
* Towards an Objective Measure of Gharar in Exchange, 61-102. By Sami Al-Suwailem

Vol. 6, No. 2 Muharram 1420H (May 1999)
Articles
* Risk and Profitability Measures in Islamic Banks: The Case of Two Sudanese Banks, 1-24. By Abdel-Hamid M. Bashir
Discussion Paper
* The Design of Instruments for Government Finance in an Islamic Economy, 27-43. By Nadeemul Haque and Abbas Mirakhor

Vol. 6, No. 1 Rajab 1419H (November 1998)
Articles
* The Malaysian Economic Experience and Its Relevance for the OIC Member Countries, 1-42. By Mohamed Ariff
* Awqaf in History and Its Implications for Modem Islamic Economies, 43-70. By Murat Cizakca
Discussion Paper
* Financial Engineering with Islamic Options, 73-103. By Mohammed Obaidullah

Vol. 5, No. 1 & 2 Rajab 1418H & Muharram 1419H (November 1997 & April 1998)
Articles
* The Survival of Islamic Banking: A Micro-evolutionary Perspective, 1-19. By Mahmoud A. EI-Gamal
Discussion Papers
* Performance Auditing for Islamic Banks, 23-55. By Muhammad Akram Khan
* Capital Adequacy Norms for Islamic Financial Institutions, 37-55. By Mohammed Obaidullah

Vol. 4, No. 2 Muharram 1418H (May 1997)
Articles
* The Dimensions of an Islamic Economic Model, 1-24. By Syed Nawab Haider Naqvi
Discussion Papers
* Indirect Instruments of Monetary Control in an Islamic Financial System, 27-65. By Nurun N. Choudhry and Abbas Mirakhor
* Istisna’ Financing of Infrastructure Projects, 67-74. By Muhammad Anas Zarqa
* The Use of Assets Ijara Bonds for Bridging the Budget Gap, 75-92. By Monzer Kahf

Vol. 4, No. 1 Rajab 1417H (December 1996)
Articles
* Monetary Management in an Islamic Economy, 1-34. By Muhammad Umer Chapra
* Cost of Capital and Investment in a Non-interest Economy, 35-46. By Abbas Mirakhor
Discussion Paper
* Competition and Other External Determinants of the Profitability of Islamic Banks, 49-64. By Sudin Haron

Vol. 3, No. 2 Muharram 1417H (June 1996)
Articles
* Rules for Beneficial Privatization: Practical Implications of Economic Analysis, 1-32. By William J. Baumol
Discussion Papers
* Privatization in the Gulf Cooperation Council (GCC) Countries: The Need and the Process, 35-56. By Fuad Abdullah AI-Omar
* Towards an Islamic Approach for Environmental Balance, 57-77. By Muhammad Ramzan Akhtar

Vol. 3, No. 1 Rajab 1416H (December 1995)
Articles
* Islamic Securities in Muslim Countries’ Stock Markets and an Assessment of the Need for an Islamic Secondary Market,1-37. By Abdul Rahman Yousri Ahmed
* Demand for and Supply of Mark-up and PLS Funds in Islamic Banking: Some Alternative Explanations, 39-77. By Tariqullah Khan
* Towards an Islamic Stock Exchange in a Transitional Stage, 79-112. By Ahmad Abdel Fattah El-Ashkar
Discussion Papers
* The Interest Rate and the Islamic Banking, 115-122. By H. Shajari and M Kamalzadeh
* The New Role of the Muslim Business University Students in the Development of Entrepreneurship and Small and Medium Industries in Malaysia, 123-134. By Saad Al-Harran

Vol. 2, No. 2 Muharram 1416H (June 1995)
Articles
* Growth of Public Expenditure and Bureaucracy in Kuwait, 1-14. By Fuad Abdullah Al-Omar
* Fiscal Reform in Muslim Countries with Special Reference to Pakistan, 15-34. By Munawar 1qbal
* Resource Mobilization for Government Expenditures through Islamic Modes of Contract: The Case of Iran, 35-58. By Iraj Toutounchian
Discussion Papers
* An Overview of Public Borrowing in Early Islamic History, 61-78. By Muhammad Nejatullah Siddiqi
* Public Sector Resource Mobilization in Islam, 79-107. By Mahmoud A. Gulaid

Vol. 2, No. 1 Rajab 1415H (December 1994)
Articles
* Islamic Banking: State of the Art, 1-33. By Ziauddin Ahmad
* Comparative Economics of Some Islamic Financing Techniques, 35-68. By M. Fahim Khan
Discussion Papers
* Progress of Islamic Banking: The Aspirations and the Realities, 71-80. By Sami Hasan Homoud
* Concept of Time in Islamic Economics, 81-102. By Ridha Saadallah
* Development of Islamic Financial Instruments, 103-115. By Rodney Wilson

Vol. 1, No. 2 Muharram 1415H (June 1994)
Articles
* Is Equity-Financed Budget Deficit Stable in an Interest Free Economy?, 1-14. By M. Aynul Hasan and Ahmed Naeem Siddiqui
* Contemporary Practices of Islamic Financing Techniques, 15-52. By Ausaf Ahmad
Discussion Papers
* Financing and Investment in Awqaf Projects: A Non-technical Introduction, 55-62. By Mohammad Anas Zarqa
* Limitation on the Use of Zakah Funds in Financing Socioeconomic Infrastructure, 63-78. By Shawki Ismail Shehata
* Al-Muqaradah Bonds as the Basis of Profit-Sharing, 79-102. By Walid Khayrullah

Vol. 1, No. 1 Rajab 1414H (December 1993)
Articles
* Towards an Islamic Stock Market, 1-20. By Mohamed Ali Al-Qari
* Financial Intermediation in the Framework of Shari'ah, 21-35. By Hussein Hamed Hassan
* Islamic Banking in Sudan’s Rural Sector, 37-55. By Mohamed Uthman Khaleefa
Discussion Papers
* Potential Islamic Certificates for Resource Mobilization, 57-69. By Mohamed El-Hennawi
* Agenda for a New Strategy of Equity Financing by the Islamic Development Bank, 71-88. By D. M Qureshi


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