TUJISE's New Issue Vol. 5 Issue 1 Is Out !
The New Issue of Turkish Journal of Islamic Economics Vol. 5 Issue 1 is now available online. The journal is continuing its commitment to bringing together researches from all dimensions of Islamic Economics & Finance, its history, theoretical underpinnings, its relevance to Islamic Fiqh, its practicable tools and their applications. Published by IKAM, TUJISE uniquely provides a research platform to notable, experienced scholars and novice researchers of Islamic Economics, side by side.
The current issue, Vol. 5 Issue.1 contains following six articles which represent different themes and theoretical approaches penned by distinguished names from Islamic Economics discipline.
Fatih Varol, From Developmentalism to Neoliberalism: The Changing Role of the State and Development of Islamic Business and Finance in Turkey
Yusuf Dinç, The Effect of Retail Loans on Bank Profitability: A Comparative Empirical Analysis
Muhammad Akram Khan, Methodology of Islamic Economics: From Islamic Teachings to Islamic Economics
Ahmet Efe, Economic Sociology of Islam According to The Risale-i Nur
İlker Köç, Interest Rate Risk in Interest-free Banks An Empirical Research on Turkish Participation Banks
Ines Khammasi & Khoutem Ben Jedidia, Do Islamic Banking Standards Convey More Financial Transparency than Conventional Banking Ones?
TUJISE is a biannual journal which is published at Research Center for Islamic Economics (IKAM). IKAM has been established with an objective of conducting quality research in Islamic Economics as well as provides a platform to academicians and young scholars and assists them in their endeavours of producing competent ideas and theories as well as practicable tools in developing Islamic Economics as a separate discipline. To achieve this objective, we conduct research, organize different educational and training programs, undertake projects and hold workshops and conferences. We are privileged to have published some classical works in form of reports.
Our publishing house has translated various books on Islamic Economics besides publishing of Turkish Journal of Islamic Economics (TUJISE) which has the honour of publishing some classical works in Islamic Economics coming from pioneers of the field in its previous issues. Besides serving as a corpus for Islamic Economics scholarly works, it also serves as a platform for young scholars in Islamic Economics and Finance for publishing their works as well as relives them of any financial burden they may face elsewhere in terms of editing and publishing charges.
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