In “Portrait of Religious Fundamentalism among Students of the Study Program Islamic Education” (Adaara: Jurnal Manajemen Pendidikan Islam 13, no. 2 (2023)), Putri Dewi (STAI DDI Parepare, Indonesia) surveys a total of 80 respondents studying Islamic law to assess their conservativeness.
In “Public Interest in using QRIS in Purchasing Halal Products” (Proceedings Book The International Conference On Islamic Economics, Islamic Finance, & Islamic Law (ICIEIFIL), 2023) Yandha Yonita Oktya Maharani and Muzakar Isa (Universitas Muhammadiyah Surakarta, Indonesia), using questionnaire data from surveying 130 people, “determine the effects of perceived ease of use, perceived benefits, and safety perception… CONTINUE READING
In “The Role of Parents in Child Rearing from Islamic Law Perspective: A Study Based on Thoppur Area of Trincomalee District in Sri Lanka” (IJEBAS 3, no. 2 (2023)), A. K. Siyana and others, using a questionnaire to gather data from 200 families in a Sri Lankan province that practices Islam and Islamic law, find… CONTINUE READING
In “Diversity of Shari’ah supervisory board and the performance of Islamic banks: evidence from an emerging economy of Pakistan” (Journal of Islamic Accounting and Business Research, March 22, 2023), Ismail Khan (Sunway University, Malaysia) and others, using a panel data of 22 Islamic banks in Pakistan, “show that SSB [sharī’a supervisory board] size, SSB relevant… CONTINUE READING
In “Customers’ Perceptions of FinTech Adaptability in the Islamic Banking Sector: Comparative study on Malaysia and Saudi Arabia” (Journal of Modeling in Management 17, no. 4 (2023)), Ibrahim Abiodun Oladapo (Imam Abdulrahman Bin Faisal University, Saudi Arabia) and others, using primary data “collected from May to September 2019 using a questionnaire to survey 102 Islamic… CONTINUE READING
In “Exploring the development of Islamic fintech ecosystem in Indonesia: a text analytics” (Qualitative Research in Financial Markets, January 12, 2023), Fahmi Ali Hudaefi (Fakultas Ekonomi dan Bisnis Islam) and others “aim at two objectives, i.e. first, to identify the core elements of the Islamic fintech ecosystem, and second, to use the identified core elements… CONTINUE READING
In “Performances of leading Islamic finance markets prior to and during the COVID-19 pandemic” (Heliyon 9, no. 1 (2023)), Edib Smolo (Effat University, Saudi Arabia) and others find that “as expected, the pandemic outbreak has increased the volatility across the sample markets, but it faded relatively soon, indicating that Islamic equities carry hedging features and… CONTINUE READING
In “The Effect of Financing on Islamic Banking Assets with Non-Performing Finance as a Moderating Variable in Indonesia” (Jurnal Ekonomi 12, no. 1 (2023)), Septa Diana Nabella (Universitas Ibnu Sina) and others, using data they collected between 2011-2020 and a moderated regression analysis method, investigate the influence of financing on Islamic banking assets.
In “The Concept of Kafa’ah in the Marriage of the Sayyid Community Viewed from Islamic Law” (Ijtihad: Journal of Islamic Studies, 1 no. 1 (2023)), Putri Eka Ramadhani, relying on interviews, among other data collection methods, studies the concept of kafa’ah.
In “Islamic Banks and Its Role in Reducing Poverty” (Journal of Economic, Management, Accounting and Technology 6, no. 1 (2023)), Pungky Lela Saputri and Muhammad Faisal Yul Zamrudi (Universitas Islam Sultan Agung), relying on timeseries data, “analyze the effect of financing disbursed by Islamic banks on reducing the poverty rate in Indonesia.”