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In “Legal Capacity and Legal Authority of Adult Age in Indonesia: Medical, Psychological and Islamic Law Perspectives” (Samarah: Jurnal Hukum Keluarga dan Hukum Islam 8, no. 1 (2024)), Isroqunnajah Isroqunnajah (Universitas Islam Negeri Maulana Malik Ibrahim Malang) and others, conducting a literature review and multiple interviews, determine that, in Indonesia, “it is necessary to standardize… CONTINUE READING

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In “Tackling Gender Discriminatory Inheritance Law Privately: Lessons from a Survey Experiment in Tunisia” (World Bank Group – Policy Research Working Paper), Christina Sarah Hauser (European University Institute) “investigates to what extent gifting can represent an alternative to legal reform and for whom. Within a randomized experiment, this study tests whether providing information on public… CONTINUE READING

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In “Relationship between FinTech index and bank’s performance: a comparative study between Islamic and conventional banks in the MENA region” (Journal of Islamic Accounting and Business Research, January 2, 2024), Hana Kharrat and others, relying on text mining technology, find that “the application of FinTech innovation in Islamic and conventional banks . . . improve[s] their… CONTINUE READING

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In “Integrated reporting, corporate governance, and financial sustainability in Islamic banking” (Growing Science 12, .no. 1 (2024)), Muhammad Yusuf and others, using “a pool of 173 studies,” find that the implementation of “value-centric strategies” has a positive affect on the “financial robustness of Islamic banks.”

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In Islamic Law and Society in Indonesia: Corporate Zakat Norms and Practices in Islamic Banks (Routledge, 2022), Alfitri (Faculty of Sharia and Law, the Sultan Aji Muhammad Idris State Islamic University of Samarinda) “presents original case studies based on sociolegal field research on the reception of the new obligations in the Islamic banks that choose… CONTINUE READING

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In “The Role of Car Financing In Shaping Islamic Banking Landscape” (Journal of Finance, Accounting and Management 15, no. 1 (2024)), Muhammad Usman (Karachi University Business School, Pakistan), relying on a number of online surveys completed by selected customers, “defines how Islamic banking product Car Ijarah affects the growth, profitability and promotion of Islamic banking… CONTINUE READING

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In “Empirical Evidence on the Relation Between Progress on Sustainable Development Goals and Adaptation of Islamic Finance” (IGI Global, 2023), Dogus Emin and Aysegul Aytac Emin (Social Sciences University of Ankara, Turkey) “aim to investigate the dynamic correlation and lead/lag relation between the progress of the countries on the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) and adaptation of Islamic… CONTINUE READING

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In “Bank Liquidity Creation: A Comparative Study of Islamic and Conventional Banks” (SSRN, December 4, 2023), Muhammad Umar (School of Economics and Management, East China Jiaotong University) and Muhammad Shafiq (Air University – Islamabad), using “data from 471 banks of 22 Muslim majority countries ranging from the year 2010 to 2016,” find that “the determinants… CONTINUE READING

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Digitalization in Halal Management, ed. Ahmad Rafiki (Universitas Medan Area, Medan, Indonesia) (Springer, 2023), provides “approaches and ways in halal management and digitalization,” “[p]resents theories and cases on halal management and information technology,” and “[p]rovides comprehensive and detail[ed] content on halal products and industries.”

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In “About Scholarly Works in the Field of Islamic Economic Law: A Visualization of Related Topics” (Umma University Publications, 2023), Ahmad Abbas and Manswab Mahsen Abdulrahman survey articles published online between 1992 and 2021 that relate to Islamic economic law, finding a total of 169 articles and 645 citations, as well as an increasing interest… CONTINUE READING