Banking
سه شنبه, 27 شهریور 1397 17:35

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PERCEPTIONS OF MALAYSIAN CORPORATE CUSTOMERS
TOWARDS ISLAMIC BANKING PRODUCTS & SERVICES

Norafifah Ahmad & Sudin Haron

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REGULATION OF ISLAMIC BANKING IN BANGLADESH :
ROLE OF BANGLADESH BANK

Abdul Awwal Sarker

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THE EFFECTS OF CONVENTIONAL INTEREST RATES AND RATE OF
PROFIT ON FUNDS DEPOSITED WITH ISLAMIC BANKING SYSTEM IN
MALAYSIA

Dr Sudin Haron & Norafifah Ahmad

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THE MULTI DIMENSIONALITY OF CARTER MODEL TO MEASURE
CUSTOMER SERVICE QUALITY (SQ) IN ISLAMIC BANKING INDUSTRY:
A STUDY IN KUWAIT FINANCE HOUSE

AbdulQawi Othman
Lynn Owen

5

THE PERFORMANCE OF MALAYSIAN ISLAMIC BANK
DURING 1984-1997: AN EXPLORATORY STUDY

Abdus Samad & M. Kabir Hassan

6

The Role of Rate of Return on Loans
in the Islamic Banking System of Iran

Seyed-Nezamaddin Makiyan

7

ISLAMIC AND CONVENTIONAL BANKING IN THE NINETIES: A
COMPARATIVE STUDY

MUNAWAR IQBAL

8

DETERMINANTS OF PROFITABILITY IN ISLAMIC BANKS:
SOME EVIDENCE FROM THE MIDDLE EAST

ABDEL-HAMEED M. BASHIR

9

DIVIDEND SIGNALING HYPOTHESIS AND SHORT-TERM
ASSET CONCENTRATION OF ISLAMIC
INTEREST-FREE BANKING

M. KABIR HASSAN, JOSEPH FARHAT AND
BASHIR AL-ZU'BI

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REMEDY FOR BANKING CRISES:
WHAT CHICAGO AND ISLAM HAVE IN COMMON

VALERIANO F. GARCÍA, VICENTE FRETES CIBILS,
and RODOLFO MAINO

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REMEDY FOR BANKING CRISES: WHAT CHICAGO
AND ISLAM HAVE IN COMMON: A COMMENT

MABID ALI AL-JARHI

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EFFICIENCY IN ISLAMIC BANKING:
AN EMPIRICAL ANALYSIS OF EIGHTEEN BANKS

DONSYAH YUDISTIRA

13

THE CASE FOR UNIVERSAL BANKING AS A
COMPONENT OF ISLAMIC BANKING

MABID ALI AL-JARHI

14

THE X-EFFICIENCY IN ISLAMIC BANKS

M. KABIR HASSAN

15

ISLAMIC BANKING AND FINANCE IN THEORY AND
PRACTICE: A SURVEY OF STATE OF THE ART

MOHAMMAD NEJATULLAH SIDDIQI

16

THE EFFICIENCY OF ISLAMIC BANKING
INDUSTRY: A NON-PARAMETRIC ANALYSIS
WITH NON-DISCRETIONARY INPUT VARIABLE

FADZLAN SUFIAN

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FINANCIAL DISTRESS AND BANK FAILURE:
LESSONS FROM CLOSURE OF
IHLAS FINANS IN TURKEY

SALMAN SYED ALI

18

A PROPOSED INTRODUCTION OF ISLAMIC BANKS IN INDIA

OmarKhan

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A STUDY ON ISLAMIC BANKING EDUCATION
AND
STRATEGY FOR THE NEW
MILLENIUM - MALAYSIAN EXPERIENCE

Abdul Halim Abdul Hamid& Norizaton Azmin Mohd Nordin

20

ADOPTING AND MEASURING CUSTOMER SERVICE QUALITY (SQ)
IN ISLAMIC BANKS: A CASE STUDY IN
KUWAIT FINANCE HOUSE

AbdulQawi Othman & Lynn Owen

21

BANKING REGULATIONS AND ISLAMIC BANKS
IN INDIA : STATUS AND ISSUES

M.Y. Khan

22

CAUSAL RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN ISLAMIC AND CONVENTIONAL
BANKING INSTRUMENTS IN MALAYSIA

Ahmad Kaleem & Mansor Md Isa

23

FINANCIAL MODERNIZATION IN 21ST CENTURY
AND CHALLENGE FOR ISLAMIC BANKING

M. Fahim Khan

24

IMPERATIVES OF FINANCIAL INNOVATION FOR ISLAMIC BANKS

Abdullah M Noman

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Iranian Islamic banking

Ehsan Zarrokh

26

ISLAMIC BANKING IN BANGLADESH:
PERFORMANCE, PROBLEMS & PROSPECTS

Md. Abdul Awwal Sarker

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ISLAMIC BANKING IN THAILAND: PROSPECTS AND CHALLENGES

Sudin Haron & KuMajdi Yamirudeng

28

ISLAMIC BANKS’ PROFITABILITY IN AN INTEREST RATE CYCLE

Anouar Hassoune

29

LACK OF PROFIT LOSS SHARING IN ISLAMIC BANKING:
MANAGEMENT AND CONTROL IMBALANCES

Humayon A. Dar and John R. Presley

30

MODELING MONETARY STABILITY UNDER DUAL BANKING
SYSTEM: THE CASE OF MALAYSIA

Ahmad Kaleem

31

A PROPOSED INTRODUCTION OF ISLAMIC BANKS IN INDIA

OmarKhan

32

A Critique of Islamic Banking and Finance: Harmonization of
Fatawa (Islamic Opinions) and the Nature of Modern
Economic Life

Dr. Kamran Nadri

33

A STUDY ON ISLAMIC BANKING EDUCATION
AND
STRATEGY FOR THE NEW
MILLENIUM - MALAYSIAN EXPERIENCE

Abdul Halim Abdul Hamid& Norizaton Azmin Mohd Nordin

34

ADOPTING AND MEASURING CUSTOMER SERVICE QUALITY (SQ)
IN ISLAMIC BANKS: A CASE STUDY IN
KUWAIT FINANCE HOUSE

AbdulQawi Othman & Lynn Owen

35

ADOPTING AND MEASURING CUSTOMER SERVICE QUALITY (SQ)
IN ISLAMIC BANKS: A CASE STUDY IN
KUWAIT FINANCE HOUSE

AbdulQawi Othman & Lynn Owen

36

An Econometric Analysis of
Conventional and Islamic Bank
Deposits in Malaysia

Remali Yusoff and Rodney Wilson

37

Analysis of Banking Service Quality Perception:
A Comparative Study for Islamic and Conventional
Banks

Assoc. Prof. Dr. Seif E. Ibrahim Tag El-Din
Redzwan A. Mohammed Shahril

38

Assets and Liabilities Management in Islamic Banking

Bijan Bidabad - Mahmoud Allahyarifard-

39

BANKING REGULATIONS AND ISLAMIC BANKS
IN INDIA : STATUS AND ISSUES

M.Y. Khan

40

can islamic banking survive?

mohammad a el-gamal

41

CAUSAL RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN ISLAMIC AND CONVENTIONAL
BANKING INSTRUMENTS IN MALAYSIA

Ahmad Kaleem & Mansor Md Isa

42

Challenges in Implementing Capital Adequacy Guidelines:
A case study of an Islamic Bank

Rima Turk, Yolla Sarieddine and Humaya Harati

43

Comparing the Efficiency of Islamic Banks in
Malaysia and Indonesia

Ascarya and Diana Yumanita

44

Cost, Revenue, and Profit Efficiency of Conventional
versus Islamic Banks: Evidence from the
Middle East

Mohammed Khaled I. Bader

45

Cost, Revenue, and Profit
Efficiency of Conventional
versus Islamic Banks: Financial
Ratios Approach

Mohammed Khaled I. Bader, Shamsher Mohamad, Mohamad Ariff and

46

CREDIT RISK IN ISLAMIC BANKING AND FINANCE

MOHAMED ALI ELGARI

47

Current Developments of Corporate Governance in
Islamic Banking and Finance

Chithra Latha Ramalingam

48

Debt Default Probability, Asset Diversification and New
Capital Accord: Implication for Islamic Banks

Abd. Ghafar b. Ismail1
Ahmad Azam b. Sulaiman

49

Default and Recovery Rates
on Islamic Banks Financing:
Implications for the New Capital
Adequacy Standard

Abdul Ghafar Ismail and Ahmad Azam Sulaiman

50

Determinants of Islamic Banking Efficiency in
Malaysia

Dr. Hamim Syahrum Ahmad Mokhtar1

51

Determinants of Islamic Banks’ Deposits in Indonesia:
An ARDL Modeling Approach

Prof. Dato’ Dr. Mohd. Azmi Omar

52

DETERMINANTS OF PROFITABILITY IN ISLAMIC BANKS:
SOME EVIDENCE FROM THE MIDDLE EAST

ABDEL-HAMEED M. BASHIR

53

DIVIDEND SIGNALING HYPOTHESIS AND SHORT-TERM
ASSET CONCENTRATION OF ISLAMIC
INTEREST-FREE BANKING

M. KABIR HASSAN, JOSEPH FARHAT AND
BASHIR AL-ZU'BI

54

Efficiency Analysis of Islamic
Banks in Africa, Asia and the
Middle East

Viverita, Kym Brown and Michael Skully

55

EFFICIENCY IN ISLAMIC BANKING:
AN EMPIRICAL ANALYSIS OF EIGHTEEN BANKS

DONSYAH YUDISTIRA

56

Efficiency in Islamic Banking: an Empirical Analysis of
18 Banks

Donsyah Yudistira

57

Efficiency of Islamic and Conventional Commercial
Banks in Malaysia: A Data Envelopment Analysis
(DEA) Study

Nor Aiza Mohd. Zamil (Kolej Islam Pahang Malaysia)

58

Ends and Means in Islamic
Banking and Finance

M. Kabir Hassan and Mervyn K. Lewis

59

Establishing Consumers’ Level of Awareness and
Attitude towards Islamic Banking in Singapore

Muhammad Nuzaihan Bin Hamdan

60

Establishing the Need and Suggesting a Strategy to
Develop “Profit and Loss Sharing Islamic Banking”
(PALSIB)

Dr. Shamim Ahmad Siddiqui

61

Estimating the Profitability of
Islamic Banking: Evidence from
Bank Muamalat Indonesia

Hylmun Izhar and Mehmet Asutay

62

Factors Influencing Knowledge
of Islamic Banking Services:
The Case of Malaysian Bank
Managers

Raihana Firdaus Seah Abdullah and Abdul Rahim Abdul Rahman

63

FINANCIAL DISTRESS AND BANK FAILURE:
LESSONS FROM CLOSURE OF
IHLAS FINANS IN TURKEY

SALMAN SYED ALI

64

determination of the financial strategy of islamic banks

ahmed abdel

65

Future of Islamic Banking

Sayyid Tahir

66

Governance Committee and Governance Audit Model
in Islamic Banks: How will it Resolve the Problem of
Information Asymmetry?

Fatima Abdul Hamid1

67

How Do Islamic Banks Manage Liquidity Risk?
An Empirical Survey on the Indonesian Islamic Banking Industry

Rifki Ismal

68

IMPERATIVES OF FINANCIAL INNOVATION FOR ISLAMIC BANKS

Abdullah M Noman

69

Iranian Islamic banking

Ehsan Zarrokh

70

ISLAMIC AND CONVENTIONAL BANKING IN THE NINETIES: A
COMPARATIVE STUDY

MUNAWAR IQBAL

71

Islamic Bank Corporate Governance and Regulation:
A Call for Mutualization

Mahmoud A. El-Gamal

72

ISLAMIC BANKING IN BANGLADESH:
A CASE STUDY OF IBBL

Mohammed Nurul Alam

73

ISLAMIC BANKING IN BANGLADESH:
A CASE STUDY OF IBBL

Mohammed Nurul Alam

74

ISLAMIC BANKING IN THAILAND: PROSPECTS AND CHALLENGES

Sudin Haron & KuMajdi Yamirudeng

75

Islamic Banks in Jordan:
Performance and Efficiency
Analysis

Ali Salman Saleh and Rami Zeitun

76

ISLAMIC BANKS’ PROFITABILITY IN AN INTEREST RATE CYCLE

Anouar Hassoune

77

Islamic Corporate Governance

Mervyn K. Lewis

78

Islamic Private Banking – Now and in the Future

Thomas Gainor, Partner

79

Issues in Fiqh al-Zakat : Implications for Islamic
Banking and Finance

Assoc. Prof. Dr. Sayed Sikandar Shah

80

LACK OF PROFIT LOSS SHARING IN ISLAMIC BANKING:
MANAGEMENT AND CONTROL IMBALANCES

Humayon A. Dar and John R. Presley

81

Liquidity Risk Management: A comparative study between Conventional and
Islamic Banks of Pakistan

Muhammad Farhan Akhtar, Khizer Ali, Shama Sadaqat

82

Management of Market Risk
in Islamic Banks: A Survey

Abul Hasan and Antonious Antoniou

83

Measuring The Efficiency of
Islamic Banks: Criteria, Methods
and Social Priorities

Zubair Hasan

84

Measuring the Perceived Service Quality : An
Empirical Study of Islamic Banks in the UAE

Dr. Obaid Saif Hamad Ali al Zaabi

85

MODELING MONETARY STABILITY UNDER DUAL BANKING
SYSTEM: THE CASE OF MALAYSIA

Ahmad Kaleem

86

Monetary Operations and
Government Debt Management
Under Islamic Banking

Sundararajan, David Marston and Ghiath Shabsigh

87

Origin and Development of
Commercial and Islamic Banking Operations

ABDELKADER CHACHI

88

COST, REVENUE, AND PROFIT EFFICIENCY OF ISLAMIC
VERSUS CONVENTIONAL BANKS: INTERNATIONAL
EVIDENCE USING DATA ENVELOPMENT ANALYSIS

MOHAMMED KHALED I. BADER
SHAMSHER MOHAMAD
MOHAMED ARIFF

89

Perceptions and Attitudes Towards Islamic Banking
& Finance Evidence from Australia

Mahmood Nathie

90

PERCEPTIONS OF MALAYSIAN CORPORATE CUSTOMERS
TOWARDS ISLAMIC BANKING PRODUCTS & SERVICES

Norafifah Ahmad & Sudin Haron

91

Prudential Regulation of
Islamic Banks: An Analysis of
Capital Adequacy Standards

Mansur A. Noibi

92

REGULATION OF ISLAMIC BANKING IN BANGLADESH :
ROLE OF BANGLADESH BANK

Abdul Awwal Sarker

93

REMEDY FOR BANKING CRISES:
WHAT CHICAGO AND ISLAM HAVE IN COMMON

VALERIANO F. GARCÍA

94

REMEDY FOR BANKING CRISES: WHAT CHICAGO
AND ISLAM HAVE IN COMMON: A COMMENT

MABID ALI AL-JARHI

95

Risk-Return Analysis of Islamic Banks’
Investment Deposits and Shareholders’ Fund

Prof. Dr. Saiful Azhar Rosly

96

SHARÔÑAH COMPLIANCE OF ISLAMIC BANKING:
A COMPARISON BETWEEN MALAYSIA AND INDONESIA

Agus Triyanta

97

STAKEHOLDERS MODEL OF GOVERNANCE
IN ISLAMIC ECONOMIC SYSTEM

ZAMIR IQBAL

98

Strategic Directions for
Developing an Islamic Banking
System

Rukhsana Kalim and Suleman Aziz Lodhi

99

Technical and Cost Efficiency of
Islamic Banking in Malaysia

Hamim S. Ahmad Mokhtar, Naziruddin Abdullah and S. Musa AlHabshi

100

The Adoption of the UK Finance
Bill Proposals on Islamic Finance
into Islamic Banking in Australia

Abu Umar Faruq Ahmad and M. Kabir Hassan

101

THE CASE FOR UNIVERSAL BANKING AS A
COMPONENT OF ISLAMIC BANKING

MABID ALI AL-JARHI

102

The Controllability and Reliability of Monetary
Policy in Dual Banking System:
Evidence from Indonesia

Hylmun Izhar

103

THE EFFICIENCY OF ISLAMIC BANKING
INDUSTRY: A NON-PARAMETRIC ANALYSIS
WITH NON-DISCRETIONARY INPUT VARIABLE

FADZLAN SUFIAN

104

The Efficiency of the Islamic
Banking Industry in Malaysia:
Foreign vs. Domestic Banks

Fadzlan Sufian

105

The Ideal of Islamic Banking:
A Survey of Stakeholders’
Perceptions

Asyraf Wajdi Dusuki

106

The Internal Shari'a Supervision Activities in
Islamic Bank : A Case Study at BPRS Bakti
Makmur Indah Sidoarjo, Indonesia

Noven Suprayogi

107

THE MULTI DIMENSIONALITY OF CARTER MODEL TO MEASURE
CUSTOMER SERVICE QUALITY (SQ) IN ISLAMIC BANKING INDUSTRY:
A STUDY IN KUWAIT FINANCE HOUSE

AbdulQawi Othman
Lynn Owen

108

The Performance of Islamic Banking :
A Maqasid Approach

Mustafa Omar Mohammed

109

THE PERFORMANCE OF MALAYSIAN ISLAMIC BANK
DURING 1984-1997: AN EXPLORATORY STUDY

Abdus Samad & M. Kabir Hassan

110

The Role of Rate of Return on Loans
in the Islamic Banking System of Iran

Seyed-Nezamaddin Makiyan

111

The Theory and Practice of
Islamic Management Style: The
Experience of Bank Muamalat
Indonesia

M. Luthfi Hamidi

112

THE X-EFFICIENCY IN ISLAMIC BANKS

M. KABIR HASSAN

113

Three Decades of
Experimentation: Rethinking
the Theory of Islamic Banking

Mohammed Boudjellal

114

البنوك الإسلامية بين حراسة وظيفة المال
وانتهاآها

Prof. Dr. Salih Al Zanki

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