International Journal of Islamic Economics and Governance (IJIEG)

TInternational Journal of Islamic Economics and Governance (IJIEG) he International Journal of Islamic Economics and Governance (IJIEG) is a peer-reviewed journal to disseminate quality research from across the world in the field of economics, business management, commerce, and finance, with an emphasis on Islamic perspective. IJIEG is sponsored and published by International Center for Research in Islamic Economics (ICRIE) and School of Islamic Economics Banking and Finance, Minhaj University, Lahore, Pakistan.

ICRIE has the aim to provide an active platform to the researchers, authors and pen wilders to share their innovative and value added ideas, thoughts, solutions, and knowledge through this platform in the form of scholarly writings. The ICRIE journal of “International Journal of Islamic Economics and Governance” (IJIEG) publishes articles that report empirical research, both quantitative and qualitative, that expands knowledge about Islamic Economics, Islamic Monetary Economics, Islamic Social Finance, and Islamic Banking and Finance practices. Editors will consider manuscripts that make significant contributions to the literature in Islamic Economics and also Islamic banking and finance related studies. IJIEF Welcomes Research in relation to (but not limited to) the Following Areas:

  • Islamic Economics
  • Islamic Monetary Economics
  • Islamic Models of Macroeconomics
  • Islamic Money Market
  • Islamic Commercial Law
  • Business Ethics in Islamic Perspective
  • Islamic Social Finance (Zakat, Waqf, Charity)
  • Labor and welfare economics
  • Development Zakat and awqaf Institutions
  • Fintech, Blockchain, and Innovative Islamic Financial Models
  • Fundamentals of Islamic Banking and Finance reflecting trends and opportunities
  • Risk management in Islamic Finance, Corporate finance
  • Islamic Corporate governance
  • Compliant Management styles and strategies in Shariah
  • Historical Background of Islamic Banking and Finance
  • Investment strategy under Islamic Finance
  • Housing finance by Islamic Financial Institutions (IFIs)
  • Customer relationship management and service quality (IFIs)
  • Islamic Political economy
  • Analysis of Islamic and conventional financial institutions
  • Islamic capital markets
  • Takaful and Risk Management