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Call for Papers: International Islamic Accounting and Finance Conference 2012 (KL)




International Islamic Accounting and Finance Conference 2012

Theme: Steering Innovations And Competitiveness in A Dynamic Economy: New Frontiers, New Lessons” option=com_conf&acid=56&Itemid=1

IIAFC 2012 is organized by Accounting Research Institute (ARI), together with its co-organizes, the Faculty of Accountancy, Universiti Teknologi MARA, Malaysia; Indonesian Islamic University (IIU), Jogjakarta, Indonesia; Centre of Islamic Banking & Finance, Royal Docks Business School, University of East London, United Kingdom; and Elshaarani Centre for Islamic Business and Finance, Aston University, Birmingham, United Kingdom.

The conference will act as a platform in giving opportunities for participants to network and share experiences in a unique inter-disciplinary environment among Islamic Accounting and Finance practitioners, academicians and other professionals who interested in this area. This event will also invite paper presenters to publish their work in the selected journals.

Topics for this conference include, but are not limited to:

  • Islamic Accounting
  • Shari’ah Auditing
  • Ethical Issues in Islamic Financial Institutions and Financial Markets
  • Islamic Finance and Banking
  • Strategic Management from the Islamic Perspective
  • Accounting for Takaful
  • Comparative Study of Islamic & Conventional Accounting
  • Taxation and Zakat Accounting
  • Intellectual Capital in Islamic Organizations
  • Waqaf and Sadaqah
  • Islamic Microfinance
  • Reporting issues in Islamic Organizations
  • Corporate Social Responsibility from the Islamic perspective
  • Corporate Governance
  • Human Governance
  • Assurance in Halal Product Producers
  • Cost & Management Accounting
  • Islamic Accounting Theory
  • Accounting Education
  • Internal Audit in Islamic-based entities
  • External Audit in Islamic-based entities
  • Forensic Accounting from the Islamic perspective



  1. Full Paper Deadline: 30 June 2012
  2. Acceptance Notification: 31 August 2012
  3. Camera-ready Paper Deadline: 30 September 2012
  4. Early Bird Deadline: 7 September 2012
  5. Participant Registration Deadline: 30 September 2012

Leadership Program on High Performance on Islamic Finance (November 16 -22, 2012, Madina, KSA)

‘Islamic Finance is one of the fastest growing segments of the financial services industry, growing at an annual rate of 15 percent. Interest in the underlying principles of Islamic Finance and the opportunities it offers is at an all-time high because of the resilience it showed during the recent downturn. With investments surpassing the $1 trillion mark, Islamic Finance represents an enormous potential for businesses. With Islamic financial institutions becoming a mainstream part of the global financial architecture it is vital that regulators, policymakers, and financial services professionals are ahead of their game and have the skills and tools to stay competitive in this growing market. This exciting new program will include world-renowned subject matter experts from Harvard, IE Business School, Durham and Oxford, industry leaders, scholars and CEOs from the Islamic Development Bank, Fajr Capital, World Islamic Economic Forum, McKinsey & Co., PwC, HSBC, International Islamic University Malaysia, and International Islamic Liquidity Management will help you develop yourself and rub shoulders with other successful executives in the industry and provide you with the necessary gears to engage in this growing sector strategically.’

Madinah Institute for Leadership and Entrepreneurship

Concept of Time in Islamic Economics (e-Book)




By: Ridha Saadallah

Vol 2-1..Ridha Saadallah..CONCEPT OF TIME..dp copy

Some Observations on the Question of RIBA and the Challenges Facing Islamic Banking




By: Ibrahim F. I. Shihata

The Text of the Historical Judgment on Interest given by the Supreme Court of Pakistan (2000)

By: M. Taqi Usmani

Click to access riba_judgement.pdf


The Controversy Over Time Value for Money Among Contemporary Muslim Economists




By: Shamim Ahmad Siddiqi

Click to access c100.pdf

The Controvery Over Time Value of Money Among Contemporary Muslim Economists

Time Value of Money and Discounting in Islamic Perspective Re-Visited





By: Monzer Kahf

Time Value of Money and Discounting in the Islamic Perspective Re-Visited

Islamic Banking and Finance in Theory and Practice: A Survey of the State of the Art




Islamic Banking and Finance in Theory and Practice- A Survey of State of the Art

The Time Value of Money and Discounting in the Islamic Perspective



By: Anas Zarqa

Time Value of Money and Discounting in the Islamic Perspective

Fiscal Policy and Resource Allocation in Islam (e-Book)





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