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2ND ISLAMIC FINANCE, BANKING & BUSINESS ETHICS GLOBAL CONFERENCE 2017
18 – 19 APRIL 2017
SASANA KIJANG, KUALA LUMPUR, MALAYSIA.
RISK SHARING ISLAMIC FINANCE: CHALLENGES, INNOVATION AND LEADERSHIP
CALL FOR PAPER
The Islamic finance sector has experienced exponential growth in the last few decades. Islamic banking institutions are now established in over 50 countries and account for more than 15% of the financial landscape in most of these countries. The success of the Islamic financial industry is all the more evident since it has come during a period when the conventional financial industry was experiencing a crisis. From the Olympic village in London to Burj Khalifa in Dubai, shariah-compliant investments are making inroads on a global scale. The global Islamic financial assets stand at USD2 trillion with Pakistan and Malaysia at the forefront. With nearly one-fifth of the banking sector in the two countries reliant on the Islamic financial services with double digit annual growth, he potential of Islamic financial services is huge. International centre for Education in Islamic Finance (INCEIF) and Suleman Dawood School of Business are now jointly-organising the 2nd Islamic Finance Banking and Business Ethics Global Conference. The conference will be held on18- 19 April 2017 at Lanai Kijang, Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia. This conference aims to bring together the research output of scholars and professional that focuses on the growth and development of Islamic finance and enable them to present their research papers/ideas to a broader audience.
We invite abstracts under two categories, i.e., Research Papers, and Teaching Cases/Case Studies on the following topics. This is an indicative, non-exhaustive list:
Sasana Kijang: Sasana Kijang, a centre of knowledge and learning excellence established by Bank Negara Malaysia in 2011, embodies the Bank’s commitment for the development of thought leadership and for regional and international collaboration in central banking and financial services. The centre represents the Bank’s continuous drive for talent development through effective learning initiatives as well as creating a conducive environment to promote best practices in central banking.
WHO SHOULD ATTEND
Academicians, postgraduate and research students, professionals from business organisations, professional associations and other interested parties
Selected Papers will be invited for possible submission to “Economic Modelling” (ABDC-A). The submission will follow the standard journal review process.
PROF DR ABBAS MIRAKHOR received his Ph.D. in Economics from Kansas State University in 1969. After teaching at various universities in the USA and in Iran he joined the staff of the Research Department of the IMF in 1984. He became an Executive Director of the IMF from 1990 until his retirement in 2008. He is the author of a number of articles and books on Islamic economics and finance. He is now the first holder of the INCEIF Chair in Islamic Finance.
PROF DR PARESH KUMAR NARAYAN is an Alfred Deakin Professor at the Deakin Business School and Director of the Centre for Financial Econometrics at Deakin University. He is a co Editor-in-chief of Economic Modelling, Associate Editor of Finance Research Letters and Studies in Economics & Finance, Subject Editor of Journal of International Financial Markets Institutions and Money and Guest Editor of the Journal of Banking & Finance and Energy Economics.
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