Kuala Lumpur, 13 April 2016 – Three papers written by INCEIF (International Centre For Education In Islamic Finance) faculty and students won Best Paper awards at the Islamic Finance, Banking and Business Ethics Global Conference (IFBBE) Global Conference held recently in Lahore, Pakistan.
The conference, held as part of the collaboration between INCEIF and Suleman Dawood School of Business, Lahore University of Management Sciences (LUMS), brought together scholars and professionals engaged in the growth and development of Islamic finance.
The three winning papers are:
- Income Structure and Stability: An Empirical Analysis of Islamic and Conventional Banks in OIC Countries- by students Mohsin Ali and Mohamed Shah, and Prof Mansor H. Ibrahim.
- A Case Study of Malaysia – by student Irum Saba, Emeritus Prof Datuk Mohamed Ariff Abdul Kareem and Assoc Prof Mohamed Eskandar Shah Mohd Rasid.
- Non-financial Traits and Financial Smartness: International Evidence from Shariah Compliant and Socially Responsible Funds – by student WajahatAzmi, and Prof Shamsher Mohamed and Assoc Prof Mohamed Eskandar Shah.
INCEIF is proud of the international recognition given to its students and faculty members.
Suleman Dawood School of Business, whose curriculum was designed in partnership with Harvard Business School cheap nfl jerseys and the University of Western Ontario, is among INCEIF’s growing list of renowned international collaborative partners across the globe.