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The IEIFF @ ECO-ENA, Inc. sponsors The Canadian Journal of Islamic Economics & Islamic Finance; CJIEIF: ISSN 2292-0579  (On-line): Library & Archive Canada

The Forum of Islamic Economics, Islamic Finance, and Religious Studies @ ECO-ENA: Economics & ECO-Engineering Associate, Inc. adopts research & policy analysis in the field of Islamic economics, Islamic finance, and Religious studies in general. It holds its annual conference to collect intellectual material in Islamic economics, Islamic finance and religious economics and it helps in publishing highly qualified research work in this area in its annual journal (Canadian electronic edition). It also provides consultations, training, and workshops in the field of Islamic Economics & Islamic Finance. 

 

CJIEIF: The Canadian Journal of Islamic Economics & Islamic Finance
The Canadian Journal of Islamic Economics & Islamic Finance: ISSN: 2292-0579 Library & Archive Canada
 

Editorial Board:  (Alphabetically)

  • Dr. Akbar Manoussi (Professor)
  • Professor of Business and Management, Carleton University
  • Ottawa, Ontario, Canada
  • President, Canadian Higher Education Corporation
  • Email: manoussi@magma.ca
  • URL: LinkedIn Profile
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  • Dr. Amir Kia (Professor)
  • Professor of Economics
  • The Wallace R. Woodbury Professorship in Economics
  • Editor-in-Chief, The Journal of Business Inquiry
  • Finance & Economics Department
  • Utah Valley University, USA
  • E-mail: akia@uvu.edu
  • Website: www.uvu.edu/profpages/akia
  • Dr. Cenap Cakmak (Professor)
  • Professor of International Law and Politics
  • Department of International Relations
  • Eskişehir Osmangazi University
  • Meselik Campus, Eskisehir, Turkey
  • Visiting Professor; Max Planck Institute for Comparative Public Law and International Law
    Heidelberg, Germany

    E-mail:cenapcakmak@yahoo.com
  • Website: http://iibf.ogu.edu.tr/uluslar/ccakmak.htm
  • Dr. Habib Ahmed (Professor)
  • Sharjah Chair in Islamic Law & Finance
  • Institute of Middle Eastern & Islamic Studies
    School of Government & International Affairs
    Durham University
    The Al-Qasimi Building
    Elvet Hill Road
    Durham DH1 3TU
    UK
    Email: drhahmed@gmail.com

    Website:http://www.dur.ac.uk/sgia/profiles/?id=6304
  • Dr. Mamdouh Hamza Ahmed (Professor)
  • Professor of Risk Management & Insurance
  • King Saud University,
    Faculty of Business Administration
    Department of Finance
  • Fellow of the American Risk & Insurance Management Society (RIMS).
    Email:
    mhahmed@yahoo.com
  • Website: http://fac.ksu.edu.sa/mhahmed/home
  • Dr. Monzer Kahf (Professor)
  • Prof. of Islamic Finance and Economics
  • Qatar Faculty of Islamic Studies
  • Shaikh Hamad bin Khalifa University
  • Qatar Foundation
  • POB 34110 Doha Qatar
  • Email: monzer@kahf.com
  • Website:http://monzer.kahf.com/about.html
  • Dr. Sadegh Bakhtiari (Professor)
  • Professor of Islamic Finance at Islamic Azad University, Khorasgan, Isfahan, Iran 
  • Email: bakhtiari_sadegh@yahoo.com
CJIEIF: The Canadian Journal of Islamic Economics & Islamic Finance

The Canadian Journal of Islamic Economics & Islamic Finance: ISSN: 2292-0579 Library & Archive Canada

 

Call for Papers:

The Canadian Journal of Islamic Economics & Islamic Finance; ISSN: 2292-0579 (On-line): Library & Archive Canada is a new peer-reviewed journal published by ECO-ENA: Economics and ECO-Engineering Associate, Inc., Canada.

The aim of the journal is to publish articles which contribute new research in all areas of Islamic Economics, Islamic Finance, and related religious Economics, Business, and Finance. The goal of this journal is to publish intellectual academic material in this area to add significantly to all fields related to Economics, Business and Finance.

Authors are invited to contribute to the journal by submitting papers in Islamic Economics, Islamic Finance, Jewish Economics & Finance with a comparison to Islamic Economics, All religious Economic areas with a comparison with Islamic Economics. In addition to all related business academic areas related to Islamic Economics, Business, and Finance.

Papers should be submitted in Word (.doc) format to gmohamed@eco-ena.ca and publications@eco-ena.ca with the names, affiliations and contact email addresses of the authors shown on the first page only. A corresponding author should be identified. Papers should be not more than 8,000 words and should include an abstract of between 100 and 150 words. A bibliography must be included and all references must be in accordance with Harvard Referencing System conventions. Papers must not have been submitted to or accepted for publication by any other journal.

Dr. Ghada G. Mohamed

Founder of the Journal & Editor-in-Chief 

 

Submit your paper to islamic-forum@eco-ena.ca and to publications@eco-ena.ca

 

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Robert J. Bianchi, Michael E. Drew and Mahmood Nathie,

Shariah Compliant Stock Indexes: A Long-Term Perspective

 

Samir Srairi, 

Risk, Capital and Efficiency in GCC Banking: Conventional Versus Islamic Banks

 

Norma Md. Saad

Comparative Analysis of Customer Satisfaction on Takaful and Conventional Insurance in Malaysia

 

 

New - Our Journals are related to our conferences - Papers should be discussed in our intellectual symposium to be edited depending on received comments during the conferences - Considered after October 1st, 2016    

Best 3- papers of our annual conference of Islamic Economics & Islamic Finance would be considered for publication at our Canadian Journal of Islamic Economics & Islamic Finance: ISSN 2292-0579  (On-line): Library & Archive Canada

 

 

 

 

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