World Congress on Islamic Economics and Finance
Conference call for papers from Humanomics
Istanbul Sabahattin Zaim University (IZU)
And Academy of Islamic Studies , University of Malaya (APIUM), July 10-16, 2017
- See this link for more information: http://portal.um.edu.my/mainpage.php?module=LamanSta
1. July 10-13, 2017: Summer School in Islamic Economics and Finance
Topics to be determined by IZU on new dimensions of Islamic Economics and Finance.
2. July 13-14, 2017: Consilience : Religion and Science
Consilience is a social and scientific term meaning unity of knowledge. By the term science in this forum of face-to-face discussion the socio-scientific field encompasses natural and social sciences. Within this field is economics, sociology, culture, education, religion; and their interaction with analytical dynamics. The emergent methodology arising from such a broad-based understanding of science and its interface with the specific topic of religion opens up serious dialogue that combines abstraction with empirical/practical applications. Presenters can discuss all issues and problems in the broad area of consilience.
3. July 15-16, 2017: International Conference in Islamic Economics and Finance
New areas of research and practitioner perspectives in Islamic Economics and Finance:
• Theory and methodology of the field of Islamic economics and finance;
• abstraction, methodology, and the axiomatic science of Islamic economics and finance;
• Topics in the applications and practice of Islamic economics and finance;
• Institutional aspects of Islamic economics and finance: policy coordination;
• Islamic economic and financial coordination;
• Financial integration and a blueprint of the ummah in terms of money, finance, and the real economy, macroeconomic stabilization;
• Trade and socioeconomic development;
• Human resource development and technological change;
• Financing of life-fulfilment regimes of development.
Presented paper in all sections of the congress will be reviewed for publication in any of the three academic outlets:
- Journal of Islamic Economics and Finance (IZU)
- Humanomics, International Journal of Systems and Ethics (SCOPUS, Web of Science ESCI, Australian Business Deans Council Journal Ranking List)
- Journal of Ethics, Economics, Finance, and Society (JEEFS), Cambridge Scholars Publication, Cambridge, UK.
- Expensives will be borne by participants
- Use these guidelines when writing your paper: Author Guidelines
Please send the papers to either of the following: