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Vol 5 No 1 (2024): International Journal of Sukuk and Waqf Research

Journal Full Title: International Journal of Sukuk and Waqf Research; Journal Abbreviation: IJSWR; Journal ISSN (Print): 2770-6532; Journal ISSN (Online): 2770-6540; DOI Prefix: 10.46281/ijswr; Journal Frequency: Continuous Publication; Article Acceptance Percentage: 50%; Publication Ethical Guide: Committee on Publication Ethics (COPE)’s; Peer-Review Policy: Double-Blind (External); Copyright and Licensing: The Author(s)Creative Commons Attribution 4.0-International License; Publication Policy: Open-Access Journal; Authors' Geographical Diversity: International; Editorial Members' Geographical Diversity: International;  Publish Mode: Publish-as-you-go; Business Model: Gold Open Access; Editors: Professor Dr. Chokri Kooli scopus-1.png  Associate Professor K. M. Anwarul Islam scopus-1.png Citation Analysis: Scopus | Web of Science |  Google ScholarDimensions

Published: 2024-01-07

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Aims & Scope

International Journal of Sukuk and Waqf Research (IJSWR) is a double-blind peer-reviewed international journal for Sukuk and Waqf Research academics. The initiative is the result of close cooperation between "CRIBFB" and "Sukuk and Waqf Society [Affiliated Societies]".  The subject areas include, but are not limited to, the following fields:

  • Islamic Financial Certificate
  • Islamic Bond
  • Tangible Asset
  • Sukuk Valuation
  • Sukuk Sharia-Compliant
  • Sukuk Involves Asset Ownership
  • Bond Profitability
  • Trust Certificate
  • Waqf
  • An Islamic endowment of property
  • Trust and charitable or religious
  • Muslim religious or charitable foundation
  • Islamic finance, banking, business, and management
  • Created by an endowed trust fund etc.

Subject Area – Economics, Econometrics and Finance. Subject Category – General Economics, Econometrics and Finance (2000).