Islamic Economics, Finance, and Banking Review

Islamic Economics, Finance, and Banking Review (IEFBR) is a journal published by Universitas Ahmad Dahlan, Yogyakarta, twice a year (March and September). As the name implies, this journal brings two major themes, namely Islamic Finance and Islamic Banking. The journal invites researchers, scholars, and practitioners to submit articles to the management team. Articles submitted will be published after being verified and modified to suit the standard international journals. IEFBR limited only publish articles related to two major themes that have been mentioned. First, Islamic finance includes all submissions related to Islamic finance only. 

Specifically is divided into two, namely Islamic monetary and microfinance. Islamic monetary can be broken down into various examples of topics such as the Islamic monetary system, sharia capital markets, Islamic philanthropy (Zakat, Infaq, Sadaqah, and Waqf) so forth. Subsequently, sharia microfinance submissions can be illustrated in various topics related to sharia microfinance institutions, sharia cooperation, and baitul maal wa tamwil (BMT). The second major theme is Islamic Banking. The study of Islamic banking includes all submissions related to Islamic banking: management, marketing, accounting, product, systems, etc. Specifically, Islamic banking's theme translated into various examples such as Islamic banks' role in macroeconomics, funding of Islamic banks, Islamic banks products, systems technology, entrepreneurship program of Islamic banks, etc.

Besides limited to two major themes above, this article prioritizes posts that have a value interesting discussion. The attractiveness of the indicators measured in content writing contains IMRaD (Introduction, Method, Research, and Discuss). The articles do not classify journals, whether qualitative or quantitative, as long as the text does not contain plagiarism. We do not receive articles published in other journals before. All submitted manuscripts will be initially reviewed by editors and evaluated by a minimum of two national reviewers through the double-blind review process. This is to ensure the quality of the published manuscripts in the journal.