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The Journal of Finance and Islamic Banking limited only publishes articles related to two major themes: Islamic finance and Islamic banking. First, Islamic finance includes all submissions related to Islamic finance only. Specifically, it is divided into two, namely Islamic monetary and microfinance. Islamic monetary can be broken down into a variety of examples of topics such as the Islamic monetary system, sharia capital markets, ZISWAF (Zakat, Infaq, Sadaqah, and Waqf), dinar, and Islamic capital market. Subsequently, submissions related to sharia microfinance can be illustrated on a variety of topics related to sharia microfinance institutions, including Baitul Maal wa Tamwil (BMT).

The second major theme is Islamic banking. The study of Islamic banking includes all submissions related to Islamic banking, be it management, marketing, accounting, products, systems, and others. Specifically, the theme of Islamic banking is translated into various examples, such as the role of Islamic banks in macroeconomics, the funding of Islamic banks, Islamic banks products, IT systems, e-money, and the entrepreneurship programme of Islamic banks.