JIFA (Journal of Islamic Finance and Accounting) openly welcomes scholars, academicians, researchers, policyholders, lecturers, and practitioners to submit their high-quality research articles that correspond to the focus and scopes. This journal concerns on two primary areas, Islamic Finance and Accounting.
- The topic of Islamic finance limits its discussion on Islamic monetary and sharia microfinance such as Islamic monetary system, sharia capital market, sharia banking, financial technology, Islamic philanthropy (Zakat, Waqf, Sadaqah, etc.) and Sukuk.
- The theme of accounting directs the discourses about development of accounting concepts, Islamic accounting, behavioural accounting, auditing, taxation, forensic accounting, and public sector accounting. Papers on accounting issues relating to developing in other fields such as finance, economics, small-medium enterprises, and government operations are also welcome.
By promoting the current issues of these areas, JIFA represents an excellent forum for highlighting the profile of Islamic finance and accounting research on both national and international levels.