JIFA (Journal of Islamic Finance and Accounting), (e-ISSN: 2615-1774; p-ISSN: 2615-1774), is a peer-reviewed open-access journal published TWO TIMES a year (May & November) by the Department of Sharia Accounting Faculty of Islamic Economics and Business UIN Raden Mas Said Surakarta Indonesia in collaboration with Ikatan Akuntan Indonesia (IAI) Kompartemen – Kompartemen Akuntan Pendidik (IAI-KAPd) (see the MoU manuscript). Our aim is to publish innovative scholarly inquiry of contemporary issues concerning on 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. Moreover, 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.
JIFA was first published in 2018 with twice per year of frequency in May and November. Currently, this journal has been accredited by the Indonesian Ministry of Research, Technology and Higher Education (RistekDikti) of the Republic of Indonesia in SINTA (Achieving SINTA 4) since August 3, 2020. The recognition was published in Director Decree (SK No. 148/M/KPT/2020), effective until 2023.
Vol. 5 No. 1 (2022): Article in Press
This issue is still in progress for the regular issue of Volume 5 No 1 2022. All articles and abstracts here are final version and have already been fully citable.
Islamic governance, sharia supervisory board, environmental performance, and Islamic social reporting: Evidence from Indonesia1-14Abstract View : 159Download :143
Exploring the predictors of zakat compliance in the community of farmers15-28Abstract View : 208Download :148
What drives the disclosure of corporate philantrophy? An Indonesian context29-39Abstract View : 59Download :68
How do Baitul Maal Wat Tamwil empower Micro, Small and Medium Enterprises amidst COVID-19 pandemic? A case of Indonesia40-50Abstract View : 68Download :72