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THEMATIC WORKSHOP ON

 “EXPLORING ISLAMIC ECONOMIC, FINANCE, AND BUSINESS RESEARCH ISSUES

IN THE MIDDLE EAST AND SOUTH EAST ASIA”

NOVEMBER 1, 2016

JOINTLY ORGANIZED

BY

UNIVERSITY COLLEGE OF BAHRAIN

AIRLANGGA UNIVERSITY AND

TRISAKTI UNIVERSITY

 

  1. Background

Development of Islamic Economic and Islamic Finance in Indonesia and Bahrain has achieved a significant progress, as evidenced by the large number of Islamic financial institutions operating in the two countries either as banks or Non Bank financial institutions.  The two countries are Muslim majority in term of population with a level of dynamic economic development, especially in the Islamic financial industry. The development of the Islamic financial industry has to be followed by the establishment of the academic programs and the centers for the study of Islamic Economics and finance. Three of the institutions that have concern with this aspect are University College of Bahrain, Airlangga University in Indonesia, and TriSakti University in Indonesia. The two countries certainly have problems and challenges facing their Islamic financial industry. The diverse issues and problems can potentially be further explored in order to be known and researched more comprehensively in order to find solutions simultaneously through scientific ways.

Thus, the University College of Bahrain, a renown private university dedicated to provide a professional business education, the Airlangga University which is one of the largest state Universities in Indonesia, and the Trisakti University, which is one of the best private universities in Indonesia and the first university that introduced Islamic economics program  agreed to cooperate in conducting a thematic workshop on Exploring ISLAMIC ECONOMIC, FINANCE AND BUSINESS RESEARCH ISSUES IN THE MIDDLE EAST AND SOUTH EAST ASIA.

  1. Purpose of the Workshop

The purpose of the workshop is to serve as a primary channel of knowledge sharing and the promotion of innovation internationally. The workshop encourages experts and scholars in University College of Bahrain, Trisakti University and Airlangga University to share their research and best practice outcomes related with the innovation within their organization through presentation and publication. An important goal of the workshop is to promote learning from each other by exchanging ideas and views, and building network worldwide.

 

  1. Participants

 

·       Lecturers from Airlangga University – Economic Shariah Department – Economic and Business Faculty

·       Lecturers from Trisakti University

·       Lecturers from University College Bahrain

·       Lecturers from other universities in Bahrain

 

  1. Topic Research :

1.     Islamic Business (Marketing and Strategic)

2.     Islamic Banking

3.     Islamic Sociopreneurship

4.     Islamic Finance

5.     Islamic Economic

6.     Other relevant topics such as network security in Islamic financial institutions

Note : Presenters from each university are expected to present their research proposals and request a partner to join in the research. For example: when a lecturer from Airlangga University presents his proposal, he will ask his colleague from UCB to join as a co-author in the paper.

With that, each presenter will get new knowledge from the partner. The research’s results will ultimately be sent for publication in an International peer review journal.

 

 

 

  1. Paper Submission :

 

Each presenter is expected to submit their abstract and proposal research by latest on 8th October 2016

 

Reviewers:

1.     DR. Raditya Sukmana, SE, MA

2.     DR. Sutan Emir Hidayat, SP, MBA

3.     DR. Deasy Aseanty, SE, MM

 

All submitted papers should be typed in Times New Roman (12 point) with double-spacing and should not exceed 5,000 words. The name(s), address, contact numbers and email of the author(s) should be clearly stated in the first page. The abstract not exceeding 200 words and should provide a statement of the purpose and procedures of the study, including major conclusions of the research.

Areas covered, but not limited to:

1. Islamic Economics

2. Islamic Civilization

3. Islamic Finance

4. Islamic Business management

5. Islamic Accounting

6. Islamic Leadership

7. Other relevant topics

 

Submission and Correspondence:

Submission should be made in MS Word files format to contact person email

 

Contact Person :

1. Mr Eko Fajar Cahyono, +6285645454959 ekofajarc@feb.unair.ac.id


 Pictures From the Event


                                                    


Program Booklet.pdf


Abstract of the Papers for the Workshop :-

Dian Fillianti_The Implementation Of Analytical Hierarchy Process(AHP)_Abstract

Dina Fitrisia S_The Correlation Of The Value Of Trus And Islamic Pricing Theory_Abstract

Eko Fajar Cahyono Measuring Financial Inclusion Islamic Banking In Subsector Agriculture_abstract

Hidayat, Al-Khalifa and Almadi

PAPER journal Indah Mutya%2c Eleonora Sofilda%2c M. Zilal Hamzah

Paper Sukuk Aldrin Erie Imam 2016

Paper-Sri Herianingrum-Bahrein 2016

Polina_Nikolou

Qureshi_and_Hidayat

Sylva Alif WHO PATRONISES ISLAMIC CREDIT CARDS IN INDONESIA

BP for conference

Determinants of Islamic Banks_Raditya, Sari, Sutan_Emir

ISLAMIC MODEL OF CORPORATE GOVERNANCE AT THE ISLAMIC BOARDING SCHOOL

Economic Role of Islamic Banks in Bahrain

Bahrain Proposal-Islamic Commodity Hedging with Abstract

Meri_Zakat Distribution (for Bahrain) with ABSTRACT

Noven Suprayogi_The Effects of Market Structure and Market Conduct With Abstarct

Suherman Rosyidi_The Economics of Ihtikar with Abstract


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