The journal provides a dynamic forum for the advancement of accounting and business knowledge based on Shari’ah and publishes articles on the interplay between Islamic business ethics, accounting, auditing and governance, in promoting accountability, socio-economic justice (adl) and everlasting success (al-falah). It seeks to inform, among others, current theoretical and empirical research and practice in Islamic accounting, auditing and corporate governance, management of Islamic organisations, accounting regulation and policy for Islamic institutions, Shari’ah auditing and corporate governance, and financial and non-financial performance measurement and disclosure in Islamic institutions.
All styles of research, theoretical and empirical, as well as practice papers that are well written and falling within the journal's scope, are generally welcomed by the journal.
- Development of accounting, auditing and corporate governance concepts based on Shari’ah
- Socio-political influence on accounting and auditing regulation and policy making for Islamic financial institutions and organizations
- Historical perspectives on Islamic accounting and auditing
- Critical analysis on issues and challenges on accounting disclosure and measurement, Shari’ah audit and corporate governance
- Controls and risks in Islamic organisations
- Financial and non-financial performance measurement and disclosure
- Contemporary issues and challenges in Islamic accounting, auditing and corporate governance practices
- Issues related to Shari’ah Supervisory Board
- Islamic research methodologies
- Islamic business ethics
- Management, leadership and governance of Islamic business organisations
- JIABR is the only journal that offers a platform for publishing both theory and practice of Islamic accounting, auditing and business research beyond Islamic banking, finance and economics. Therefore, it is timely to launch a journal in this fast developing area.
- JIABR will keep you abreast of developing trends in the field.
Key Journal Audiences
- Established scholars and early career researchers interested in exploring ideas and practices related to accounting, auditing and corporate governance based on Shari’ah principles.
- Professionals who work within accounting, legal and financial sectors.
- Managers involved in Islamic business organisations.
- Students pursuing studies in Islamic business ethics, accounting and auditing.
Journal of Islamic Accounting and Business Research is Indexed and Abstracted in:
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