Abdelsalam, O. and El-Komi, M. (2016) 'Islamic finance : introduction and implications for future research and practice.', Journal of economic behavior & organization., 132 (Supplement). pp. 1-3.
In our continuous and relentless endeavor to advance research in the field of Islamic finance, we present this supplement, following a highly successful one in 2014 (Abdelsalam and El-Komi 2014). This special issue expands the horizon of research on Islamic finance. For the first time, we see a good number of articles on behavioral finance and its implications for Islamic finance. Furthermore, there are now a couple of papers on financial inclusion and one paper on sovereign debt. In addition, we continue to present papers on the performance of Islamic financial institutions and capital markets. The behavioral finance papers in this supplement deal with a number of issues.
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