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  • 1. 1 9th International Conference on Islamic Economics and Finance Growth, Equity and Stability: An Islamic Perspective LINKING RESEARCH WITH POLICIES WOW Convention Center Istanbul, Turkey 9 - 10 September 2013 THE PROGRAM 8.00-8.30 Registration Plenary Sessions 1 (Room: Yakut) 8.30-9.00 Opening and Welcome SESRIC, IRTI, QFIS, IAIE Prof. Sava Alpay, Prof. Azmi Omar, and Prof. Tariqullah Khan 9.00-10.30 Islamic Economics - is there a discipline? How can its content contribute to making policies work in the OIC Region? Chairman: Dr. Abdullah Qurban Al Turkistani, Dean, Institute of Islamic Economics, KAAU Panelists: Prof. Nejatullah Siddiqi, Prof. M.U.Chapra , Prof. Volker Nienhaus, Prof. Adem Esen, Prof. Nevzat Yalnta, Prof. Monzer Kahf. 10.30-11.00 Coffee and networking break

2. 2 11.00-13.00 Work Sessions Session 1: Islamic Economics in Theory and Practice Chair: Nejatullah Siddiqi | Room: Mercan First vs. Second Generation Islamic economists: Deviations and Differences in Thoughts (Abdul Azim Islahi) Constructing Islamic Economics As a Scientific Discipline: Some Foundational Challenges (Hafas Furqani) Mawlana Mawdudi and the Genesis of Islamic Economics (Arshad Zaman) The Development of Islamic Finance: Reflecting the Achievement and Direction (Mohamad Akram Laldin; Hafas Furqani) The Effect of Scarcity Thinking on Human Wants Among Muslims: The Case of Malaysia (Amir Wahbalbari; Zakaria Bahari; Norzarina Mohd-Zaharim) Re-defining Islamic Economics (Asad Zaman) Session 2: Socio-economic Justice and Human Development Chair: Prof. Ahmet Tabakolu | Room: Lapis The Meaning of the Terms Commerce and Trade in the Holy Quran (Adem Esen) Socio-economic Justice and Poverty: An Islamic Perspective Based on Imam Ali's Teachings in Nahj al-Balagha (Amin Mohseni-Cheraghlou) Justice as Truth: From the Dyad Hukm/Haqq to Islamic Economics and Finance (Valentino Cattelan) The Integrated Development Index (I-DEX): A New Comprehensive Approach to Measuring Human Development (Ruzita Mohd Amin; Selamah Abdullah Yusof; Mohamed Aslam Haneef; Mustafa Omar Muhammad; Gapur Oziev) United Nations Millennium Development Goals (UN MDGs) and the Arab Spring: Shedding Light on the Preludes? (Evren Tok; Nancy Elbassiouny; Sofia Samper) Session 3: Financial Industry and Debt Chair: Prof. M. Kabir Hassan | Room: Turkuaz Valuation of Islamic debt Instruments, the Sukuk: Lessons for Market Development (Mohamed Ariff Syed Mohamed; Meysam Safari) Fragility of Interest-Based Debt Financing: Is it Worth Sustaining a Regime Uncertainty? (Mughees Shaukat; Abbas Mirakhor; Noureddine Krichene) 3. 3 Indexing Government Debt to GDP: A Risk Sharing Mechanism for Government Financing in Muslim Countries (Syed Aun Raza Rizvi; Shaista Arshad) The Impact of Islamic Debt on Company Value (Fitriya Fauzi; Stuart Locke; Abdul Basyith; Muhammad Idris) Session 4: Chair: Abdulrahim Alsaati | Room: Akuamarin )1112-2012 ( . . : ) ( . : ( .:. ) ) ( .. ) ( .: ( . : ) Session 5: Chair: Abdullah Al Turkistani | Room: Kalsedon ) ( .. : )- ( . : ) ( .. : : ( .:. ) ) ( . .. : 13.00-14.30 Prayer and Lunch 14.30-16.30 Work Sessions Session 6: Shariah Issues Chair: Mohamad Akram Laldin | Room: Mercan Gold Investment in Malaysia: Its Operation, Contemporary Applications and Shariah Issues (Hafizi Ab Majid; Noreha Halid; Norzalita Abdul Aziz; Hawati Janor) 4. 4 Shariah Compliance of Palestinian Islamic Banks Exploring the Gap Between Customers' and Professionals' Opinions (Nael Yousif Sayed Ahmad) The Critique Of Islamic Hire Purchase Instrument And its Improvement (Nurfadhlina Binti Abdul Halim; Saiful Hafizah Binti Jaaman) Objectives of Shariah (Maqasid Al-Shariah): The Theory of Maqasid-Cum-Masalih and Their Application in Islamic Banking Products and Services (Wan Sulaiman Bin Wan Yusoff) Session 7: Novel Approaches to Challenging Issues Chair: Masudul Alam Choudhury | Room: Lapis Performance at Risk: Another Approach to Value at Risk for Islamic Finance (Alioune Diagne) Financing Cost and Risk Sharing in Islamic Finance A New Endogenous Approach (Amrani Faycal) Issues and Challenges for Developing an Islamic Inter-bank Benchmark in Pakistan (Suleman Muhammad Ali) Pricing Benchmark for Islamic finance: A Possible Alternative Revisited (Choudhary Wajahat Naeem Azmi; Mohsin Ali) Composite Profit-Sharing-Formulas for Musharaka Financing (Volker Nienhaus) Session 8: Empowerment through Zakah and Waqf # 1 Chair: Shinsuke Nagaoka | Room: Turkuaz The Myth of Poverty Alleviation through Microcredit and Devising an Alternative Using Zakat Scheme in Bangladesh (Sajit Chandra Debnath) The Use of Charitable Endowments in Effective Water Resource Management, Using a Case Study From Cape Town, South Africa (Gaathier Mahed; Raaghieb Najjaar; Wazeer Essop; Riedewaan Anthony) Measuring Performance of Awqaf Institutions: A Proposal (Miranti Kartika Dewi; Shahul Hameed Mohamed Ibrahim; Ilham Reza Ferdian) Financial Exclusion and Saving Motives in Brunei: A Need to Re-define Zakat & Awqaf Institutions (Hasnol Salleh) Session 9: Islamic Financial Services: International Perspectives Chair: Salman Syed Ali | Room: Akuamarin Exploring the Demand Conditions for Islamic Banking/Participation Banks in Turkey: A Longitudinal Analysis through Political Economy Perspectives (Saduman Okumus; Mehmet Asutay) Causal Link Between Islamic and Conventional Banking: Evidence from Turkish Banking Sector (Mutahhar Erturk, Serkan Yuksel) 5. 5 The Challenges of Conventional Banking Practice and Prospects of Introducing an Islamic Bank to Tajikistan (Ashurov Sharofiddin) Islamic Financing and Bank Characteristics in a Dual Banking System: Evidence from Malaysia (Muhamed Zulkhibri) Session 10: Chair: Dr. Mohammed El-Gammal | Room: Kalsedon ) ( .. : ) ( .:. ( .:. ) ) ( .. : ) ( .. : 16.30-16.45 Coffee and Prayer break 16.45-18.15 Work Sessions Session 11: Workshop on Integration of Waqf and Islamic Microfinance Institutions for Poverty Reduction Chair: M. Aslam Haneef | Room: Mercan In this workshop, outcome of the joint research by IIUM and SESRIC will be presented on an integrated Waqf based IMF model to optimize the use of combined resources of Waqf and IMF institutions in OIC member countries by raising the following questions: What are the challenges in channeling Waqf resources via Microfinance institutions/NGOs or other related institutions? How to address various challenges of Islamic microfinance (cost of capital, access to capital, equity based modes of transaction etc.) through the integrated model? To what extent can waqf resources contribute to human resource development? How can Takaful tackle personal risk, business risk of the clients? How can Project Financing contribute to the economic welfare of the clients? How viable is the integrated model to address the aforementioned issues? What will be the challenges in implementing the integrated model in practice and how to solve those? How this model can be presented as a product for poverty alleviation? 6. 6 Speakers: Prof. Ataul Huq Paramanik, Dr. Mustafa Omar Mohammed, Dr. Aliyu Dahiru Muhammad, Md. Fouad Bin Amin Integration of Waqf Islamic Mircrofinance Model for Poverty Reduction: The Case of Bangladesh (Mohamed Aslam Haneef; Ataul Huq Pramanik; Mustafa Omar Mohammad; Fouad Amin; Aliyu Dahiru Mohammed) Organized by SESRIC and IIUM. Scholars, experts and other interested individuals are cordially invited. Session 12: Islamic Business Ethics, Morality Chair: Prof. Asad Zaman| Room: Lapis Determinants of Ethical Identity Disclosure Among Malaysian and Bahrain Islamic Banks (Rashidah A Rahman; Nursyatilla Saimi) Firm Performance and Maqasid al-Shari'ah's Pentagon-shaped Ethical Measurement (Walid Mansour; Houssemeddine Bedoui; Fadul Abdulkarim) The Nature of Business Social Ethics in Mainstream and Islamic Worldviews (Masudul Alam Choudhury) Session 13: Risks and Stability of Islamic Financial Services Industry Chair: ------- | Room: Turkuaz The Role of Islamic Banks Subsidiaries in the Transmission of Liquidity Shocks Across Countries (Mili Mehdi) Liquidity Crisis: Are Islamic Banking Institutions More Resilient? (Moazzam Farooq; Sajjad Zaheer) Islamic Finance and Financial Stability: A Review of the Literature (Ahmed Belouafi; Chaouki Bourakba; Karima Saci) Basel Accord III -Implication for the Financing Behaviour of Islamic Banks (Huma Ayub) Session 14: Risks, Volatility, Returns and Hedging Chair: Mohamed Ariff Syed Mohamed | Room: Akuamarin "Credit default-sharing": New Islamic Financial Instruments for Hedging Default Risk (Nader Naifar) Sukuk Structure with Embedded Options as a Risk Mitigation (Roslina Mohamad Shafi; Nur Afizah Arifin; Norhana Salamudin) Risk and Return Characteristics of Islamic Equity Funds (Raphie Hayat; Roman Kraeussl) Portfolio Volatility of Islamic and Conventional Stock: The Case of Indonesia Stock Market (Aldrin Herwany; Erie Febrian) Session 15: Some Evidence on Stability, Growth and Inclusiveness Chair: Ercument Aksak | Room: Kalsedon 7. 7 Performance of Market Discipline in Financial Crisis: The Case of Islamic and State-owned Banks in Indonesia (Erie Febrian) Islamic Finance and Economic Growth: The Malaysian Case (Amine Ben Amar; Njib Hachicha) Estimating Expected Returns on Mudaraba Time Deposits of Islamic Banks (Zeynep Topaloglu Calkan) Access To Finance And Investment: Does Profit Sharing Dominate Debt? (Mahmoud Sami Nabi) Session 16: Chair: | Room: Kuvars ) 3 ( .:. ) ( . : ) ( . : ( .: 19:30 Dinner at Istanbul Sabahattin Zaim University Campus 8. 8 Day 2 8.30 9.30 Plenary Session 2 (Room: Yakut) Empow