e-ISSN: 2822-2326
Founded: 2021
Publisher: Social Sciences University of Ankara
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The Social Sciences University of Ankara, the publisher of the Journal of Islamic Economics (JIE), has a unique perspective on economics and Islamic economics. Our perspective starts with rebuilding economics and Islamic economics around more realistic assumptions, underlined by an economic system that is not ideal nor perpetually in stable equilibrium. In addition, decision-making in the market economy can be an investment- and productivity-based rather than debt-based. Finance must be, therefore, tightly connected with production, investment, and consumption, while the finance and commodity sectors are closely interconnected. The JIE has been launched to take part in developing a genuine perspective based on three pillars. The first is to follow an analytical approach to Islamic economics. The second is to insist upon realism while keeping analysis manageable. This particularly excludes the assumptions used under neoclassical and post-Keynesian analyses. The third is the belief that economics as a discipline needs to be reconstructed in order to accommodate other economic approaches.

Publication Period
JIE is a biannually published international journal in January and July.

Publication Language
JIE publishes articles in four languages: Turkish, Arabic, French, and English.

Target Audience
The target audience of the JIE is professionals who conduct their research in the field of economics and Islamic economics, as well as students, readers, and institutions interested in this field.

Authors own the copyright to their work published in the journal, and their work is licensed under Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial 4.0 International (CC BY-NC 4.0).

Journal of Islamic Economics is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial 4.0 International License (CC BY NC).