The 13th International Conference on
Islamic Economics & Finance
The 7th International Islamic Monetary
Economics and Finance Conference

“Strengthening Islamic Economy and financial System in the Post
Pandemic Era, Digitalization and Sustainability”

Conference Context

The COVID-19 pandemic has been affecting the global economy since 2020, with a series of stimulus, economic aid packages, and other policy responses implemented by governments to combat the spread of the disease and to survive the recession. The unprecedented event serves as momentum to rethink an economic system that is stable, resilient, inclusive, and sustainable, along with a strong social safety net system. Rapid digital transformation supported by the rise of the sharing and collaborative economy has also contributed to a more effective and efficient resource allocation. This development has shaped a new normal for the global Islamic economy, which requires breakthrough initiatives and innovations to strengthen the ecosystem of the Islamic economy that synergizes Islamic finance, Islamic social finance, halal industries, and Islamic businesses, to achieve inclusive, resilient, and sustainable growth.

Conference Purpose

The purpose of this “Call for Papers” is to serve as the avenue for some alluring areas and questions in the field of Islamic economics and finance and to list and reiterate the topics that arise from the development of the global Islamic economy in an environment of new normal and digital transformation. The join 13th International Conference on Islamic Economics and Finance (13th-ICIEF) AND 7th International Islamic Monetary Economics and Finance Conference (7th-IIMEFC) will provide an ideal platform for dialogue and discussion among the practitioners, academics, higher degree students, researchers, as well as policymakers around the world. The aim is to discuss issues with respect to strengthening the ecosystem of the Islamic economy in the new normal, within the Islamic economics and finance frameworks.


The Sub themes of the-conference cover but not limited to the followings:

  1. New Normal, Digital Transformation, and Islamic Economy
  2. Halal Economy for Organic Growth Towards Global Value Chain
  3. Islamic Social Finance and Innovations for Productive Economy and Poverty Alleviation
  4. Islamic Financial Development and Breakthrough Innovations
  5. Risk Sharing Economy for Stability and Resiliency
  6. Islamic Entrepreneurship, MSMEs, and Startups in Smart Economy
  7. Islamic Economy and Sustainability
  8. Green Economy, Circular Economy, Business, and Clean Technologies
  9. Institutions and Islamic Economy
  10. Global Talent Development for the Digital Age in Multi-Sectors of Islamic Economy

Important Dates

Registrastion and Submission Open
1st March 2021
Deadline for Submission of Final Papers
1st August 2021
Acceptance Notification of Accepted Papers
25th September 2021
Conference Dates
25th - 27th October 2021

Submission Guidelines

  1. Keywords for the article 2 – 4 keywords are sufficient
  2. JEL Classifications: 2 – 4
  3. Only full papers along with the abstracts, maximum 10,000 words, should be submitted and follow a scientific approach, which include but not limited to:
  • Title: The title of the article should be no more than 12 words
  • Introduction
  • Literature Review
  • Methodology
  • Results and Analysis
  • Conclusion and Recommendation


  • JIMF (Journal of Islamic Monetary Economics and Finance) with rewards
  • Islamic Economic Studies
  • Review of Islamic Economics; Al-Muzara’ah
  • IJAZ (International Journal of Zakat) with rewards.

Authors are recommended to follow the guideline of the preferred Journal in its website.

Awards & Rewards

There will be Best Papers Awards with prize money
Papers accepted for publication in JIMF (Journal of Islamic Monetary Economics and Finance) will be rewarded


Papers accepted for publication in IJAZ (International Journal of Zakat) will be rewarded


Registration and submission of Full Paper
can be done electronically