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Authors in Islamic Finance

This list attempts to categories authors by fields. The procedure is to look at all their papers announced in a NEP report. If 5 or more have appeared in a report, authors are considered to be working within that field. For authors whose first paper is less than 10 years old, having 25% of the papers announced in NEP be announced in this report is sufficient. Note that a paper may appear in several reports.

Below are authors identified to be in the following field: NEP-ISF (Islamic Finance). See the top institutions and authors in this field. ? signals authors with whom we have lost contact and are seeking a current email address.


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Arikha, Dahlia
B
Ben Amar, Amine
G
Gunarso, Gatot Hadi
H
Hasan, Zubair
J
Jouini, Fathi
K
Korkut, Cem Kusnadi, Jamal Udin
M
Mujahidin, Muhamad
N
Nashihah, Faidatun Norfairuz, Nurjanah
O
Olah, Daniel
P
Putra, Adhitya
R
Ramsito, Ramsito Ratulangi, Nur
S
Seho, Mirzet Supardi, Wustol Bahri Susamto, Akhmad Akbar
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