7th ASEAN Universities International Conference on
Islamic Finance (AICIF) 2019

UNIVERSITY OF DARUSSALAM GONTOR

PONOROGO, EAST JAVA INDONESIA

2019

Event Date

3-5 December 2019

Location

University Of Darussalam Gontor

Hotline

+62 822 8198 8840

Send Us an Email

atikamasrifah@unida.gontor.ac.id

INTRODUCTION

The development of Islamic economic and financial concerns not only commercial issues, but also social finance (such as zakah, infaq and waqf). Since the Prophet Muhammad Rasulullah era, Waqf has been developed and plays a major role in the socioeconomic of Muslim. Whenever the Prophet recognized any need in his society, he immediately met it by creating waqf to provide this need and encouraging his companions to create waqf to meet those needs. On his arrival at Madinah in the first year of Hijrah, when the Prophet felt the need for Muslim place to pray, he constructed a mosque known as Quba. The Prophet built a new mosque known as Masjid an-Nabawi because of the increased number of people who became Muslim. The Prophet encouraged Utsman ibn ‘Affan to buy Rumah well of water and make it a waqf to provide water for all. Currently, this heritage has been extended to accommodate the need of society as waqf.

The waqf performance had a downturn. The government destroyed the waqf property and the secular system changed them. It was around 1924 when the Khilafah Utsmaniyah (Ottoman Empire) collapsed. Although the Turkish Republic thoroughly destroyed the cash waqfs, many real estate waqf survived. Today, despite the massive destruction process, there are many waqf heritage in the world and the number is steadily increasing.

In the healthcare sector, it was known that Spain did not charge a single person in the hospital in Andalusia. The waqf covered the operating costs of that hospital. In the field of education, the University of Al Azhar in Cairo is a good example of the important role played by a waqf, where students received free knowledge and even a decent cost of living and lecturers received from the return of the invested capital of a cash waqf. Waqf’s resilience has made a significant comeback. The waqf has proven that it can address modern needs. Recently, many people have paid much attention to the Waqf discussion.

 

Focus Areas

1.      Historical of Islamic Social Finance and Its Fundamental in Islamic Perspective;

2.      Strengthen Economic Development Towards a Global Industrial Revolution in Islamic Perspective;

3.      The Role of Sharia Governance and Regulatory Framework in Islamic Social Finance to Strengthen Economic Development;

4.      Harmonize the Growth and Resilience of Islamic Social Financial System in the Light of Modern Finance;

5.      Enhance the Islamic Social Finance for Financial System Stability Purposes;

6.      Comparing Islamic Social Finance to the Contemporary Practice;

7.      Innovations in Islamic Social Finance Instruments in the Light of Modern Finance;

8.      Measuring and Assessing Islamic Social Finance to Strengthen Economic Development;

9.      Determinants of Islamic Social Finance in a Global Industrial Revolution;

10.  The Roles of Islamic Digital Economy, Islamic E-commerce and Islamic Fintech in Strengthening Economic  Development;

11. Determinants of Sharia Compliance Criteria for Islamic Social Finance toward Maqashid Sharia Framework: Approach and Methodology;

12.  Dynamism and Mechanism of Islamic Social Finance in the Light of Modern Finance.

Submission Guidelines

A. Paper Submission

All papers should be submitted by using the online system at https://submit.confbay.com/conf/aicif2019. Paper submissions must comply with the following guidelines:

1. Paper must be in Microsoft Word format. Do not submit ZIP files.
2. Full paper should not exceed 30 pages, A4, 1 spacing, TNR 12
3. Abstract is recommended to be between 100-200 words. Please limit the use of

     acronyms, abbreviations and references in the abstract.
4. Keywords for the article: 3-5 keywords is sufficient
5. Symbol and equation must be written using Microsoft Equation
6. Referencing: we recommend Harvard referencing system. Reference must be written

     using Reference Software (Latex, Mendeley, etc)
7. The language of paper will be in ‘English’. A limited number of papers will be allowed

     to be presented in Arabic
8. The paper must contain:

     – Introduction (Research background and objectives)

     – Literature review (Theory and related previous study)

     – Methodology (Data, Method of Estimation Technique and Model)

     – Result and Analysis

     – Conclusion (Conclusion and recommendation).

As separate attachments on the submission form, please upload the following:

  1. – Maximum 100 word biography of each author detailing educational background and
  2.   relevant work experience. This may be used in conference brochures in case the paper
  3.   is accepted.
  1. – High-quality picture of author should be uploaded. This may be used in conference
  2.   brochures in case the paper is accepted.
  1. – PDF copy of corresponding author’s passport should be uploaded. This is for visa
  2.    purposes in case the paper is accepted.

A. Final Paper Submission

Authors whose first drafts have been submitted before the deadline and accepted will be invited to submit final drafts of their research papers based on the peer-reviewer’s recommendations for revision.

We are in the process of developing publication opportunities in Proceedings indexed by scopus and edited book volumes as well as special issues in several selected journals, further information will be provided.

"REVIVAL OF ISLAMIC SOCIAL FINANCE TO STRENGTHEN ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT TOWARDS A GLOBAL INDUSTRIAL REVOLUTION"

Programme Schedule

Day 1: Tuesday, December 3, 2019

Time

Agenda* tentative

08.00 – 08.30

Registration (30”)

08.30 – 08.45

Recitation of Holy Qur’an, Indonesia Raya & Hymne oh Pondokku (15”)

08.45 – 08.55

Opening Speech by Rector of UNIDA Gontor (10”)

08.55 – 09.25

Keynote Speech by President of Republic Indonesia (30”)

09.25 – 09.30

Photo Sessions & Token of Appreciation (5”)

09.30 – 11.30

PLENARY SESSION 1:

Speaker:

1. President of IIUM, Datuk Dr. Mohd. Daud Bakar (30”)

2. Prof. Monzer Kahf (30”)

3. Q & A (60”)

11.30 – 13.00

Lunch Break and Dhuhur Prayer (90”)

13.00 – 14.45

PARALLEL SESSION 1A:

Venue: 4th Floor, Main Hall of UNIDA Gontor Building

Panelist: Prof. Khalaf Sulaiman Shalih Annimary (Saudi)

PARALLEL SESSION 1B

Venue: 3th Floor, Main Hall of UNIDA Gontor Building

PARALLEL SESSION 1C

Venue: 2nd Floor, Hall of Shiroh, UNIDA Gontor

PARALLEL SESSION 1D

Venue: 2nd Floor, Hall of UNIDA Inn Hotel, UNIDA Gontor

PARALLEL SESSION 1E

Venue: 1st Floor, Hall of CIOS, UNIDA Gontor

Presenter:

– Paper Presenter 1 – 5 (@15”) & Q & A (30”)

14.45 – 15.00

Coffee Break

15.00 – 16.45

PARALLEL SESSION 2A:

Venue: 4th Floor, Main Hall of UNIDA Gontor Building

PARALLEL SESSION 2B

Venue: 3th Floor, Main Hall of UNIDA Gontor Building

PARALLEL SESSION 2C

Venue: 2nd Floor, Hall of Shiroh, UNIDA Gontor

PARALLEL SESSION 2D

Venue: 2nd Floor, Hall of UNIDA Inn Hotel, UNIDA Gontor

PARALLEL SESSION 2E

Venue: 1st Floor, Hall of CIOS, UNIDA Gontor

Presenter:

– Paper Presenter 1 – 5 (@15”) & Q & A (30”)

16.45 – 19.00

Break

19.00 – 22.00

Welcoming Dinner in BPPM Gontor with Pimpinan Pondok Modern Darussalam Gontor Ponorogo

Day 2: Wednesday, December 4, 2019

Time

Agenda

07.30 – 08.00

Registration and Coffee Morning (30”)

08.00 – 09.45

PARALLEL SESSION 3A:

Venue: 4th Floor, Main Hall of UNIDA Gontor Building

PARALLEL SESSION 3B

Venue: 3th Floor, Main Hall of UNIDA Gontor Building

PARALLEL SESSION 3C

Venue: 2nd Floor, Hall of Shiroh, UNIDA Gontor

PARALLEL SESSION 3D

Venue: 2nd Floor, Hall of UNIDA Inn Hotel, UNIDA Gontor

PARALLEL SESSION 3E

Venue: 1st Floor, Hall of CIOS, UNIDA Gontor

Presenter:

– Paper Presenter 1 – 5 (@15”) & Q & A (30”)

09.45 – 11.30

PARALLEL SESSION 4A:

Venue: 4th Floor, Main Hall of UNIDA Gontor Building

PARALLEL SESSION 4B

Venue: 3th Floor, Main Hall of UNIDA Gontor Building

PARALLEL SESSION 4C

Venue: 2nd Floor, Hall of Shiroh, UNIDA Gontor

PARALLEL SESSION 4D

Venue: 2nd Floor, Hall of UNIDA Inn Hotel, UNIDA Gontor

PARALLEL SESSION 4E

Venue: 1st Floor, Hall of CIOS, UNIDA Gontor

Presenter:

– Paper Presenter 1 – 5 (@15”) & Q & A (30”)

11.30 – 13.00

PARALLEL SESSION 5A:

Venue: 4th Floor, Main Hall of UNIDA Gontor Building

PARALLEL SESSION 5B

Venue: 3th Floor, Main Hall of UNIDA Gontor Building

PARALLEL SESSION 5C

Venue: 2nd Floor, Hall of Shiroh, UNIDA Gontor

PARALLEL SESSION 5D

Venue: 2nd Floor, Hall of UNIDA Inn Hotel, UNIDA Gontor

PARALLEL SESSION 5E

Venue: 1st Floor, Hall of CIOS, UNIDA Gontor

Presenter:

– Paper Presenter 1 – 4 (@15”)

– Q & A (30”)

09.00 – 12.00

Executive Meeting of AICIF Co-organizer

Venue: 2nd Floor, Senate Meeting Hall, Main Building UNIDA

12.00 – 13.00

Lunch Break and Dhuhur Prayer (90”)

13.00 – 15.00

PLENARY SESSION 2:

Speaker:

1. Prof. Dr. Murat Çizakça (30”)

2. Prof. Dr. Mehmet Bulut (30”)

3. Q & A (50”),Token of Appreciation, Closing of the 7th AICIF (5”)

15.00 – 19.00

Break

19.00 – 22.00

Farewell Dinner in 1st Floor, Lobby of Main Building UNIDA Gontor

Announcement for Best Paper

Our Co-Organizer

Important Dates

Full Paper Submission        : 23 October 2019

Acceptance Notification     : 7 November 2019

Camera-ready Paper Deadline   : 23 November 2019

Conference Date                  : 3 – 5 December 2019

Ticket & Hotel

Local hospitality (lunches and dinners) will be provided during the conference. Please note that participants are responsible for their own accommodation.

Participants may opt to stay at the same hotel as the conference venue or choose among the wide variety of accommodations offered in the surrounding area.

Contact Us

  • Royyan Ramdhani Djayusman (royyan@unida.gontor.ac.id)
  • Eko Nur Cahyo (eko.nurcahyo@unida.gontor.ac.id)
  • Atika R Masrifah (atikamasrifah@unida.gontor.ac.id)
  • Hartomi Maulana (mhartomi@unida.gontor.ac.id)