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Prof. Dr. Salina Kassim


IIUM Institute of Islamic Banking and Finance

International Islamic University Malaysia

Islamic social finance, Islamic finance-economy nexus, Islamic financial inclusion, Women empowerment, Monetary economics

Dr Salina has a great passion in writing scholarly articles in various areas of Islamic banking and finance. She has published extensively in academic journals with nearly 200 scholarly articles in the areas of her research interests. She has also published several books mainly in the areas of Islamic finance. In recognition to her dynamic role as a subject matter expert, she has been appointed as member of the editorial boards of several reputable international and local journals. At present, she is supervising (and has supervised) nearly 80 post-graduate candidates at the PhD and Masters levels. She has also served as internal and external examiners for Masters and PhD theses in several universities, apart from being appointed as Adjunct Professor, Visiting Research Fellow and trainer atmore...

• PhD in Economics, International Islamic University Malaysia, August 2006 • Master in Economics, University of Missouri-St. Louis, USA, February 1995 • Bachelor in Economics, University of Arizona, Arizona, USA, September 1993 • University Teknologi Mara-Indiana University Preparatory Program, 1989-1991

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  1. Kamarudin, Ainatul Aqilah and Duasa, Jarita and Kassim, Salina and Imon, Riasat Amin (2023) Takaful-growth nexus before and after the implementation of IFSA 2013: empirical evidence from Malaysia. International Journal of Islamic Banking and Finance Research, 11 (1). pp. 50-60. ISSN 2576-4136 E-ISSN 2576-4144
  2. Saifurrahman, Adi and Kassim, Salina (2023) Regulatory issues inhibiting the financial inclusion: a case study among Islamic banks and MSMEs in Indonesia. Qualitative Research in Financial Markets. pp. 1-22. ISSN 1755-4179
  3. Sidi, Mohamed Khalifa and Kassim, Salina (2023) Investigation of constituent determinants of financial inclusion: evidence from Mauritania. International Journal of Economic Policy in Emerging Economies, 17 (4). pp. 524-538. ISSN 1752-0452 E-ISSN 1752-0460
  4. Saifurrahman, Adi and Kassim, Salina (2023) Enhancing the MSME Islamic financial inclusion in Indonesia: an institutional theory perspective. Journal of Accounting and Finance, 23 (2). pp. 6-25. ISSN 2158-3625
  5. Martiana, Andri and Yunita, Ani and Jauhari, Sobar M. and Kassim, Salina and Wong, Wing-Keung (2023) First stage evaluation of ISSuFiRs: Partners’ Financial Report Monitoring System by Islamic Financial Cooperatives (BMT) in Indonesia. In: International Conference on Environment and Smart Society, Yogyakarta, Indonesia.
  6. Rapi, Muh Zul Hazmi and Kassim, Salina (2023) Perception and intention to participate in microtakaful scheme among Indonesians: an application of Ajzen’s theory of planned behavior. Journal of Islamic Monetary Economics and Finance, 9 (1). pp. 133-166. ISSN 2460-6146 E-ISSN 2460-6618
  7. Ratnasari, Ririn Tri and Prajasari, Anniza Citra and Kassim, Salina (2023) Does religious knowledge level affect brand association and purchase intention of luxury cars? Case of the Lexus cars in Indonesia. Journal of Islamic Marketing, 14 (4). pp. 988-1006. ISSN 1759-0833
  8. Zulfikri, Zulfikri and Kassim, Salina and Othman, Anwar Hasan Abdullah (2023) A conceptual framework of the blockchain technology adoption for zakat institution in Indonesia. European Journal of Islamic Finance, 10 (1). pp. 16-23. E-ISSN 2421-2172
  9. Sidi, Mohamed Khalifa and Kassim, Salina (2023) Is religion important in predicting attitude and intention towards adopting Islamic banking? Evidence from Mauritania. Journal of Muamalat and Islamic Finance Research, 20 (1). pp. 24-34. ISSN 1823-075X E-ISSN 2948-5266
  10. Ismail Mohamed, Kadra and Kassim, Salina (2023) Islamic public–private partnership model for Djibouti geothermal project financing: conceptual framework based on maqasid al-shariah. International Journal of Business and Economy, 5 (2). pp. 54-68. E-ISSN 2682-8359
  11. Hidayat, Achmad and Kassim, Salina (2023) The digital banking services: a selection model from Islamic banks. International Journal of Islamic Business, 8 (1). pp. 41-58. E-ISSN 0127-662X
  12. Hamat, Mustapha and Haneef, Mohamed Aslam and Mohammed, Mustafa Omar and Kassim, Salina (2023) A reflection of Divine-based Islamic Economics (D-BIE). Journal of Islamic Finance, 12 (1). pp. 109-115. E-ISSN 2289-2117
  13. Md Ariffin, Kartina and Kassim, Salina and Redzuan, Nur Harena (2023) Waqf microtakaful: practical implications and viability assessment in the context of takaful industry in Malaysia. Journal of Islamic Finance, 12 (1). pp. 48-58. ISSN 2289-2109 E-ISSN 2289-2117
  14. Rezeki, M. Rafi and Abd Majid, M. Shabri and Kassim, Salina (2023) The effect of e-service quality on e-loyalty of Islamic banking customers: does e-satisfaction act as mediator? Jurnal Ekonomi & Keuangan Islam, 9 (2). pp. 228-245. E-ISSN 2614-6908
  15. Muhammad, Niaz Makhdum and Kassim, Salina and Mahadi, Nur Farhah and Engku Ali, Engku Rabiah Adawiyah (2023) Role of Islamic microfinance in enhancing financial inclusion in Bangladesh: a systematic literature review. In: Islamic Sustainable Finance, Law and Innovation. Contributions to Management Science . Springer Nature, Switzerland, pp. 105-116. ISBN 978-3-031-27859-4
  16. Imaduddin, Muhammad and Kassim, Salina (2023) Developing conceptual framework for public–private partnership projects via mobilization of Islamic finance in Indonesia. In: Islamic Sustainable Finance, Law and Innovation. Contributions to Management Science . Springer Nature, Switzerland, pp. 57-81.
  17. Zulfaka, Auni and Kassim, Salina (2023) Roles of Islamic financial literacy on financial decision-making: building a conceptual framework based on the theory of planned behavior and social cognitive theory. In: Islamic Sustainable Finance, Law and Innovation. Contributions to Management Science . Springer Nature, Switzerland, pp. 255-266. ISBN 978-3-031-27859-4
  18. Ghaouri, Mohamed Hamza and Kassim, Salina and Zakariyah, Habeebullah and Othman, Anwar Hasan Abdullah (2023) Al-gharimin agency: A new wing of Islamic social finance. Journal of Islamic Social Finance, 1 (1). pp. 24-39. E-ISSN 3009-0687
  19. Harkati, Rafik and Alhabshi, Syed Musa and Kassim, Salina (2023) The structure-performance Nexus and efficiency in the Malaysian banking sector. Turkish Journal of Islamic Economics, 10 (2). pp. 73-98. ISSN 2587-232X
  20. Hamdan, Nur Hazirah and Kassim, Salina and Mustapha, Nur Diyana and Seman, Shahri Abu (2023) Structure analysis of Islamic microfinancing, social capital and ICT usage towards on women micro-entrepreneurs’ performance in Malaysia. In: From Industry 4.0 to Industry 5.0. Studies in Systems, Decision and Control (470). Springer Science and Business Media Deutschland GmbH, Switzerland, pp. 163-181.

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10Islamic finance and economic growth: the Malaysian experience766
11Banks, stock market and economic growth in developing countries: a re-assessment using panel cointegration approach 762
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15Competition between conventional and Islamic banks in Malaysia revisited720
16Debt taking and charity-giving among low-income households: strengthening resilience in Islamic perspective706
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19Foreign portfolio investment inflows and economic performance in Malaysia: a disaggregated analysis699
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23Responses to Interest Rate Changes: A Comparison between Domestic and Foreign Commercial Banks in Malaysia688
24Key factors influencing women micro-entrepreneurs to use Ar-Rahnu: evidence from Siti Khadijah’s Market, Kelantan685
25The role of bank loans and deposits in the monetary transmission mechanism in Malaysia 685
26Protecting the pawners: appraising the role of Ministry of Urban Wellbeing, Housing and Local Government678
27Waqf forest: how waqf can play a role in forest preservation and SDGs achievement?675
28Impact of the 2007 US financial crisis on the emerging equity markets674
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