Review of Knowledge Framework and Conceptual Structure of Islamic Banking

Authors

  • Basheer Hussein Motawe Altarturi Hebron University, Palestine
  • Mousa Abdul Karim Ajouz Palestine Ahliya University

DOI:

https://doi.org/10.52747/aqujie.1.2.80

Keywords:

Islamic Banking; Bibliometrix R package; Systematic Bibliometric Analysis

Abstract

Islamic banking is a multidisciplinary field that integrates banking and fiqh muamalat using mathematical, statistical, computational, and economic models. Islamic banking is dependent on the development of Islamic financial transactions for its growth. Islamic banking applications in are emerging not only as means of enhancing financial results but also as means of enhancing the sustainability and productivity of the economy. This paper aims to conduct a comprehensive systematic bibliometric analysis of Islamic banking literature. It starts by finding 3,285 documents published in the Scopus database from January 1983 to October 2021. This paper, using bibliometric analysis, describes the most significant literature, denotes the related discipline fields, and offers insight into the existing research patterns and possible future trends in Islamic banking. The financial crisis has revolutionised Islamic banking as an interesting alternative to the fragile current banking system. The findings establish a solid grounding for future research in the field of Islamic banking.

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2021-12-03

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