Title

Islamic banking: past, present and future

Submission Type

Paper Presentation

Abstract/Description

Islamic banking literature has been growing rapidly in the last decade. The aim of this paper is to carry out a retrospective bibliometric review in order to reveal the influential actors (countries, institutions, journals, authors) and identify the most important streams of research. Through a review and an objective analysis of 1304 articles dealing with Islamic banking for the period 1983-2021, we apply citation, keywords, co-authorship analysis and bibliographic coupling, using VOSviewer software, R package and Biblioshiny, in order to perform our bibliometric review. We then examine and discuss the 4 most important research streams: (1) overview, growth, and legal framework of Islamic banks, (2) Islamic banks performance and risk management practices, (3) customer and marketing perspective of Islamic banking, (4) dynamics of efficiency in Islamic banks. We finally identify the research gaps, that can be the base for the future research agenda.

Session Chair

Dr. Mohamed Eskandar Shah Mohd. Rasid, Associate Professor, Hamad Bin Khalifa University (HBKU)

Session Host

Dr. Rizwan Malik, Head, Standards Implementation & Strategic Developments AAOIFI, Bahrain

Start Date

31-5-2022 3:45 PM

End Date

31-5-2022 4:00 PM

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Islamic banking: past, present and future

Islamic banking literature has been growing rapidly in the last decade. The aim of this paper is to carry out a retrospective bibliometric review in order to reveal the influential actors (countries, institutions, journals, authors) and identify the most important streams of research. Through a review and an objective analysis of 1304 articles dealing with Islamic banking for the period 1983-2021, we apply citation, keywords, co-authorship analysis and bibliographic coupling, using VOSviewer software, R package and Biblioshiny, in order to perform our bibliometric review. We then examine and discuss the 4 most important research streams: (1) overview, growth, and legal framework of Islamic banks, (2) Islamic banks performance and risk management practices, (3) customer and marketing perspective of Islamic banking, (4) dynamics of efficiency in Islamic banks. We finally identify the research gaps, that can be the base for the future research agenda.