Journal of Iran's Economic Essays; "Jostarhaye Eghtesadiye Iran; No. 39

Published: 28 May 2024| Version 1 | DOI: 10.17632/v9ddcmdvtm.1
Journal of Economic Essays; an Islamic approach


The Journal of Iran's Economic Essays; an Islamic approach (IEE) "Jostarhaye Eghtesadiye Iran" is an open-access double-blind peer-reviewed academic semi-annual journal that publishes original research, written with an Islamic approach in various Economic areas including Islamic economics and finance, Iran's economy, Fiqh (Islamic jurisprudence) and economics, philosophy of economics, economic theory, ethics and business, Islamic banking, economic development, and social security institution in Islam. JIEE especially welcomes comparative articles that study the western and Muslim scholars' viewpoints about important economic issues to find the best answer to theoretical and applied questions and also to explore their differences and similarities with the aim of bringing them closer to each other. This journal accepts analytical articles that reread Muslim scholars' ideas according to new approaches in economics, moral philosophy, Islamic banking and finance, social security, econometrics, and Islamic economic institutions. Therefore, it aims to serve the interests of a wide range of thoughtful and academic readers, economists, philosophers, theologians, banking and finance experts and others interested in the multidisciplinary study of economics and Islam (including Fiqh "Islamic jurisprudence"). We hope that this publication creates an atmosphere of constructive dialogue on different economic topics between national and international scholars by which it could have a role in the growth of Islamic economic thought in Iran. In addition, Islamic solutions to the economic problems of Iran and the world will be examined and analyzed, and they will be presented to the policy makers to help improve the Islamic economic system. Major Topics The Journal publishes papers, including the following fields: - Islamic economics and finance; - Iran's economy; - Fiqh (Islamic jurisprudence) and economics; - Philosophy of economics; - Economic theory; - Ethics; - Islamic economic institutions - Islamic banking; - Economic development; - Social security.



Research Institute of Hawzah and University


Economics, Islam