Prof. Dr. Syed Abdul Hamid Aljunid
Qualification:PhD in Agricultural Economics, University of Wisconsin, USA (1980)
Fields/Area of Specialization:Economic Thought, Ethics and Economics, Business Ethics, and Corporate Governance
Prof. Dr. Syed Abdul Hamid Aljunid lectures in Ethics and Governance at INCEIF. His area of research includes economic thoughts, ethics and economics, business ethics and corporate governance. He conducts research and training of trainers programs on ethics and governance. He is a member of many professional and government funded autonomous organisations in Malaysia and advices on ethics and governance issues. He has been a member of the panel of experts for The Malaysian Institute of Integrity (MII), since 2012.

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  • Authors: Shamsudheen, Shinaj Valangattil (2018)

  • While ample emphasis has been given to the juristic (fiqh) aspects of Shariah compliance in Islamic banking and finance, relatively little has been attempted to explore its ethical dimensions (akhlaq) in the compliance parameters. Further, Shariah compliance has been product centric rather than people-centric. This is evident in view of recurring unprincipled events reported in the Islamic banking and finance industry where its ethical standing is under public scrutiny. Given this undesirable circumstance, this study intends to examine the factors determining decision-making behaviour in Islamic banking related to ethical issues as defined by the Ferrell and Gresham (1985) contingency...

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  • Authors: Aljunid, Syed Abdul Hamid (2017)

  • The development of Islamic finance can be traced back to the establishment of the first Islamic bank in Malaysia, Bank Islam Malaysia Berhad, in 1983. This chapter explores the various phases in the development of Islamic banking in Malaysia, including its future path in the coming decades. References will be made to the initiatives of the public and private sectors in contributing to the development of the Islamic banking industry. Coupled with the background of an open economy, opportunities for cross fertilisation have enabled the restructuring of the Islamic banking industry to meet the challenges of global competition. Available in physical copy only (Call Number: HG 3368 A6 I...

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  • Authors: Hamour, Mohamed (2016)

  • The purpose of this study is to initiate a drive towards standardisation of Islamic finance terminology for academic use, encourage the use of search engine data in Islamic finance research and create a methodology for choosing research keywords special to Islamic finance. Islamic finance terminology is defined for the purposes of this study as the Arabic/Islamic terms unique to Islamic finance literature written in English. Because of its organic evolvement across different geographical regions, there is no standard spelling of these Islamic finance terms (IFTs) ... Kindly email to kmc@inceif.org to access the item.

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  • Authors: Alias, Tunku Alina (2011)

  • The claim of this thesis is that the waqf is not just a religious institution, but is an economic institution capable of contributing to economic growth. Accordingly, this thesis enquires into three questions: what factors led to this centralization process in Malaysia and its undesirable results, why we should care to change the situation, and what would be the solution to enable the waqf to achieve its full economic potential in this country. The objective of this thesis is to find a modern and efficient governance framework for waqf institution in Malaysia so that it can fulfill its intended purpose ...

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  • Chapter in Book


  • Authors: Aljunid, Syed Abdul Hamid (2011)

  • The chief of Bank Negara, the central bank of Malaysia, at the ceremony to mark the establishment of the International Center for Education in Islamic Finance in 2006, alluded to the fast growth of the Islamic finance industry during the previous ten years. This observation is all the more relevant as the industry was in the process of being integrated within the international financial system as shown by the increasing demand for Shari'ah (Islamic common laws)-compliant products and services that had been desined over some four decades.

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  • Industry Article


  • Authors: Aljunid, Syed Abdul Hamid (2011)

  • Ethics and ethical judgments are often referred to in day-to-day conversations but rarely unmistakably understood in terms of how they support our position when making decisions or choices that usually involve conflicting interests, benefits and the rights or well-being of others. Professionals have to consider their clients and leaders have to deal with the direction of the organization and the often conflicting claims of shareholders and stakeholders. We as citizens have to be guided by the law so that our self interests do not go against that of others and cause hardship or harm in the process. Ethics are relevant in social or interpersonal interactions. We can't escape having to d...

Prof. Dr. Syed Abdul Hamid Aljunid
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Qualification: PhD in Agricultural Economics, University of Wisconsin, USA (1980)
Fields/Area of Specialization: Economic Thought, Ethics and Economics, Business Ethics, and Corporate Governance
Prof. Dr. Syed Abdul Hamid Aljunid lectures in Ethics and Governance at INCEIF. His area of research includes economic thoughts, ethics and economics, business ethics and corporate governance. He conducts research and training of trainers programs on ethics and governance. He is a member of many professional and government funded autonomous organisations in Malaysia and advices on ethics and governance issues. He has been a member of the panel of experts for The Malaysian Institute of Integrity (MII), since 2012.
Showing results 1 to 8 of 8
  • item.jpg
  • PhD


  • Authors: Shamsudheen, Shinaj Valangattil (2018)

  • While ample emphasis has been given to the juristic (fiqh) aspects of Shariah compliance in Islamic banking and finance, relatively little has been attempted to explore its ethical dimensions (akhlaq) in the compliance parameters. Further, Shariah compliance has been product centric rather than people-centric. This is evident in view of recurring unprincipled events reported in the Islamic banking and finance industry where its ethical standing is under public scrutiny. Given this undesirable circumstance, this study intends to examine the factors determining decision-making behaviour in Islamic banking related to ethical issues as defined by the Ferrell and Gresham (1985) contingency...

  • chapter_6_trajectory_of_islamic_banking_in_Malaysia_Syed_Abdul_Hamid.pdf.jpg
  • Chapter in Book


  • Authors: Aljunid, Syed Abdul Hamid (2017)

  • The development of Islamic finance can be traced back to the establishment of the first Islamic bank in Malaysia, Bank Islam Malaysia Berhad, in 1983. This chapter explores the various phases in the development of Islamic banking in Malaysia, including its future path in the coming decades. References will be made to the initiatives of the public and private sectors in contributing to the development of the Islamic banking industry. Coupled with the background of an open economy, opportunities for cross fertilisation have enabled the restructuring of the Islamic banking industry to meet the challenges of global competition. Available in physical copy only (Call Number: HG 3368 A6 I...

  • item.jpg
  • Master


  • Authors: Hamour, Mohamed (2016)

  • The purpose of this study is to initiate a drive towards standardisation of Islamic finance terminology for academic use, encourage the use of search engine data in Islamic finance research and create a methodology for choosing research keywords special to Islamic finance. Islamic finance terminology is defined for the purposes of this study as the Arabic/Islamic terms unique to Islamic finance literature written in English. Because of its organic evolvement across different geographical regions, there is no standard spelling of these Islamic finance terms (IFTs) ... Kindly email to kmc@inceif.org to access the item.

  • item.jpg
  • PhD


  • Authors: Alias, Tunku Alina (2011)

  • The claim of this thesis is that the waqf is not just a religious institution, but is an economic institution capable of contributing to economic growth. Accordingly, this thesis enquires into three questions: what factors led to this centralization process in Malaysia and its undesirable results, why we should care to change the situation, and what would be the solution to enable the waqf to achieve its full economic potential in this country. The objective of this thesis is to find a modern and efficient governance framework for waqf institution in Malaysia so that it can fulfill its intended purpose ...

  • human capital development in islamic finance_syed hamid.pdf.jpg
  • Chapter in Book


  • Authors: Aljunid, Syed Abdul Hamid (2011)

  • The chief of Bank Negara, the central bank of Malaysia, at the ceremony to mark the establishment of the International Center for Education in Islamic Finance in 2006, alluded to the fast growth of the Islamic finance industry during the previous ten years. This observation is all the more relevant as the industry was in the process of being integrated within the international financial system as shown by the increasing demand for Shari'ah (Islamic common laws)-compliant products and services that had been desined over some four decades.

  • ethics_governance_time_reflection_syed_abdul_hamid_september_2011.pdf.jpg
  • Industry Article


  • Authors: Aljunid, Syed Abdul Hamid (2011)

  • Ethics and ethical judgments are often referred to in day-to-day conversations but rarely unmistakably understood in terms of how they support our position when making decisions or choices that usually involve conflicting interests, benefits and the rights or well-being of others. Professionals have to consider their clients and leaders have to deal with the direction of the organization and the often conflicting claims of shareholders and stakeholders. We as citizens have to be guided by the law so that our self interests do not go against that of others and cause hardship or harm in the process. Ethics are relevant in social or interpersonal interactions. We can't escape having to d...