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  • Authors: Hassan, Mohamad (2017)

  • Canada represents as well-developed high-income richly endowed with abundant natural resources and advanced technological infrastructure and high wages, which will allow them to attract FDI inflows to the country for years. This study makes an attempt to test the possible directions of causality between real exchange and FDI flows on the one hand and the impact of FDI inflows and real exchange rate on economic growth on the other, with specific reference to Canada for the period of 1970-2015. In this study, the time series technique has been employed, reinforced with co-integration, error correction modelling and variance decomposition including LRSM ...

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  • Authors: Ndiaye, Ndeye Djiba (2017)

  • Since Small and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs) are drivers of economic growth and job creation in the emerging and developing economies, it is important to develop an evidence-based understanding of factors that drive Small and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs) performance to provide an effective supply-side support. Applying the General-to-Specific modeling on World Bank Enterprise Survey data of 266 economies, this paper models five performance indicators based on 80 potential factors derived from firm characteristics, finance, informality, infrastructure, innovation and technology, regulation and taxes, trade and workforce concerning Small and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs). We fin...

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  • Authors: Ahmad Sazaki, Muhammad Luqman (2019)

  • This paper aims to exhibit how Regtech can be utilized in developing supportive, yet prudent, policies to the Islamic banking and finance sector which are aligned with the objectives of the Shari'ah. Regtech has showcased to be a powerful enabler for both regulators and market participants to collect, analyze and improve compliance to be achieved in real-time at low costs. Apart from that, the ability for Regtech and facilitating technologies to collect hard and soft data (e.g., financial information and behavioural data) provides an avenue for regulators to incorporate the ethos of Islamic finance into its policy development processes. To achieve the said objectives, this paper would...

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  • Authors: Nkoba, Malik Abdulrahman (2019)

  • The spotlight of this study is to examine the relationship between microfinance and poverty with specific focus to OIC countries and Islamic Microfinance institutions (MFls). Using an unbalanced panel dataset covering of 2,904 microfinance institutions from 120 countries and applying two econometrics techniques: Generalized method of moments (GMM) and two stage least squares instrumental variable regression, my study fails to establish the positive role of microfinance institutions in alleviating poverty. Taking into account the endogeneity problem associated with microfinance loans and domestic credit, I show that microfinance institutions neither reach the poor nor the poorest. I fi...

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  • Authors: Azganin, Hassan (2018)

  • Cash waqf has the potential to alleviate social issues and to enable awqaf organizations developing idle waqf properties and hence eliminating such problem. This can be achieved if the financial technologies solutions are embedded in waqf system. Thus, awqaf properties are facing several challenges when it comes to fundraising and transparency that we aim to resolve to efficiently ease its implementation. The main purpose of this study is to explore the potential of crowdfunding and blockchain technology in solving fundraising and transparency. This study adopts a qualitative method using semi-structured interviews with five experts and academicians in fintech and Islamic finance, mor...

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  • Authors: Adedamola, Adebumiti Qazeem (2019)

  • This thesis examines the Major Sukuk Defaults that have been experienced to date in the Islamic Capital Market. The total major cases that have been witnessed, according to Syed Ali (2016), are 10 major cases. A further dig by this study found that they are actually 11 major cases in total. Due to constraints and data availability, only 6 major cases were sampled. While previous studies have discussed Sukuk defaults from many perspectives, few attention have, so far, been given to issues in Sukuk default from a Shari'ah perspective. This study investigates some of the issues with the 6 major cases sampled from a Shari'ah perspective. Hence, the contribution of this research is germane...

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  • Authors: Hamzah, Nurrawaida Husna (2019)

  • The mainstream belief that finance contributes positively to an economy has been challenged in view of financial crises that hit economies worldwide, while the notion that Islamic finance is more stable than conventional finance has been criticised as the structure often mimic conventional financing. Amidst the rapid development of Islamic finance in Malaysia, the question of whether it contributes positively to the economy is never resolved. The present paper uses 'Islamic financing' and 'Islamic deposits' as proxies to analyse the relationship between Islamic financial development and economic growth. By employing vector error correction method (VECM) and variance decomposition (VDC...

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  • Authors: El Fadili, Imad (2019)

  • This thesis examines the role that Islamic social finance instruments can play to support the refugee crisis and its effects, faced by the Muslim community in the Netherlands. This research is the first study that is focused on Islamic social finance for refugee empowerment and integration in the Netherlands. The study highlights the entire journey of a refugee in the Netherlands, its challenges, the role of non-profit organizations as well as the opportunities for Islamic social finance. This thesis presents the Dutch Zakat and Waqf Institute (DZWI) model as a proposal to integrate zakat and waqf into the mainstream philanthropy sector in order to empower refugees. DZWI enables the M...

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  • Authors: Mohd Abdul Fatah, Fatin Nabilah (2019)

  • Malaysia has achieved access to over 90% ofschooling children and allocates a bulk of their budget to education yet the results and performance of students overall are still below average. In-depth interviews and desktop research were carried.out to understand the various issues the education system faces, focusing on the schooling, higher education and lifelong learning segments. Education is also a sector focus under social impact investment and models. Worldwide and locally, these have delivered various solutions to contribute to solving educational issues. These are explored and in light of the findings, a business model canvas of a school learning app is proposed as an additional...

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  • Authors: Tayeb, Hamza Ait (2018)

  • This study aims to apply the Autoregressive Distributed Lag (ARDL) technique to analyze the macroeconomic impacts of oil prices on oil importing and oil exporting economis using Russia and Japan as evidence. Quarterly data from 1997 till 2017 of macroeconomic indicators like GDP growth, CPI, exchange rate, PPI, and oil prices were used in this study. Our results indicate that in an oil importing country like Japan, oil price increase has inflationary effects on the domestic economy as the average prices increase. Also, it was found that economic growth tends to decline in the wake of rising oil prices. The value of the currency is also shown to depreciate vis-a-vis the US Dollar as th...

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  • Authors: Mohd Ariff, Mohd Azwar Izet (2017)

  • This case study examines the issuance of Sukuk Ihsan, viewing it as the within the context of the first sustainable and responsible investment in Malaysia rather than simply a plain investment itself. Sustainable and responsible investment have focused primarily on Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs), and in doing so, Sukuk is blend with sustainable and responsible investment goals in making Sukuk more relevant and competitive in capital market. I examine issuance of Sukuk Ihsan with view of ensuring that sustainable and responsible investment sukuk characteristics is able to meet contemporary practice that will make it attractive for prospective buyers , thus improving the affordabi...

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  • Authors: Jin Zichu (2018)

  • China is currently building a network with more than 80 countries across Asia, Africa, Europe, and Oceania initiating "One Belt and One Road". The main focus of the Belt and Road Initiative (BRI) is in infrastructure transportation, and energy. Countries with majority of Muslim population are involved in BRI and in some ofthese countries Islamic finance is being adopted. The public-private partnership (PPP) model is an important way of infrastructure financing which has potential in reducing government financial pressure by improving operation efficiency, service quality and societal benefits. World Bank report (2018) has discussed flexibility of Islamic financing and the cracking pot...

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  • Authors: Yousafzai, Essa Omar (2018)

  • This paper aims to investigate whether Shari'ah stock index, exchange rates and macroeconomic forces in Japan have any long run relationship or not. If the relationship exists, does the Shari'ah stock index lead or lag? The paper is likely to be the first study that investigates the causal relationship of aforementioned variables and the Shari'ah Index in Japan. Current literature on the topic in different countries gives either contradictory or inclusive results. This study will try to fill two gaps, one relating to Japan, and another relating to Islamic Indices. It employed quarterly data from 2007 to 2017. Auto-Regressive Distributed lag (ARDL) time series technique is applied to c...

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  • Authors: Hussain, Siti Noorbaini (2018)

  • Amanah Ikhtiar Malaysia or history of AIM is closely linked to the establishment of Grameen Bank. It all began when Prof. Dr Muhammad Yunus, Economic lecturer at Chittagong University of Bangladesh conducted a study in 1976 with a sample of poor community that rarely engage in the banking world. From his study, these poor people are not able to improve their standard of living due to lack of capital. Therefore, Prof. Yunus suggests that capital injection is a basic human right and shall be given to the poor people in helping them to improve their social and economic welfares ...

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  • Authors: Mohd Affendi, Nur Diyana Najwa (2019)

  • The sharing economy is a new uprising economic system that is built upon the sharing of assets via digital platforms to create economic value through maximizing utilisation of resources between individuals, businesses and government. Perceived as a strong advocate for sustainability, the sharing economy has contributed to a profound shift in global consumer consumption behaviour. Positive to its potential to be utilised as driver for sustainable development, this paper aims to uncover the role of sharing economy towards sustainable development of Malaysia. The study employed three qualitative research methods, namely phenomenography, semi-structured interview and content analysis. The...

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  • Authors: Guedira, Souhaila (2019)

  • This study is an initial attempt investigating the extent to which portfolio diversification benefits are available at different investment horizons to Turkish conventional and Shari'ah compliant investors in Southeast Asian conventional and Islamic stock markets. We apply multivariate-generalized autoregressive conditional heteroscedastic (MGARCH-DCC) and Wavelet techniques on daily data spanning from 2007 to 2018. The findings tend to suggest that Turkish investors would likely not invest in Singapore stock markets. At the same time, investing in stock indices of Indonesia and Thailand present moderate diversification benefits overall. The results highly recommend that Turkish conve...

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  • Authors: Haffejee, Muhammad Ismail (2018)

  • The Islamic finance industry continues to be characterized by uncertainty over how it will deal with individual as well as corporate insolvency. As a result, interest in this area of law is growing. To this end, Islamic insolvency law is emerging as an independent field of study. Being a legal exploratory study using the library method, this study aims to highlight some of the humane principles that should inform a framework for the industry. The author made an attempt to trace back these humane principles to the primary and secondary sources of Islamic jurisprudence. In addition, the author has attempted to focus on the specific legal differences between Islamic and civil law in term...

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  • Authors: Roslan, Muhammad Faruq (2018)

  • The current global market is not seeing enough investment products catered to impact investing strategy, especially in the public equity context; this gap needs to be addressed as the construct of their massive size and relationships across the supply chain would implicitly cause social and environmental impacts at every level. Thus, investors seeking to impart positive changes beyond mere financial returns must also assess the positive and negative impacts oftheir public equities portfolio as the bulk of their capital's impact lies there. In assessing non-financial impacts, big data could be leveraged to materialise these impacts. The study explores the big data ecosystem and suggest...

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  • Master


  • Authors: Reza, Md Ridwan (2018)

  • The study employs different types ofrelatively novel Markov regime switching GARCH (MRS-GARCH) models along with standard GARCH to identify better models to forecast the conditional volatility of Dow Jones Islamic Market World Index (DJIM). Several statistical and risk-management-based loss functions are employed to evaluate the out-of-sample volatility and Value-at-Risk (VaR) forecast from these models. Our empirical results show that although there is no single model - either of standard GARCH and MRS-GARCH type - is consistently outperforming the others if both the statistical and the risk-management loss functions are considered, overall different asymmetric Markov regime switchin...

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  • Authors: Mohd Mazlan, Muhammad Zuhry (2018)

  • Public-Private Partnership (PPP) initiative increases economic growth as well as optimise resources in public sector due to private sector plays important roles in striking a balance of the country's financial statement. It is observed that some of the PPP models for economic development in Malaysia are not Shariah-compliant. This paper discusses on the level of compliance for the PPP models against Shariah parameters and to provide altematives should there is any non-Shariah compliant. The parameters consider form and substance perspectives including identification of prohibited elements. It is observed that two (2) models; Build-Lease-Transfer and Build-Lease-Maintain-Transfer are n...

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  • Authors: Hassan, Mohamad (2017)

  • Canada represents as well-developed high-income richly endowed with abundant natural resources and advanced technological infrastructure and high wages, which will allow them to attract FDI inflows to the country for years. This study makes an attempt to test the possible directions of causality between real exchange and FDI flows on the one hand and the impact of FDI inflows and real exchange rate on economic growth on the other, with specific reference to Canada for the period of 1970-2015. In this study, the time series technique has been employed, reinforced with co-integration, error correction modelling and variance decomposition including LRSM ...

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  • Master


  • Authors: Ndiaye, Ndeye Djiba (2017)

  • Since Small and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs) are drivers of economic growth and job creation in the emerging and developing economies, it is important to develop an evidence-based understanding of factors that drive Small and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs) performance to provide an effective supply-side support. Applying the General-to-Specific modeling on World Bank Enterprise Survey data of 266 economies, this paper models five performance indicators based on 80 potential factors derived from firm characteristics, finance, informality, infrastructure, innovation and technology, regulation and taxes, trade and workforce concerning Small and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs). We fin...

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  • Authors: Ahmad Sazaki, Muhammad Luqman (2019)

  • This paper aims to exhibit how Regtech can be utilized in developing supportive, yet prudent, policies to the Islamic banking and finance sector which are aligned with the objectives of the Shari'ah. Regtech has showcased to be a powerful enabler for both regulators and market participants to collect, analyze and improve compliance to be achieved in real-time at low costs. Apart from that, the ability for Regtech and facilitating technologies to collect hard and soft data (e.g., financial information and behavioural data) provides an avenue for regulators to incorporate the ethos of Islamic finance into its policy development processes. To achieve the said objectives, this paper would...

  • item.jpg
  • Master


  • Authors: Nkoba, Malik Abdulrahman (2019)

  • The spotlight of this study is to examine the relationship between microfinance and poverty with specific focus to OIC countries and Islamic Microfinance institutions (MFls). Using an unbalanced panel dataset covering of 2,904 microfinance institutions from 120 countries and applying two econometrics techniques: Generalized method of moments (GMM) and two stage least squares instrumental variable regression, my study fails to establish the positive role of microfinance institutions in alleviating poverty. Taking into account the endogeneity problem associated with microfinance loans and domestic credit, I show that microfinance institutions neither reach the poor nor the poorest. I fi...

  • item.jpg
  • Master


  • Authors: Azganin, Hassan (2018)

  • Cash waqf has the potential to alleviate social issues and to enable awqaf organizations developing idle waqf properties and hence eliminating such problem. This can be achieved if the financial technologies solutions are embedded in waqf system. Thus, awqaf properties are facing several challenges when it comes to fundraising and transparency that we aim to resolve to efficiently ease its implementation. The main purpose of this study is to explore the potential of crowdfunding and blockchain technology in solving fundraising and transparency. This study adopts a qualitative method using semi-structured interviews with five experts and academicians in fintech and Islamic finance, mor...

  • item.jpg
  • Master


  • Authors: Adedamola, Adebumiti Qazeem (2019)

  • This thesis examines the Major Sukuk Defaults that have been experienced to date in the Islamic Capital Market. The total major cases that have been witnessed, according to Syed Ali (2016), are 10 major cases. A further dig by this study found that they are actually 11 major cases in total. Due to constraints and data availability, only 6 major cases were sampled. While previous studies have discussed Sukuk defaults from many perspectives, few attention have, so far, been given to issues in Sukuk default from a Shari'ah perspective. This study investigates some of the issues with the 6 major cases sampled from a Shari'ah perspective. Hence, the contribution of this research is germane...

  • item.jpg
  • Master


  • Authors: Hamzah, Nurrawaida Husna (2019)

  • The mainstream belief that finance contributes positively to an economy has been challenged in view of financial crises that hit economies worldwide, while the notion that Islamic finance is more stable than conventional finance has been criticised as the structure often mimic conventional financing. Amidst the rapid development of Islamic finance in Malaysia, the question of whether it contributes positively to the economy is never resolved. The present paper uses 'Islamic financing' and 'Islamic deposits' as proxies to analyse the relationship between Islamic financial development and economic growth. By employing vector error correction method (VECM) and variance decomposition (VDC...

  • item.jpg
  • Master


  • Authors: El Fadili, Imad (2019)

  • This thesis examines the role that Islamic social finance instruments can play to support the refugee crisis and its effects, faced by the Muslim community in the Netherlands. This research is the first study that is focused on Islamic social finance for refugee empowerment and integration in the Netherlands. The study highlights the entire journey of a refugee in the Netherlands, its challenges, the role of non-profit organizations as well as the opportunities for Islamic social finance. This thesis presents the Dutch Zakat and Waqf Institute (DZWI) model as a proposal to integrate zakat and waqf into the mainstream philanthropy sector in order to empower refugees. DZWI enables the M...

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  • Master


  • Authors: Mohd Abdul Fatah, Fatin Nabilah (2019)

  • Malaysia has achieved access to over 90% ofschooling children and allocates a bulk of their budget to education yet the results and performance of students overall are still below average. In-depth interviews and desktop research were carried.out to understand the various issues the education system faces, focusing on the schooling, higher education and lifelong learning segments. Education is also a sector focus under social impact investment and models. Worldwide and locally, these have delivered various solutions to contribute to solving educational issues. These are explored and in light of the findings, a business model canvas of a school learning app is proposed as an additional...

  • item.jpg
  • Master


  • Authors: Tayeb, Hamza Ait (2018)

  • This study aims to apply the Autoregressive Distributed Lag (ARDL) technique to analyze the macroeconomic impacts of oil prices on oil importing and oil exporting economis using Russia and Japan as evidence. Quarterly data from 1997 till 2017 of macroeconomic indicators like GDP growth, CPI, exchange rate, PPI, and oil prices were used in this study. Our results indicate that in an oil importing country like Japan, oil price increase has inflationary effects on the domestic economy as the average prices increase. Also, it was found that economic growth tends to decline in the wake of rising oil prices. The value of the currency is also shown to depreciate vis-a-vis the US Dollar as th...

  • item.jpg
  • Master


  • Authors: Mohd Ariff, Mohd Azwar Izet (2017)

  • This case study examines the issuance of Sukuk Ihsan, viewing it as the within the context of the first sustainable and responsible investment in Malaysia rather than simply a plain investment itself. Sustainable and responsible investment have focused primarily on Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs), and in doing so, Sukuk is blend with sustainable and responsible investment goals in making Sukuk more relevant and competitive in capital market. I examine issuance of Sukuk Ihsan with view of ensuring that sustainable and responsible investment sukuk characteristics is able to meet contemporary practice that will make it attractive for prospective buyers , thus improving the affordabi...

  • item.jpg
  • Master


  • Authors: Jin Zichu (2018)

  • China is currently building a network with more than 80 countries across Asia, Africa, Europe, and Oceania initiating "One Belt and One Road". The main focus of the Belt and Road Initiative (BRI) is in infrastructure transportation, and energy. Countries with majority of Muslim population are involved in BRI and in some ofthese countries Islamic finance is being adopted. The public-private partnership (PPP) model is an important way of infrastructure financing which has potential in reducing government financial pressure by improving operation efficiency, service quality and societal benefits. World Bank report (2018) has discussed flexibility of Islamic financing and the cracking pot...

  • item.jpg
  • Master


  • Authors: Yousafzai, Essa Omar (2018)

  • This paper aims to investigate whether Shari'ah stock index, exchange rates and macroeconomic forces in Japan have any long run relationship or not. If the relationship exists, does the Shari'ah stock index lead or lag? The paper is likely to be the first study that investigates the causal relationship of aforementioned variables and the Shari'ah Index in Japan. Current literature on the topic in different countries gives either contradictory or inclusive results. This study will try to fill two gaps, one relating to Japan, and another relating to Islamic Indices. It employed quarterly data from 2007 to 2017. Auto-Regressive Distributed lag (ARDL) time series technique is applied to c...

  • item.jpg
  • Master


  • Authors: Hussain, Siti Noorbaini (2018)

  • Amanah Ikhtiar Malaysia or history of AIM is closely linked to the establishment of Grameen Bank. It all began when Prof. Dr Muhammad Yunus, Economic lecturer at Chittagong University of Bangladesh conducted a study in 1976 with a sample of poor community that rarely engage in the banking world. From his study, these poor people are not able to improve their standard of living due to lack of capital. Therefore, Prof. Yunus suggests that capital injection is a basic human right and shall be given to the poor people in helping them to improve their social and economic welfares ...

  • item.jpg
  • Master


  • Authors: Mohd Affendi, Nur Diyana Najwa (2019)

  • The sharing economy is a new uprising economic system that is built upon the sharing of assets via digital platforms to create economic value through maximizing utilisation of resources between individuals, businesses and government. Perceived as a strong advocate for sustainability, the sharing economy has contributed to a profound shift in global consumer consumption behaviour. Positive to its potential to be utilised as driver for sustainable development, this paper aims to uncover the role of sharing economy towards sustainable development of Malaysia. The study employed three qualitative research methods, namely phenomenography, semi-structured interview and content analysis. The...

  • item.jpg
  • Master


  • Authors: Guedira, Souhaila (2019)

  • This study is an initial attempt investigating the extent to which portfolio diversification benefits are available at different investment horizons to Turkish conventional and Shari'ah compliant investors in Southeast Asian conventional and Islamic stock markets. We apply multivariate-generalized autoregressive conditional heteroscedastic (MGARCH-DCC) and Wavelet techniques on daily data spanning from 2007 to 2018. The findings tend to suggest that Turkish investors would likely not invest in Singapore stock markets. At the same time, investing in stock indices of Indonesia and Thailand present moderate diversification benefits overall. The results highly recommend that Turkish conve...

  • item.jpg
  • Master


  • Authors: Haffejee, Muhammad Ismail (2018)

  • The Islamic finance industry continues to be characterized by uncertainty over how it will deal with individual as well as corporate insolvency. As a result, interest in this area of law is growing. To this end, Islamic insolvency law is emerging as an independent field of study. Being a legal exploratory study using the library method, this study aims to highlight some of the humane principles that should inform a framework for the industry. The author made an attempt to trace back these humane principles to the primary and secondary sources of Islamic jurisprudence. In addition, the author has attempted to focus on the specific legal differences between Islamic and civil law in term...

  • item.jpg
  • Master


  • Authors: Roslan, Muhammad Faruq (2018)

  • The current global market is not seeing enough investment products catered to impact investing strategy, especially in the public equity context; this gap needs to be addressed as the construct of their massive size and relationships across the supply chain would implicitly cause social and environmental impacts at every level. Thus, investors seeking to impart positive changes beyond mere financial returns must also assess the positive and negative impacts oftheir public equities portfolio as the bulk of their capital's impact lies there. In assessing non-financial impacts, big data could be leveraged to materialise these impacts. The study explores the big data ecosystem and suggest...

  • item.jpg
  • Master


  • Authors: Reza, Md Ridwan (2018)

  • The study employs different types ofrelatively novel Markov regime switching GARCH (MRS-GARCH) models along with standard GARCH to identify better models to forecast the conditional volatility of Dow Jones Islamic Market World Index (DJIM). Several statistical and risk-management-based loss functions are employed to evaluate the out-of-sample volatility and Value-at-Risk (VaR) forecast from these models. Our empirical results show that although there is no single model - either of standard GARCH and MRS-GARCH type - is consistently outperforming the others if both the statistical and the risk-management loss functions are considered, overall different asymmetric Markov regime switchin...

  • item.jpg
  • Master


  • Authors: Mohd Mazlan, Muhammad Zuhry (2018)

  • Public-Private Partnership (PPP) initiative increases economic growth as well as optimise resources in public sector due to private sector plays important roles in striking a balance of the country's financial statement. It is observed that some of the PPP models for economic development in Malaysia are not Shariah-compliant. This paper discusses on the level of compliance for the PPP models against Shariah parameters and to provide altematives should there is any non-Shariah compliant. The parameters consider form and substance perspectives including identification of prohibited elements. It is observed that two (2) models; Build-Lease-Transfer and Build-Lease-Maintain-Transfer are n...

Collection's Items (Sorted by Submit Date in Descending order): 1 to 20 of 73