Journal of Islamic Accounting and Finance Research (JIAFR) is a peer-reviewed journal published twice a year (April and October) by the Department of Sharia Accounting Faculty of Islamic Economics and Business, Universitas Islam Negeri (UIN) Walisongo Semarang Indonesia. JIAFR aims to publish articles in the field of Islamic Accounting and Finance that provide a significant contribution to the development of accounting practices and professions in Indonesian even the world. JIAFR accepts both quantitative and qualitative approaches by English Language manuscripts relating to Islamic Financial Accounting, Management Accounting, Taxation, Islamic Behavior Accounting, Accounting Information System, Auditing, Public Sector Accounting, and Islamic Financial Performance. This journal has become a CrossRef Member, therefore, all articles published by the Journal of Islamic Accounting and Finance Research (JIAFR) will have a unique DOI number.
- Gender issues in local government accountability reports: insights from Islamic regions in Indonesia
- Mauquf’alaih as a waqf accountability center (prophetic social approach)
- Determinant of corporate social responsibility in Islamic banking based on the Islamic social reporting index
- Godly accountability: reflection on ethics for zakat accountants
- Bank social fund distribution and cost of profit-sharing investment account: evidence from Indonesia
- Performance of Indonesia Sharia companies: Does corporate ethical identity matter?
- Reflection of Al-Ghazali’s business ethics for tax consultants
- The resilience of Islamic banking efficiency in the face of the Covid-19 epidemic
- Investigate accounting practices by binte biluhuta sellers
- Green economy: Islamic social reporting for companies