1st Gadjah Mada International Conference on Islamic Economics and Development (GAMA ICIED) mengundang partisipasi menulis paper dengan tema "Recasting the Significance of Islamic Economics for Socioeconomics Development".

Topik-topik yang dapat dipilih sebagai berikut:

  • Islamic Economics as a Scientific Discipline
    • Critical evaluations of the contribution of Islamic economics to development
    • Problems with the current scope and methodology of Islamic economics
    • Redefinition of Islamic economics’ scope and methodology and its consequences
    • Further challenges in the development of Islamic economics as a discipline
    • Microeconomic and macroeconomic models in Islamic economics
    • The teaching of Islamic economics: Potentials and experiences
  • Islamic Financial System and Global Economic Stability
    • Islamic economic views of the global financial and the sovereign debt crises
    • The significance of Islamic financial system for global economic stability
    • Measuring the performance and stability of Islamic financial system
    • Resilience and inclusiveness of Islamic financial services industry
    • Islamic vs. conventional monetary and macroprudential policies
    • Risk management under a mixed system of Islamic and conventional finance
  • Growth, Inequality and Institutions
    • Growth and inequality from an Islamic perspective
    • Islamic socioeconomic institutions and the growth and inequality dynamics
    • The role of fiscal policy to increase growth and reduce inequality
    • Social capitals and their impact on economic productivity
    • Governance, property right, competition, entrepreneurship and innovation
    • Resource gap, external public/private debts and development
    • Sectoral policies and the performance of primary, secondary and tertiary sectors
    • The problem of corruption and its direct and indirect consequences
    • Prospects and challenges of small and medium enterprises (SMEs)
  • Trade Agreements and Development
    • International trade and free trade agreements from an Islamic perspective
    • Free trade agreements, openness and economic welfare in developing economies
    • Prospects and challenges of cooperation among the OIC member countries
  • Pursuing Development amidst Regional Instability
    • Peace and conflict resolution from an Islamic perspective
    • Causes and consequences of social and political conflicts
    • The political economy of refugee migration
    • Handling refugees: Experiences from different countries
    • Post-conflict stabilization and reconstruction
  • Labor and Social Justice
    • The nature and significance of labor and employment in Islam
    • Behavior in the labor market and its determinants
    • The effect of individual characteristics on labor market outcomes
    • Labor market and labor organizations
    • Government regulations and social justice in the labor market
  • Education, Health and Human Development
    • Human development in Islam: Basic concepts and measurements
    • The significance of education and health for development
    • Challenges in the provision of education and health services
    • Impact evaluations of education, health and human development programs
    • Madrasah vs. school: Choice, outcome and return to education
    • The roles of government: From regulation to financing
  • Family and the Society
    • The roles of family as the building block of the society
    • Economic hardship and the life of families
    • Family background and the opportunities for children
    • Family decision making and economic behaviors in different markets
    • The importance of family inheritance institutions for the economy
    • Disputes about family inheritance: Causes and consequences
    • The impacts of government policies and regulations
  • Tobacco and Poverty Alleviation
    • Tobacco consumption from an Islamic perspective
    • Consumption of tobacco among the poor
    • Private and social costs of tobacco consumption among the poor
    • Evaluations of policies and regulations with respect to tobacco consumption
  • Resource Use and the Environment
    • Islamic perspectives on the environment: Basic concepts and measurements
    • Causes and consequences of unsustainable environment exploitation
    • Evaluations of policies and regulations related to environment exploitation
    • Climate change and socioeconomic development
    • The political economy of natural disaster
  • Islamic Redistributive Schemes
    • The significant of zakah, waqaf and other voluntary for poverty alleviation
    • Challenges faced in zakah and waqaf collection and distribution
    • Empirics on the determinants of behavior with regard to zakah and waqaf
    • The causes and consequences of zakah and waqaf disputes
    • The impacts of policies and regulations related to zakah and waqaf

Tanggal-tanggal penting:

  • Batas akhir pengiriman abstrak: 6 Februari 2016
  • Pengumuman abstrak yang diterima: 13 Februari 2016
  • Batas akhir pengiriman naskah: 19 Maret 2016
  • Pengumuman naskah yang diterima: 26 Maret 2016
  • Konferensi: 12 Mei 2016

Pedoman dan tatacara penulisan naskah dapat dilihat di http://gamaicied.feb.ugm.ac.id.

Acara ini terselenggara atas kerjasama: Fakultas Ekonomika dan Bisnis UGM (FEB UGM), Sekolah Pascasarjana UGM (SP UGM), Masyarakat untuk Kemajuan Ekonomi Islam (SAIES), and Asosiasi Ekonom Islam Indonesia (IAEI). Informasi selengkapnya dapat menghubungi: Akhmad Akbar Susamto, email Alamat email ini dilindungi dari robot spam. Anda memerlukan Javascript yang aktif untuk melihatnya. atau kunjungi website http://gamaicied.feb.ugm.ac.id