1. The Islamic Macroeconomic Model: How to Apply It? 2. Monetary Economics and Monetary Policy in Islamic Perspective: Focus on Contemporary Muslim Economies Aiming at Making their Economies Islamic. 3. Economic Analysis of Islamic Monetary Framework and Instruments. 4. Re-Examining Monetary and Financial Stability in a Modern Economy: Evidence from Turkey and Malaysia. 5. The Impact of External Shocks on the Dynamics of Macroeconomic Variables in Iran (Islamic Versus Conventional Monetary Rule) 6. The Problems with Fractional Reserve Banking and Proposing a Shariah Compliant Full Reserve Banking Model. 7. Monetary Policy and Islamic Banking: Key Challenges. 8. Impacts of Monetary Policy on Credit Supply of Islamic Banks: An Empirical Study of Pakistan versus Malaysia. 9. Cryptocurrencies from the Perspective of Islamic Economics: Discussions and Opportunities. 10. Contemporary Debates in Islamic Monetary Economics: A Retrospective Look.
Taha Egri, PhD, is currently a research fellow at Kirklareli University, Turkey. He completed his BA at Bogazici University, Turkey, and obtained his MA and PhD degrees at Istanbul University, Turkey. He was a visiting scholar at George Mason University, USA, between 2014 and 2016. His primary research areas are institutional economics and international political economy. He is currently focusing on MENA countries' economic policies, military-economic relations and Islamic economics. He is Director of the Research Center for Islamic Economics (IKAM), Istanbul, and the editor of two peer-reviewed journals. Zeyneb Hafsa Orhan, PhD, received her undergraduate degree on economics from Bahcesehir University, Turkey, and her master's degree on international and European relations from Linkoepings University, Sweden. Finally, she obtained her PhD degree on economics (with a thesis specializing in Islamic banks) from the International University of Sarajevo, Bosnia. After over eight years of international experience, she has been working at Istanbul Sabahattin Zaim University since the beginning of 2015. Currently she is an assistant professor in the Islamic Economics and Finance Department. Her current research areas include Islamic economics and finance, finance, and banking.