The Policy-Oriented Research in Islamic Economics and Finance Conference (PRIME 2023), organised by the Indonesian Association of Islamic Economists (IAEI) in partnership with the Centre for Islamic Economics and Business Universitas Indonesia (PEBS UI), cordially invites academics, practitioners, and policy decision-makers, to present their policy-oriented research findings. The conference offers a unique series of events to bridge the gap between academic research and policy-decision making.
The 2023 PRIME Conference is part of the Road to Muktamar V IAEI 2023 and focuses on uncovering policy-oriented studies for the post-pandemic covid-19 recovery process, especially in Indonesia. This year’s conference thus raises the theme of “On the Development of Islamic Economic Policies for a More Sustainable Post-Pandemic Recovery.”
The conference will take place on 17 – 18 July 2023 at Universitas Indonesia, Indonesia.
This call for paper focuses but is not limited to the following subthemes.
Islamic Macroeconomic Policy for the Post-Pandemic Recovery
Islamic Monetary Policy for the Post-Pandemic Recovery
Islamic Blended Finance and Acceleration of Green Energy Transition
Islamic Micro Finance and financing for Small Medium Enterprises (SMEs)
Islamic Economics and Healthy Green Sukuk Growth
The Islamic Economics Development on The Local Government
Regional Government Innovation Based on Islamic Economics and Local Wisdom to Strengthen the National Economy
Islamic Economic Innovations in Halal Industry
Islamic Social Finance
Islamic Capital Markets
Note: Indonesia setting is highly recommended. Authors may also employ data or evidence from any other country, but draw their lessons learned for Indonesia.
Sri Mulyani Indrawati, Ph.D
Minister of Finance/ Chairman of The Indonesian Association of Islamic Economists (IAEI), Indonesia
This specialist in public finance research, fiscal policy, and labor economics was elected as Executive Director of the International Monetary Fund (IMF) representing 12 countries in Southeast Asia (South East Asia/SEA Group) since November 1, 2002. Then on June 1, 2010 he became the Managing Director of the World Bank. In social organizations, she also Co-Chair of the World Economic Forum on ASEAN and sits on the Board of UNICEF's Generation Unlimited Initiative. In August 2019, he was elected as Chairman of the Indonesian Islamic Economist Association for the period 2019-2023.
Dr. Mahmoud Mohieldin*
Senior Vice President for the 2030 Development Agenda, United Nations Relations, and Partnerships, World Bank Group. USA
He was held numerous Senior positions in the Government of Egypt, including Minister of Investment from 2004 until 2010. He also served on several Boards of Directors, including the Central Bank of Egypt and the Banking and Corporate Sector. He was a member of the Commission on Growth and Development and selected a Young Global Leader of the World Economic Forum.
Professor Habib Ahmed
First Winner of The Islamic Development Bank (IsDB) Prize for Impactful Achievement in Islamic Economics 2022
The Sharjah Chair in Islamic Law and Finance at Durham University, Durham, U.K., was selected for the first prize in recognition of his pioneering and innovative work in Islamic economics and finance that pushed forward knowledge and influenced policymaking for the use of Islamic finance in socio-economic development.
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Best paper awards
Workshop with policy makers
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Workshop with journal editor