The International Journal of Zakat (IJAZ) is an open-access journal. All accepted manuscripts are published free of charge. The International Journal of Zakat (IJAZ) focuses on zakat studies such as general activities of zakat management, institutional foundation, zakat administers qualifications, good governance practices, assessment methodology, and other areas related to zakat. General activities of zakat management cover discourses about zakatable wealth, methods of collection, and performance indicators; institutional foundation includes the private sector, special departments, and government on a mandatory basis enforced by the regulation and credibility of the institutions; zakat administers qualifications that comprise sharia and professionalism principles and the trust of zakat payers; on the other hand, good governance practices cover internal and external reporting systems and risk management.

The International Journal of Zakat (IJAZ) mainly publishes articles using quantitative data; however, this journal also welcomes articles written using a qualitative approach. Contributions are welcome from across disciplines, including economics, history, law, finance, psychology, sociology, and various studies related to zakat. By bringing these studies together, IJAZ makes an effort to examine whether the development of zakat would make an alternative contribution to poverty alleviation and improve social welfare.

Vol 9 No 1 (2024): International Journal of Zakat

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