Muhammad Rizky Prima Sakti
Muhammad Rizky Prima Sakti
Associate Professor of Islamic Finance. Head (Dean) of BA Department. University College of Bahrain.
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Does the islamic label indicate good environmental, social, and governance (ESG) performance? Evidence from sharia-compliant firms in Indonesia and Malaysia
A Qoyum, MRP Sakti, HMT Thaker, RU AlHashfi
Borsa Istanbul Review 22 (2), 306-320, 2022
Efficiency, stability and asset quality of Islamic vis--vis conventional banks: Evidence from Indonesia
MR Prima Sakti, A Mohamad
Journal of Islamic Accounting and Business Research 9 (3), 378-400, 2018
Relationship between Islamic stock prices and macroeconomic variables: Evidence from Jakarta stock exchange Islamic index
MRP Sakti, MDY Harun
Global Review of Islamic Economics and Business 1 (1), 071-084, 2013
Corporate governance and cash holdings: the way forward
T Akhtar, MA Tareq, MRP Sakti, AA Khan
Qualitative Research in Financial Markets 10 (2), 152-170, 2018
Risk, efficiency and financial performance in the GCC banking industry: Islamic versus conventional banks
SE Hidayat, MRP Sakti, RAA Al-Balushi
Journal of Islamic Accounting and Business Research 12 (4), 564-592, 2021
Shari’ah issues, challenges, and prospects for Islamic derivatives: a qualitative study
MRP Sakti, A Syahid, MA Tareq, A Mohd Mahdzir
Qualitative Research in Financial Markets 8 (2), 168-190, 2016
Determinants of cash waqf contribution in Klang Valley and Selangor: A SEM approach
MRP Sakti, HMT Thaker, A Qoyum, I Qizam
Journal of Islamic Monetary Economics and Finance 2 (1), 111-144, 2016
Developing an Islamic financial inclusion index for Islamic Banks in Indonesia: A cross-province analysis
MM Ali, MRP Sakti, A Devi
Journal of Islamic Monetary Economics and Finance 5 (4), 691-712, 2019
Unveiling the diversification benefits of Islamic equities and commodities: Evidence from multivariate-GARCH and continuous wavelet analysis
MRP Sakti, M Masih, B Saiti, MA Tareq
Managerial Finance 44 (6), 830-850, 2018
Capital structure of Islamic banks: a critical review of theoretical and empirical research
MRP Sakti, MA Tareq, B Saiti, T Akhtar
Qualitative Research in Financial Markets 9 (3), 292-308, 2017
Determinant of cash waqf nahdatul ulama (case of Muslim students in Indonesia)
D Dennis, A Qoyum, MP Sakti
Madania: Jurnal Kajian Keislaman 22 (1), 19-32, 2018
Indonesian capital market efficiency: islamic vis-a-vis conventional
A Qoyum, M Mardiya, MRP Sakti
Shirkah: Journal of Economics and Business 2 (3), 2018
Political Connections and Firm Performance: Evidence from Indonesia.
International Journal of Economics & Management 14 (1), 2020
the concept and practice of macroprudential policy in Indonesia: Islamic and conventional
MRP Sakti, HMT Thaker, A Qoyum, I Qizam
Al-Iqtishad Journal of Islamic Economics 10 (1), 75-96, 2018
Oil prices and Islamic banks performance in the OIC countries: Evidence from the Dynamic GMM approaches.
SE Hidayat, MRP Sakti
Journal of Economic Cooperation & Development 41 (2), 2020
Procyclicality and bank lending behavior in Indonesia: The case of dual banking system
M Zulkhibri, MRP Sakti
Journal of Islamic Monetary Economics and Finance 4 (1), 23-38, 2018
Strengthening Indonesiaʼs Islamic Financial Inclusion: An Analytic Network Process Approach
MM Ali, A Devi, H Bustomi, H Furqani, MRP Sakti
ICR Journal 11 (2), 225-251, 2020
The impact of stock delisting from the Shari'ah-compliant list: evidence from Bursa Malaysia
MRP Sakti, MN Barom
Economic policy uncertainty of China and investment opportunities: a tale of ASEAN stock markets
HMT Thaker, MAMT Thaker, MRP Sakti, I Sifat, AA Pitchay, HI Hussain
Journal of Economics, Finance and Administrative Science 27 (54), 277-293, 2022
Factors Influencing Islamic Financial Inclusion in Indonesia: A Structural Equation Modelling Approach
MM Ali, A Devi, H Bustomi, MRP Sakti, H Furqani
ICR Journal 12 (2), 249-274, 2021
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