M. KABIR HASSAN SCHOLARLY RESEARCH IN ISLAMIC ECONOMICS, BANKING AND FINANCE A. Books M. Kabir Hassan and Mervyn K.

Lewis (Editors). Handbook of Islamic Banking. Edward Elgar Publishing Company, UK and USA, April 2007: 443 Pages. M. Kabir Hassan and Mervyn K. Lewis (Editors). Critical Writings in Islamic Finance. Edward Elgar Publishing Company, Uk and USA, July 2007 (in press). M. Kabir Hassan. Islamic Banking. Commissioned and Published by Islamic Economics Research Bureau, Dhaka, Bangladesh, Second Edition, March 2008 B. Chapters in Books Brown, Kym, M.K. Hassan and Michael Skully, ‘Operational efficiency and performance of Islamic banks,’as chapter 7 in M.K. Hassan and Mervyn Lewis (editors), Handbook of Islamic Banking, Published by Edward Elgar Publishing Company, U.K. and U.S.A., April 2007. Tag El-Din, Seif El-Din and M.K. Hassan, ‘Islam and speculation in the stock exchange,’ as Chapter 15 in M.K. Hassan and Mervyn Lewis (editors), Handbook of Islamic Banking, Published by Edward Elgar Publishing Company, U.K. and U.S.A., April 2007. Elfakhani, Said, M.K. Hassan and Yusuf Sidani, ‘Islamic mutual funds,’as Chapter 16 in M.K. Hassan and Mervyn Lewis (editors), Handbook of Islamic Banking, Published by Edward Elgar Publishing Company, U.K. and U.S.A., April 2007. Bashir, Abdel-Hameed and M. Kabir Hassan, “Financial Development and Economic Growth in Some Muslim Countries,” Chapter 6 in Islamic Perspectives on Sustainable Development, Edited by Munawar Iqbal, Published by Palgrave-MacMillan, 2005, New York, pages 148-174. Hassan, M. Kabir, “Return Volatility, Predictability and Dynamic Relationships in the Stock Markets of the Member Countries of the Organization of Islamic Conference,” Chapter 7 in Islamic Perspectives on Sustainable Development, Edited by Munawar Iqbal, Published by Palgrave-MacMillan, 2005, New York, pages 185-213. Hassan, M.K., and A. H. Bashir (2005), ‘Determinants of Islamic banking profitability’ in Munawar Iqbal and Rodney Wilson (editors), Islamic Perspectives on Wealth Creation, Edinburgh: Edinburgh University Press. Hassan, M. Kabir and Dewan A. H. Alamgir. “Micorfinancial Services and Poverty Alleviation in Bangladesh: A Comparative Analysis of Secular and Islamic NGOs,” Chapter 4 in Islamic Economic Institutions and the Elimination of Poverty, Edited by Munawar Iqbal, and published by Islamic Foundation, Leicester, U.K. 2002. Chowdhury, Masudul Alam, M.K. Hassan and Md. Sharif Hussain, ‘Zakat in an Islamic MacroEconomic Model,’ Chapter 4 in Zakat and Poverty Alleviation, Islamic Economics Research Bureau, Dhaka, Bangladesh, October, 2003.

Hassan, M. Kabir and Mahmood Ahmad, “Substitutability of Zakat Fund in the Budget of the Government of Bangladesh,’ Chapter 6 in Zakat and Poverty Alleviation, Islamic Economics Research Bureau, Dhaka, Bangladesh, October, 2003. C. Refereed Proceedings M. Kabir Hassan (2000). “Success and Failure of Various Groups of OIC Countries,” Monograph Published by Islamic Economics Research Bureau, Dhaka, Bangladesh. Published: January, 2000 Hassan, M. Kabir and Imtiaz Mazumder (2001). “Islamic Finance and Monetary Stability: An Empirical Investigation” Proceedings of the Fourth Harvard University Forum on Islamic Finance, 2001. Hassan, M. Kabir, (2002), ‘Risk, Return and Volatility of Faith-Based Investing: The Case of Dow Jones Islamic Index’, paper in Proceedings of 5th Harvard University Forum on Islamic Finance, Harvard University. D. Editorship of Journals Editor, Journal of Islamic Economics, Banking and Finance, a bi-annual journal published by the biggest Islamic Bank (Islamic Bank Bangladesh Limited). Editor, The Global Journal of Finance and Economics, published by Serials Publications E. Guest Editor on Islamic Banking and Finance Guest Editor, Special Issue on Islamic Finance of The European Journal of Management and Public Policy, November 2005, Published by the United Nations University, U.K. Guest Editor, Special Issue on Islamic Finance of The Thunderbird International Business Review, March/April 2007, Published by John Wiley and Company, U.S.A. (Forthcoming) Invited to guest edit three issues of Review of Islamic Economics, 2006-2007, Published by Markfield Institute of Higher Education, Leicester, U.K., and the International Association for Islamic Economics, Jeddah, Saudi Arabia. F. Refereed Journal Publications Abu Umer Faruq Ahmed and M. Kabir Hassan, “Riba and Islamic Banking,” in Journal of Islamic Economics, Banking and Finance, Volume 3, No 1, July-December, 2007 Girard, Eric and M. Kabir Hassan. “Is there a cost to Faith-Based Investing? Evidence from FTSE Indexes,” Journal of Investing (Forthcoming) Hassan, M. Kabir and Jung-Suk Yu. “Stock Exchange Alliances in the Organization of Islamic Conference Countries,” Review of Islamic Economics, Volume 11, Number 3, 2007 (December) (Forthcoming).

Ahmad, A.U.F. and M. K. Hassan (2007a), ‘Regulation and Performance of Islamic Banking in Bangladesh,’ Special Issue on Islamic Finance in Thunderbird International Business Review Review, Volume 49, Number 2 (March-April), pages: 251-278 Ahmad, A.U.F. and M. K. Hassan (2006), The Adoption of the UK Finance Bill Proposals on Islamic Finance into Islamic Banking in Australia, Review of Islamic Economics, Volume 10, No. 1, 2006: 41-57 Abdul-Wahab, Abdul Rahim, Mervyn Lewis and M. Kabir Hassan (2007c), ‘‘Islamic Takaful: Business Models, Shari’a Concerns and Proposed Solutions’ Special Issue on Islamic Finance in Thunderbird International Business Review, Volume 49, Number 3 (May-June), Pages:371-396 Hassan, M. Kabir (2006), “The X-Efficiency of Islamic Banks,” Islamic Economic Studies, Volume 13, Number 2 (February): 49-77. Ahmad, A.U.F. and M. K. Hassan (2006), The Time Value of Money Concept in Islamic Finance,’ The American Journal of Islamic Social Sciences, Volume 23, Winter 2006, Number 1: 66-89. Hassan, M. Kabir and Mehmet F. Dicle (2005), “Basel II and Regulatory Framework for Islamic Banks,” Journal of Islamic Economics and Finance, Volume 1, Number 1, July-December 2005: 17-36. Hassan, M. Kabir, Joseph Farhat and Bashir Al-Zubi (2003a). “Dividend Signalling Hypothesis and Short-Term Asset Concentration of Islamic Interest-Free Banking,” Islamic Economic Studies, Volume 11, Number 1 (September, 2003): 1-30. Hassan, M. K., and K.A. Hussein (2003b), ’Static and dynamic efficiency in the Sudanese banking system’, Review of Islamic Economics, 14, 5-48. Hassan, M. Kabir (2003c). “Regional Economic Blocs Among OIC Countries and the Prospect of Islamic Common Market,” The Middle East Business and Economic Review, Volume 15, Number 1, July 2003: 52-87 Choudhury, Masudul Alam and M. Kabir Hassan (2001a). “The Role of Zakat in an Interactive Model of No-Wage Labor Force Activity,” Review of Islamic Economics, Number 10, 2001: 4166. Hassan, M Kabir (2001a), ‘Nuances of Islamic Mutual Funds’, Islamic Horizons, 30 (3), 16-18. Hassan, M. Kabir and Faridul Islam (2001b). “Prospect and Problems of a Common Market: An Empirical Examination of the OIC Countries,” American Journal of Islamic Social Sciences, Volume 18, Number 4, Fall, 2001: 19-46. Samad, Abdus and M. Kabir Hassan (2000), “The Performance of Malaysian Islamic Bank During 1984-1997: An Exploratory Study,” Thoughts on Economics, Volume 10, Number 1-2, January-June, 2000: 7-26. Hassan, M. Kabir (1999a). "Islamic Banking in Theory and Practice: The Experience of Bangladesh," Managerial Finance . (Published from the U.K) Volume 25, Number 5, 1999: 60113.

Hassan, M. Kabir and Adnan Q. Al-Dayel (1999b). "Stability of Money Demand Under InterestFree Versus Interest-Based Banking System," Humanomics, Vol. 15, No.4, and Volume 15, No. 1, 1998/1999: 167-186 Hassan, M. Kabir and Shah Abdul Hannan (1994). "An Inquiry into the Contribution of Islam to Modern Economic Science", Thoughts on Economics, Vol.4, No. 1&2, January-June, 1994: 1-15. G. Conference Presentations Girard, Eric and M. Kabir Hassan. “Is there a cost to Faith-Based Investing? Evidence from FTSE Indexes,” Paper presented at the 2007 Academy of Financial Services (AFS) in Orlando, Florida, October 16-17. Hassan, M. Kabir. “Comparative Performance of Islamic Mutual Funds,”Paper Presented at the Annual Conference of Academy of Financial Services, October 11-14, 2006, Salt Lake City, Utah. Girard, Eric and M. Kabir Hassan. “ Performance of Ethical Investing: The Case of Dow Jones Islamic Indexes,” Paper Presented at the Annual Conference of Academy of Financial Services, October 11-14, 2006, Salt Lake City, Utah. Hassan, M. K. and Issouf Soumare, “Financial Guarantee as Innovation Tool in Islamic Finance,” Paper Presented at the 17th Asian Finance Association Meeting and sponsored by INCEIF during July 10-12 in Auckland, New Zealand. Hassan, M.K. and Mehmet Dicle (2006), ‘Basel II and Corporate Governance of Islamic Banks’, Paper to be Presented at the Seventh Harvard University Forum on Islamic Finance on “Integrating Islamic Finance in the Mainstream-Regulation, Standardization and Transparency” during April 22-23, 2006 in Cambridge, Massachusetts, USA. Hassan, M.K. (2005), ‘Financial liberalization and foreign bank entry on Islamic banking performance’, Paper Presented at the 12th ERF Conference in Cairo, December 16-18, 2005. Hassan, M. K. (2005), ‘The X-efficiency of Islamic banks’, Paper presented at the 12th ERF Conference in Cairo, December 16-18, 2005, Cairo, Egypt. Hassan, M. K. and Mehmet Dicle (2005), ‘Basel II and Capital Requirements of Islamic Banks,’ paper presented at the Sixth International Conference of Islamic Banking and Finance, November 21-24, Jakarta, Indonesia. Hassan, M. K. and Mannan Chowdhury (2004), ‘Islamic Banking Regulations in light of Basel II,’ paper presented at the Sixth Harvard University Forum in Islamic Finance, May 8, Cambridge, MA. Hassan, M. Kabir and Abdel Hamid Bashir. “Determinants of Islamic Banking Profitability,” Paper to be presented at the 10th Annual Conference of Economic and Research Forum of the Middle East, Iran and Turkey (ERF), on December 16-18, 2003 in Marakkesh, Morocco.

Hassan, M. Kabir and Wei Xiao. “Design and Implications of Short-term Zero-Interest Money Market Instruments,” Paper Presented at the 2003 Annual Conference of Academy of Financial Services in Denver, Colorado on October 8-9, 2003. Hassan, M. Kabir (2003a). “Return Volatility, Predictability and Dynamic Relationships in the OIC Stock Markets,” Paper Presented at the 5th International Conference on Islamic Economics and Finance on the theme “Sustainable Development and Islamic Finance in Muslim Countries” on October 7-9, 2003 in Manama, Bahrain. Hassan, M. Kabir and M. Abdel-Hameed Bashir (2003b). “Financial Development and Economic Growth in the Middle East,” Paper Presented at the 5th International Conference on Islamic Economics and Finance on the theme “Sustainable Development and Islamic Finance in Muslim Countries” on October 7-9, 2003 in Manama, Bahrain. Hassan M.K. (2003a), ‘Cost, Profit and X-Efficiency of Islamic Banks in Pakistan, Iran and Sudan’, International Seminar on Islamic Banking: Risk Management, Regulation and Supervision, September 30-October 2, Jakarta, Indonesia. Hassan, M. K. (2003b), ‘VaR Analysis of Islamic Banks,’ Paper Presented in an International Conference on Islamic Banking: Risk Management, Regulation and Supervision ‘Towards an International Regulatory Convergence’ on September 30-October 2, Jakarta, Indonesia. Hassan, M. Kabir, Joseph Farhat and Bashir Al-Zubi (2002). “Dividend Signalling Hypothesis and Short-Term Asset Concentration of Islamic Interest-Free Banking,” Paper Presented at the 2002 Academy of Financial Services Annual Meetings held in San Antonio, Texas on October 14, 2002. Hassan, M. Kabir, (2002), ‘Risk, Return and Volatility of Faith-Based Investing: The Case of Dow Jones Islamic Index’, paper in Proceedings of 5th Harvard University Forum on Islamic Finance, Harvard University. Hassan, M Kabir and Tarek Zaher (2001) “A Survey of Islamic Banking and Finance” Paper Presented at the 2001 Global Finance Association Meetings in Los Angeles, CA on April 4-6. Hassan, M. Kabir and Shah Abdul Hannan (2000). “Globalization Impact on Trade, Banking and Finance of Developing Muslim Countries,” Paper Presented at the AMSS Conference held on October 13-15 at Georgetown University, Washington, D.C. Hassan, M. Kabir and Imtiaz Ahmed Mazumder. “Islamic Finance and Economic Stability: An Econometric Analysis,” Paper Presented at the Fourth Islamic Finance Program at Harvard University on September 30-October 1, 2000 in Boston, MA. Hassan, M. Kabir. “The Economic Performance of the OIC Countries in the Nineties and Policy Options,” Invited Seminar given at the Bangladesh Institute of International and Strategic Studies (BIISS), Dhaka, Bangladesh on July 9, 2000. Hassan, M. Kabir and Mahmood Ahmed, "Substitutability of Zakat Funds in the Budget of the Government of Bangladesh," Paper presented at the 1999 Annual Meetings of AMSS held in Chicago on October 29-31.

Hassan, M. Kabir and Mahmood Ahmed, ‘Islamic Versus Conventional Banking: A Survey of Their Apparent Similarities and Differences’ Paper Presented at the First International Conference on Islamic Banking and Finance at Labuan, Malaysia, 2001. Hassan, M. Kabir, "The Success and Failure of Various Regional Grouping Among the OIC Member Countries," Paper Presented at the 1998 Annual Meetings of AMSS held in Chicago on October 24-26. Hassan, M. Kabir and Adnan Q. Aldayel. "Stability of Money Demand Under Interest-Free Versus Interest-Based Banking System" paper presented at the second International Conference on Islamic Political Economy in Penang, Malaysia on December 11, 1996. G. Invited Seminar/Workshop Presentations Hassan, M. Kabir. “Risk Management, Basel II and Islamic Banking Regulation,” Redmoney Group, Kuala Lumpur, March 17-19, 2008 Hassan, M. Kabir. “Islamic Banking Supervision, Basel II and Capital Adequacy,” Prime Bank Bangladesh Limited, Dhaka, January 5-8, 2008 Hassan, M. Kabir and Jung-Suk Yu. “Stock Exchange Alliances in the Organization of Islamic Conference Countries,” Paper Presented at the Imam Tarbiat University in Tehran, Iran, October 31-November 1, 2007. Hassan, M. Kabir. “Financing the Poor: Towards an Islamic Micro-Finance”, Harvard University Islamic Finance Program, April 14, 2006. Hassan, M. Kabir. “Primer on Islamic Banking and Finance,”Federation of Business Disciplines (FBD), March 14-17, 2007, San Diego, California, USA. Hassan, M. Kabir. “Financial Innovations in Islamic Finance,”Strategic Executive Programs, November 16-17, 2006, Johannesburg, South Africa. Hassan, M. Kabir. “Basel II and Islamic Banking Regulations,” Strategic Executive Progams, November 13-15, 2006, Johannesburg, South Africa Hassan, M. Kabir. “Basel II and Islamic Banking Regulations,”Euromoney Training, November 7-9, 2006, London, UK. Hassan, M. Kabir. “Key Issues in Islamic Banking,” Federal Reserve Bank of New York, New York, October 19, 2006. Hassan, M. Kabir. “Current Status of Islamic Banking in Bangladesh,” Euromoney Conference in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia, September 5-6, 2006. Hassan, M. Kabir. “Performance and Regulation of Islamic Banking in Bangladesh,” Paper Presented at the Institute of Hazrat Mohammad (SM) Foundation, Dhaka, Bangladesh, on August 12, 2006.

Hassan, M. Kabir. “Harmonization of Regulatory Framework for Islamic Banking Industry,” Paper Presented at Islamic Bank Bangladesh Limited, Dhaka, Bangladesh on August 9, 2006. Hassan, M. Kabir. “Islamic Mutual Funds” Paper presented in Markfield Institute of Higher Education in Leicester, U. K. on June 7, 2006. Hassan, M. Kabir, Joseph Farhat and Bashir Al-Zubi. “Dividend Signalling Hypothesis and ShortTerm Asset Concentration of Islamic Interest-Free Banking,” Paper Presented in Islamic Economics Research Bureau, Dhaka, Bangladesh on June 6, 2002. Hassan, M. Kabir. “Regulation and Supervision of Islamic Banks,” Paper Presented at Islamic Bank Bangladesh Limited, Dhaka, Bangladesh on June 5, 2002. Hassan, M. Kabir. “Globalization and Sustainable Development in the OIC Countries,” Paper Presented at the Dhaka Chamber of Commerce and Industries, Dhaka, Bangladesh on June 4, 2002. Hassan, M. Kabir. “Globalization: Possible Impact on the Economy of Muslim Countries,” Paper Presented at the Bangladesh Institute of Islamic Thought (BIIT), Dhaka, Bangladesh on June 3, 2002. Hassan, M. Kabir. “Regulation and Supervision of Islamic Banks,” Paper Presented at the Central Bank of Bangladesh, Dhaka, Bangladesh on June 2, 2002. Hassan, M. Kabir. “The Gold, Dollar, Islamic Dinar and Endogeneity of Money: Conceptual Framework and Empirical Evidence,” Paper Presented at the Center for Islamic Economics Research Center, King Abdul Aziz University, Jeddah, Saudi Arabia, May 29, 2002 Hassan, M. Kabir, Joseph Farhat and Bashir Al-Zubi. “Dividend Signalling Hypothesis and ShortTerm Asset Concentration of Islamic Interest-Free Banking,” Paper Presented at the Islamic Research and Training Institute (IRTI), Islamic Development Bank (ISDB), Jeddah, Saudi Arabia, May 26, 2002. Hassan, M. Kabir. “Dynamic Linkages of Output, Money, Price and Exchange Rate and Central Bank Monetary Policy Management,” Paper Presented at the 12th Conference on Monetary and Foreign Exchange Policies Organized by the Monetary and Banking Research Academy, Central Bank of Iran, in Tehran, Iran on May 19-20, 2002. Hassan, M. Kabir. “Regional Economic Blocs Among OIC Countries and The Prospect of Islamic Common Market,” Paper Presented at the International Conference on Practical Measures to Establish A Common Market Between Muslim Countries, Organized by the Organization of Islamic Conference (OIC) and University of Qatar held in Doha, Qatar, May 13-15. Hassan, M. Kabir. “Identification and Management of Market Risk for Islamic Banks,” Paper Presented at the International Seminar on “Regulation and Supervision of Islamic Banks: Current Status and Prospective Development” to be held in Khartoum, Sudan on April 24-26, 2001. Hassan, M. Kabir and Dewan Alamgir. “Microfinancial Services and Poverty Alleviation in Bangladesh: A Comparative Analysis of Secular and Islamic NGOs,” Paper Presented at the 4th International Conference on Islamic Economics and Banking held on August 13-15, 2000 at Loughborough University, United Kingdom.

Hassan, M. Kabir. "The Portfolio Investment of OIC Countries" Paper Presented at a workshop organized by ICDT and SESRTCIC in Casablanca, Morocco on September 30-October 2, 1998. Hassan, M. Kabir. "The Success and Failure of Various Regional Grouping Among the OIC Member Countries," Paper Presented at a Seminar Organized by the Bangladesh Institute of International and Strategic Studies (BIISS) on July 12, 1998 in Dhaka, Bangladesh. Hassan, M. Kabir. "The Impact of Globalization on the Financial Markets of Developing Countries". Paper Presented in Ankara, Turkey on September 18, 1997 organized by the SESRTCIC of the Organization of Islamic Countries (OIC). Hassan, M. Kabir. "Interest-Free Banking: Prospects and Problems" Invited Seminar given at the Research Center of International Islamic University, Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia on August 4, 1995. Hassan, M. Kabir. "Islamic Banking and Economics" Invited Seminar Lecture given at the Islamic Economics Cell, Bangladesh Bank on June 17, 1995, in Dhaka, Bangladesh. Hassan, M. Kabir and Adnan Q. Aldayel. "Stability of Money Demand Under Interest-free Versus Interest-Based Banking System", Invited Paper presented at Bangladesh Bank, Dhaka, Bangladesh, on January 10, 1994. Hassan, M. Kabir and Adnan Q. Aldayel. "Stability of Money Demand Under Interest-Free Versus Interest-Based Banking System", Paper presented at the 1993 Annual Meetings of MidSouth Academy of Economics and Finance held in Hot Springs, Arkansas on February 10-13, 1993. H. Organizer of International Conference on Islamic Economics, Banking and Finance Chair of Academic Committee, International Conference on ‘Zakat and Povery Alleviation in Bangladesh,’ Jointly organized by Islamic Development Bank, Jeddah, Saudi Arabia and Islamic Economics and Research Bureau, Dhaka, Bangladesh, held on December 14-15, 1998 in Dhaka, Bangladesh. Chair of Academic Committee, International Conference on ‘Financial Management in Islamic Perspective,’ Jointly organized by Islamic Development Bank, Jeddah, Saudi Arabia and Islamic Economics and Research Bureau, Dhaka, Bangladesh, held on December 21-23, 2004 in Dhaka, Bangladesh. Chair of Academic Committee, International Conference on ‘Islamic Alternatives to Poverty Alleviation : Zakat, Awqaf and Microcredit’ Jointly Organized by Islamic Development Bank, Jeddah, Saudi Arabia, Islamic Economics Research Bureau and Islamic Bank Bangladesh Limited, Dhaka, Bangladesh, to be held on April 21-23, 2007 in Dhaka, Bangladesh. I. Panel Members in Islamic Banking and Finance Workshops Special Panel on “Islamic Banking” in the 2007 Annual Conference of Financial Management Association Meetings (FMA) in Orlando, Florida, October 17-20.

Workshop on “Select Ethical and Methodological Issues in Sharia-Compliant Finance,’ organized by Harvard Law School, Islamic Legal Studies Program, Friday, April 21, 2006, in Boston, Massachusetts. Panel on “Incorporating Islamic Finance Education in Western Universities,’ Organized by INCEIF Islamic Banking and Finance Educational Colloquium, held in Kuala Lumpur, April 3-5, 2006. J. Working Papers “Faith-Based Ethical Investing- The Case of Dow Jones Islamic Indices,’ with Eric Girard, 2006. “Financial Guarantee as Innovation Tool in Islamic Project Finance,” with Issouf Soumare, 2006. “Speculative Bubbles in Islamic Stock Market-Empirical Assessment” with Seif I. Tag el-Din, 2006.