With the theme ‘ZakaTech for Inclusive Development’, the 4th ICONZ welcomes the manuscripts that cover, and not limited to, the following topics:

  1.  Zakat management in facing the COVID-19 consequences. The manuscripts submitted may cover the followings:
    • Case studies from a zakat institution concerning its practices of zakat collection and distribution during the pandemic COVID-19. 
    • A qualitative study that explains the innovation of a zakat institution in tackling the COVID-19 consequences. 
    • Other relevant topics.
  1. The recent technology-based practice of zakat collection and distribution. The manuscripts submitted may cover the followings:
    • Shariah related issues in digital zakat management.
    • A case study from zakat institutions in adopting the technology.
    • Qualitative work explaining the history of a zakat institution in digitalising its management.
    • Quantitative study investigating the impact of technology use in zakat administration.
    • And other related topics.
  1. The fundamental issue of Shariah-compliance for zakat institutions. The papers submitted may concern:
    • Constructing a conceptual framework of Shariah-compliance for zakat institutions. 
    • Defining the fundamental of Shariah risk and other related risks in the context of zakat institution. 
    • Exploring the potential risks caused by the implementation of technology and the conceptual framework to mitigate them.  
    • Proposing the framework of shariah audit for zakat institutions.
    • A case study using the existing shariah audit framework for zakat institutions issued by an official agency and its potential for improvement. 
    • And other related issues. 
  1. The role of zakat institutions in responding to the global issues that relate to the fundamental of zakat. The articles submitted may address the followings: 
    • Women studies with particular relation to the utilisation and or distribution of zakat. 
    • The role of zakat in empowering underprivileged community, particularly disabled people
    • Zakat and sustainable development goals (SDGs) 2020. 
    • Zakat and circular economy.
    • Zakat and blue economy. 
    • Zakat and climate changes. 
    • And other related topics. 
  1. The performance of zakat institutions. The works submitted may cover:
    • A case study measuring the performance of zakat institution using the National Zakat Index (NZI). 
    • The impact of zakat on the Mustahik’s welfare. 
    • The financial performances of zakat institutions. 
    • A conceptual benchmark to measure the performance of zakat institution. 
  1. The contemporary issues related to the management of zakat. The articles may address the following: 
    • The relevance of ‘Zakatnomics’ concept for the current economic landscape. 
    • The definition and potential of Muzakki millennials.
    • Zakatable issues in the capital market. 
    • The literacy ability of zakat knowledge among the Muzakki. 
    • Zakat issues in a pension fund.   
    • And other relevant topics.  
  1. Accounting issues of Zakat institution. The manuscripts may cover the followings: 
    • The relevance of Zakat Core Principles (ZCP) in accounting issues of zakat institution. 
    • Financial information disclosure.
    • AAOIFI standard and PSAK109 for zakat accounting. 
    • Case study financial reporting of zakat institution across different countries. 
    • Harmonisation of the existing financial reporting standards.



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The accepted and selected papers will have opportunity to be published in the following journals:

  • The International Journal of Zakat (IJAZ – Puskas BAZNAS)
  • Indonesian Management and Accounting Research (IMAR – Trisakti)
  • Jurnal Ekonomi Bisnis Islam (JEBIS – UNAIR)