The INVEST Journal of Sharia & Economic Law, with electronic International Standard Serial Number (E-ISSN) 2776-4354 and print International Standard Serial Number (P-ISSN) 2776-4982, is published by the Institut Agama Islam Negeri Ponorogo in Indonesia and is organized by the Sharia Faculty. 


The INVEST Journal of Sharia and Economic Law focuses on Sharia law's legal framework, prioritizing principles that promote human well-being and socioeconomic justice. It offers a platform for scholarly work that enriches global finance and economic discussions through the lens of Sharia principles. Utilizing the Philosophy/Maqashid, Historical, and Fiqh/Ijtihad integrate with normative and empirical law methodologies, the journal provides comprehensive insights into Sharia law and its implications for global economic transactions, fostering innovative solutions to contemporary challenges.


A fundamental element of our academic endeavors is the incorporation of Islamic Economics, Fiqh Muamalah, and Legal Studies. We invited research papers from scholars and practitioners in the following fields.

  1. Fiqh muamalah
  2. Islamic law
  3. Islamic philanthropy (zakat, waqf and infaq)
  4. Maqhasid Sharia
  5. Halal industry and services
  6. Islamic economics
  7. Islamic capital markets
  8. Risk management
  9. Alternative dispute resolution
  10. Financial systems, fintech and digital currency
  11. Theory of Islamic contracts
  12. Intellectual property right
  13. Fatwa and Islamic legal thought
  14. Consumer protection and ethics
  15. Islamic economic legal politics and legislation
  16. Halal food and tourism

This combination of disciplines forms the basis of Sharia Economic Law, providing a solid foundation that not only unites theoretical Islamic economic principles with practical applications, but also encourages interdisciplinary research. By merging legal theory, economics, and the Sharia principles into a cohesive framework, we can effectively address and navigate the complexities of contemporary economic systems.