The content analysis method was applied to gauge CSR volume from the annual reports (the year 2006) of seven Islamic banks across seven countries This study investigated the impact of ethical identity on market value or performance of Islamic banks, in the case of Bangladesh.
The social performance was measured using an ethical identity index (Haniffa and Hudaib The study intended to bring a comparison of CSR disclosure between Islamic financial institutions (IFIs) and commercial financial institutions (CFIs), operating in the Gulf region.
The study includes opinions of 750 customers of two leading full-fledged Islamic banks of Malaysia This study explored a viewpoint of stakeholders regarding philosophy and objectives of Islamic banks in dual banking environment of Malaysia.
He considered a survey of 1500 stakeholders of two full-fledged Islamic banks of Malaysia.
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In the disclosure index, 30 items were considered across 6 dimensions.The identity method was utilized for content analysis of annual reports for the year 2002–2004.The sample of the study was 7 Islamic banks of the Gulf region The purpose of this study was to explore factors which customers consider important while selecting an Islamic bank.The content analysis was performed to gauge the CSR disclosure by taking data from annual reports of the year 2004.They have considered following dimensions in disclosure index: employee, community, philanthropy, product and service, customer and Shariah supervisory board He has considerably argued upon a fact, what an Islamic finance must do, that is a paradigm of sustainability and long-term social development under true spirits of Islamic financing and due consideration towards the sustainable financing instruments, which brings a social well-being They have argued particularly in the context of employee-stakeholder, that obligations of the employer in common law shares similarities with Islamic legal principles.The sample of the study was 29 full-fledged Islamic banks across 16 countries.The content analysis was carried out of annual reports for the year 2000–2002 He argues that the Islamic concept of CSR is derived from the basic principles of Quran, these include vicegerency of mankind on earth, divine accountability and the duty of mankind to enjoin good and forbid the evil.The sample of study comprised of 47 banks across 13 countries.The content analysis approach was applied to measure the level of CSR disclosure and other under-study variables They have examined the influence of Islam on CSR by taking a sample of 21 full-fledged Islamic financial institutions of the Gulf region.While, the other three sections are separated according to the nature of studies i.e.CSR narrative under the Islamic paradigm, CSR disclosure by Islamic banks, and CSR exposition in Islamic banks.