NBER Working Papers
DNB workers publish their research within the DNB Working Paper collection, which are supposed for publication in main economics and finance peer-reviewed journals. 67- 2005: Islam Hadhari Sebagai Pemangkin Pembinaan Insan dan Pembangunan Sosial: Sejauh Mana Masyarakat Menerimanya” (Islam Hadhari as a Catalyst to Human Construct and Social Improvement: To What Extent the Society Accepts It), a paper introduced at Seminar Kebangsaan Mengkaji Pemikiran YAB Dato’ Seri Abdullah Ahmad Badawi Terhadap Pembinaan Insan dan Pembangunan Sosial (Nationwide Seminar on the Study of the Thought of YAB Dato’ Seri Abdullah Ahmad Badawi on Human Assemble and Social Development), organized by Institut Sosial Malaysia (ISM) at Resort Renaissance, Kuala Lumpur, 5 April 2005.
20- 2005: Kemiskinan dan Zakat: Satu Catatan Teoritis” (Poverty and Zakat: A Theoretical Be aware), a lecture delivered at Seminar Zakat dan Kemiskinan (Seminar on Zakat and Poverty), organized by Institut Kajian Zakat (IKaZ), Universiti Teknologi MARA (UiTM) (Melaka), 8 September.
16- 1993: “Islamic Change in Malaysia: The Politics of Unfavourable Responses”, a paper introduced at The Twenty-First Conference of the Canadian Council on Southeast Asian Research, organised by the Canadian Council for Southeast Asian Studies at the College of Alberta, Edmonton, Canada, 15-17 October.
18- 1994: “The Administration of Tribulations: The Arqam’s Arts of Survival in Malaysia”, a paper offered at The Eleventh Assembly of the American Council for the Study of Islamic Societies, organised by the American Council for the Studies of Islamic Societies at Georgetown University, Washington D.C., USA, 17-18 March.
5- 1984: “Beberapa Aspek Kesepaduan Ilmu Dalam Islam: Kes Ilmu Pembangunan Berteraskan Islam” (Some Integrated Points of Data in Islam: The Case of Islamic Development Data), paper presented on the One‑Day Discussion board on Built-in Education (with Working Papers), organised by Training Centre, National College of Malaysia, Bangi, Selangor, 30 October.