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This research aims to review the current state of Indonesian Journals of religious studies indexed by Scopus. It also attempts to reveal the contribution of the religious studies journals in the publishing of Islamic economics and finance issues. This research uses content analysis. The data retrieved from Scopus, Google Scholar, and its journal’s website. The result showed as per March 2020, there are five journals indexed by Scopus. Based on SJR, the international journal of Indonesian Muslims and societies (IJIMS) is the best journal that ranked at the Q1 level. Nevertheless, based on google scholar, the Studia Islamika journal ranked number one. These all five journals have published articles on Islamic economics and finance. Hence, the Qudus international journal of Islamic studies (QIJIS) is the most suitable for the academicians and researchers to publish their articles in the field of Islamic economics and finance.



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