Business Practices


All articles accepted after 1st January, 2024, are subject to "Article Processing Charges" to provide free access to readers and to cover the costs of peer review management, journal production, online hosting, and long-term archiving. This APC is valid for the current calendar year and may be changed at any time at the sole discretion of the publisher. The submitting author is responsible for payment of the APC and must confirm, at the time of submission, that s/he will organize payment of the APC, should the article be accepted for publication. This responsibility may not be delegated to any third party unless agreed to by the publisher. 

Note: APC will be billed after the article is "Accepted" and will not affect the peer review process.  

Fee Charges:
- RM200.00 per paper (for Malaysian author)
- USD50 per paper (for International author)

Article Submission Charges
There are no article submission charges.


All expenses are borne by the Faculty of Economics and Muamalat, Universiti Sains Islam Malaysia (USIM) from the JMIFR publication fees.


Marketing to authors are appropriate, targeted and unobstructive. JMIFR engage researchers, promote the journal and drive high-quality submissions by targeting the right authors for the journal.


All advertisements are subject to the approval of the JMIFR and USIM Press, which reserves the right to reject or cancel at any time.

The journal does not release personally identifiable data on users of our website or e-mail alerts to advertisers.

All advertisements are accepted and published by Publisher on the warranty of the agency and advertiser that both are authorized to publish the entire contents and subject matter of the advertisement.


Any use of JMIFR copyrighted material for links to and from JMIFR’s website must be approved in advance by USIM Press. Any unauthorized linking is prohibited. Publisher does not endorse or support any product or organization linked to its website, nor is Publisher responsible for the content of any website promoted in an ad. The use by advertiser or its agency of pixels, beacons, cookies, tracking tags, or similar technology in advertising creative for the purpose of collecting personally identifiable information is prohibited.