I was keynote speaker in International Seminar held on "Islamic Finance and Its Global Challenges" at University Islam Sultan Agung (UNISULLA) in Semarang, Indonesia, on May 11, 2011. This seminar was specially held to commemorate a centennial celebration of Syafrudin Prawiranegara whose thought had significantly influenced the Indonesian Monetary philosophy and Islamic Economic Development. Mr. Prawiranegara was the first governor of Indonesian Central Bank after Indonesian independence from Dutch colonialization. His main philosophy was that economics were rooted in Al-Qur'an with the best practice in Sunnah. This philosophy is also practiced by the current governor of Indonesian Central Bank, (Bank Indonesia), Prof. Dr. Darmin Nasution who strongly supported the one day seminar.

The invitation was extended to me by the President of UNISULLA Prof. Dr. Laode M. Kamaluddin.

I was International Guest Lecturer on two simultaneous occasions: the first one the seminar on "The Islamic Economic and Finance in the Globalization Era of Moslem Countries" and the other launching of "Center for International Islamic Economics Studies" (CIIES) by Dean of Faculty of Economics and Business, Airlangga University, Surabaya, Indonesia.

The invitation was extended to me by Prof. Dr. H. Suroso Imam Zadjuli, SE, Senior Lecturer of the Faculty of Economics & Business and Postgraduate Program of Airlangga University, Surabaya

Integrating Money in Capital Theory: A Legal Perspective (2006)

Islamic Leasing and its Impact on Islamic Banking in Iran (2005)
A Paper Presented at International Conference on Islamic Leasing Joman Al-Khaleej Center for Islamic Finance Consultancy, Kuwait

Islamic Banking: A Last Ditch to Save Capitalism (2004)

Competing IRRs in Islamic Banking and Zero Cost of Capital (2003)

The Role of a Central Bank in an Islamic Banking A Paper Presented at the Conference on Islamic Banking at the Bank of England (2002)

An Analytical Review of Islamic Banking as Practiced in Iran (1998)

Resource Mobilization for Government Expenditures through Islamic Modes of Contract: The Case of Iran (1995)

Some Considerations on the Size of the Public Sector in the Islamic Republic of Iran (1988)