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International Journal of Economics, Management and Accounting
This study aims at exploring the significant predictors of Islamic bank survival within the time-varying covariate of risk time exposure. Thus, limited survival studies on the Islamic banks divert the attention of policymakers and practitioners on the failure hazard likelihood and other means to mitigate its menace. The paper adopted panel survival analysis on the Islamic banks of 24 countries. Subsequently, mixed effect and logit model were employed to confirm the earlier predictions and tofatcat:3ufga63aafcfdf47ircyjxxba4