The DESA Working Papers are preliminary documents circulated in a limited number of copies and posted on this web site, to stimulate discussion and important touch upon the broad vary of economic, social and environmental issues related to the United Nations Growth Agenda. 54- 2001: Kesepaduan Islam Dalam Sains Sosial Masakini: Kes Pengurusan Pembangunan Berteraskan Islam di Universiti Sains Malaysia” (The Integratedness of Islam in Contemporary Social Sciences: The Case of Islamic Improvement Management at Universiti Sains Malaysia), a paper presented at Seminar Islam Di Pusat-Pusat Pengajian Tinggi ASEAN Ke-3, organized by Islamic College, Universiti Kebangsaan Malaysia and the State of Malacca Government, at Century Mahkota Lodge, Melaka, 5-7 November.
forty one- 1999: Usahawan Islam: Erti dan Strategi” (Islamic Entrepreneurs: That means and Strategies), a paper introduced at Seminar Usahawan Islam, organised by Muslim College students Association, Universiti Sains Malaysia, at Kg Kubur Panjang, Pendang, Kedah, 5 October.
sixty two- 2004: Prinsip Pembangunan Berteraskan Islam” (Principles of Islamic Improvement), a paper offered at Seminar Indeks-Indeks Pembangunan Dari Perspektif Islam (Seminar on the Index of Development From Islamic Perspective), organized by Institute of Islamic Understanding (IKIM) dan Jabatan Pembangunan Persekutuan Kelantan (JPP) at New Pacific Lodge, Kota Bharu, Kelantan, 28-29 Ogos 2004.
12- 2000: Kualiti Dalam Pembangunan” (High quality in Growth), a lecture delivered at Bengkel Pengurusan Islam, organized by National Institute of Public Administration (INTAN), Department of Public Companies Malaysia, at INTAN Bukit Kiara, Kuala Lumpur, 20-21 December.
30- 1996: “Islamic Development With out Islamic State: An Analysis of Islamic Improvement Method in Terengganu, Malaysia “, a paper presented at Second International Convention on Islamic Political Financial system: Methodology and Follow From An Asian Perspective In Reponse to Globalization, organized by International Undertaking on Islamic Political Economic system (IPIPE), Faculty of Social Sciences, Universiti Sains Malaysia with the cooperation of Secretariat for Islamic Philosophy and Sciences, Universiti Sains Malaysia, Yayasan Nurul Yaqeen, Kuala Lumpur and Japan Asia Foundation Centre, Tokyo at Universiti Sains Malaysia, Penang, 10-11 December.