Yuli Andriansyah was graduate of Department of Economics, Faculty of Economics and Master of Islamic Studies, Faculty of Islamic Studies, both in Islamic University of Indonesia.
He joined the department in 2007 as administrative staff and then in 2010 as full faculty member.
He teaches Introduction to Microeconomics and Macroeconomics, Islamic Microeconomics and Macroeconomics, and Econometrics.
His current research interests are fiscal policy, Islamic finance, and halal food and industry.
J Safitri, M Ardiansyah, Y Andriansyah (2017) Effects of Service Quality on Customer Satisfaction in BRI Syariah Yogyakarta, Indonesia, International Journal of Applied Business and Economic Research. (Scopus indexed journal)
FF Atmaja, Asmuni, Y Andriansyah (2017) An Islamic Economic Perspective of Public Finance in Indonesia Based on Ad- Ad-Dāwudī’s Thought in Kitāb al-Amwāl, International Journal of Economic Research. (Scopus indexed journal)
Y Andriansyah (2015), Internet-Based Products in Islamic Commercial Banks in Indonesia, in F Lumban Gaol, F Hutagalung (eds.), Economics, Social Sciences and Information Management: Proceedings of the 2015 International Congress on Economics, Social Sciences and Information Management (ICESSIM 2015), 28-29 March 2015, Bali, Indonesia, 177-182.