• 2016, PhD, Southeast Asian Social Inquiry, School of Humanities and Social Sciences, The University of New South Wales (UNSW), Canberra
  • 2011, MA Sociology, Department of Sociology, Flinders University, Adelaide, South Australia
  • 2010, Graduate Diploma Sociology, Department of Sociology, Flinders University, Adelaide, South Australia
  • Sosiologi Agama
  • Sosiologi Ekonomi
  • Isu-isu Kesejahteraan
  • Fatmawati, D. Isbah, M.F, Kusumaningtyas, A.P., “Pekerja Muda dan Ancaman Deskilling-Skill Trap di Sektor Transportasi Berbasis Daring”, Jurnal Studi Pemuda, vol. 8. No. 1, pp. 29-45. (2019)
  • Isbah, M. Falikul, “How is social capital converted to be economic capital? A case study from Pesantren’s socio-economic projects”, Al Izzah: Jurnal hasil-hasil penelitian, vol. 14, no. 1, pp. 18-35. (2019)
  • Isbah, M. Falikul “Public fundraising for financing Islamic education and dakwa mission”, Dinika Academic Journal of Islamic Studies, vol. 3, no. 1, pp. 55-74. (2018)
  • Isbah, M. Falikul “Pesantren dan Aktivisme Sosial-Ekonomi yang Mengakar di Masyarakat,” dalam Jamhari Makruf et al (2017), Islam Kontemporer di Indonesia dan Australia. Jakarta: Austalia Global Alumni dan PPIM UIN Jakarta. (2017)
  • Sakai, Minako and Isbah, M. Falikul, “Limits to Religious Diversity Practice in Indonesia: Case Studies from Religious Philanthropic Institutions and Traditional Islamic Schools”, Asian Journal of Social Science, 42, 6, pp. 722-746. (2014)
  • Isbah, M. Falikul, ‘Religiously Committed and Prosperously Developed: the Survival of Pesantren Salaf in Modern Indonesian Islamic Education’, Review of Indonesian and Malaysian Affairs, vol. 46, no. 1, pp. 83-104. (2012)