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Core Subject : Economy,
IQTISHADIA, particularly focuses on the main problems in the development of the sciences of Islamic Business and economics areas. It covers Islamic management, Islamic Banking, Islamic Marketing, Islamic Human Resources, Islamic Finance, Zakah, Waqf, Poverty Alleviation, Islamic Public Finance, Monetary Economics, Economic Development, Maqasid al-Shariah, Institutional Economics, Behavioural Economics and Finance, Corporate Governance, Risk Management, Shariah issues, Financial Engineering, Securitization and Sukuk, Islamic Capital Markets, Insurance and Takaful, Regulatory Issues, Corporate Social Responsibility in Islam and other topics which related to this area.
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The Implementation of Good Corporate Governance to Develop Islamic Micro Insurance In Indonesia Firmansyah, Irman
IQTISHADIA Vol 12, No 2 (2019): IQTISHADIA
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.21043/iqtishadia.v12i2.5508

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This study is aimed to find the best model in order to create Good Corporate Governance (GCG) for Islamic micro insurance development. The research methodology employed in this study was Analytic Network Process (ANP) using quantitative and qualitative approaches. The informants of this consist of practitioners, academia, and researchers who have good understanding of the problem. The finding of this study shows that the priority to embody good corporate governance principle in order to develop Islamic micro insurance in Indonesia namely, responsibilities, followed by equality and fairness, independences, accountability and transparency. In addition, the priorities of strategies that can be implemented to optimize GCG implementation are training and education for human resources, followed by focus on internal control mechanism, and the third is good corporate governance implementation in each level. The finding of this study also contributed to the best model of good corporate governance model to enhance Islamic micro insurance in Indonesia.
Debt And Equity-Based Financing, Size And Islamic Banks Profitability: Empirical Evidence From Indonesia Wahyudi, Rofiul; Mujibatun, Siti; Riduwan, Riduwan
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.21043/iqtishadia.v12i2.3539

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Islamic Banking as a financial institution functions to collect and distribute funds to the public. To carry out these functions, the capital structure scheme uses debt and equity based financing. In addition, the implementation is also influenced by the size which ultimately affect the performance of Islamic banking. This study aims to examine debt and equity-based financing, size and Islamic banks profitability: empirical evidence from Indonesia. The research method used is model estimation test of Moderated Regression Analysis (MRA) to see size as moderation variable. Banks profitability is represented by ROA and ROE. This study uses Islamic bank panel data from financial reports published during the sample period covering 2008-2017. The empirical findings show that debt and equity-based financing affect banks profitability. Furthemore, bank size does not moderate the debt and equity-based financing relationship to Islamic banks profitability.
Shariah Screening Methodology: Does It ‘Really’ Shariah Compliance? Ayedh, Abdullah Mohammed Ahmed; Shaharuddin, Amir; Kamaruddin, Muhammad Iqmal Hisham
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.21043/iqtishadia.v12i2.5573

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The Shariah financial screening indices is to exclude companies with unacceptable levels of conventional debt, liquidity, interest-based investment and/or impure income. Ideally, companies must not borrow on the basis of interest rate, nor invest in debt-bearing instruments, as well as not generating income through any other Shariah-impermissible activities. However, such restrictions would screen out the vast majority - if not all - of the stocks that are available on the market, even those listed in Islamic countries. Based on this condition, Shariah scholars tried to come out with a set of Shariah indices to be tested on existing companies in order to classify them as Shariah-compliant companies. Thus, the aim of this paper is to explore and critically analyse comparison of Shariah screening methodology amongst major Shariah indices in the world. By applying the reviewing for all related literature and contents of Shariah screening?s laws and regulations. It can be stated that several group of Shariah indices can be categorized. Firstly, under qualitative measures (business activities), there are two groups which are: (i) financial activities orientation; and (ii) indic with non-financial activities orientation. Meanwhile, under quantitative measures (financial ratios), another several groups can be categorized based on different adoption in the nominator, denominator and tolerate percentage used. It is hoped that this work would inspire more research on Shariah screening using different research methods and compare between the indices according to segments this research argued. Besides, the policy makers should give more attention to ensure the Shariah screening practices and the enhancement Shariah screening standardizing among the major Shariah indices. Last but not least, investors and stakeholders whom concern of Shariah screening could also benefited of the findings of this study by having better understanding of Shariah screening practices and compare between existed indices.
Is There Moral Hazard in Islamic Rural Bank Financing? Oktarina, Adelia; Fahmi, Idqan; Beik, Irfan Syauqi
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.21043/iqtishadia.v12i2.3875

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The credit market was identical to asymmetric information in it, both conventional and sharia credit markets. One of the forms of this asymmetric information was moral hazard. This study aimed to identify the existence of moral hazard in credit market (financing) by comparing the customer conditions in islamic rural bank and conventional rural bank. This study also intended to identify the factors influencing the moral hazard. The analysis used was logistic regression method. The result showed that islamic rural bank had a bigger potential to experience moral hazard compared to the conventional customers. Generally, the factors which influence the moral hazard such as age, business conditions, amount of financing, length of financing, and type of bank.
Islamic Prudential Banking Concept to Reduce Non Performing Financing: Literature Review Asiyah, Binti Nur; Nasir, M. Ridlwan; Ahsan, Muhamad
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.21043/iqtishadia.v12i2.5641

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Purpose - This paper aims to develop the concept of prudential banking based on sharia principles to minimize non-performing financing in Indonesia. Methode - This desk research was based on many relevant studies advanced in the literature.  The review was particularly focus on  Sharia Banking Law, Indonesian Banking Regulations, and Financial Services Authority Regulations. A secondary data published by the Indonesian Central Bank on Sharia Banking Statistics for 2014-2018 was used to  sharpen the analysis. In addition, many previous studies on Sharia Banking conducted in other countries (e.g.  Malaysia, Pakistan and other European countries) were discussed in order to widen the importance of Sharia banking in those countries. Findings - The findings of this study include as follows. First, the development of the concept of Islamic prudential banking in the operations of Islamic banks need  to give attention towards business risk and the certainty of the implementation of Islamic principles. Second, the operational of Islamic banks need to consider the important of  sharia human resources, sharia product, sharia process (marketing, management, and standard operational procedure (SOP)) as well. Research limitation- This research limitation article requires follow-up to explore the potential of applying Islamic prudential banking in depth to Islamic banks in Indonesia and apply it to every operational standard procedure from banks. Practical implications ? The Practical implication is that Islamic prudential banking should be implemented in accordance with the Islamic concept in its operations so that it is truly able to minimize non performing financing. This study can also be used for policy instruments to improve Islamic Prudential Banking in Indonesia which is not yet available. Also, it can be implemented by other stakeholders of Islamic Banking . Social implication- The social implication of this study  to increase work motivation and raises honesty in work, in accordance with the objectives of Islamic banks. Originality/Value - The originality of this study is due to the facts that studies on Islamic Prudential Banking have little examination. For this reason, this review study can be used as the important input to develop  Islamic prudential banking and to be implemented by the banking and the regulators 
Mashlahah in Financing Risk Measurement on Sharia Financing Institutions Said, Salmah; Sofyan, A. Syathir
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.21043/iqtishadia.v12i2.4992

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The crisis of confidence in the credit rating agency forced Islamic financing institutions to apply risk measurement methods independently and renewed the study of credit risk measurement. This research discusses mashlahah in measuring financing risk. This research is a mixed method by combining quantitative methods to measure risk by utilizing CreditRisk+ and qualitative ones in analyzing mashlahah on these measurements. This study found that there is a mashlahah in it, namely 1) Tahdib al-Fard, that is making a financial institution capable of independently measuring the risk of its own financing; 2) Iqamah al-Adl, with independent measurement will create information justice, by comparing measurement results both internally and externally. 3) Mashlahah itself (public interest), with internal risk measurement will reduce systemic risk. In the future, the measurement of risk in Islamic financing institutions needs to consider the use of combined method between conventional method and sharia concept to provide more thorough and comprehensive solutions to be optimal in solving financing risk problems faced by customers.
The Factor of Intention to Buy Snacks Labeled Halal on Muslim Students in Yogyakarta Efendi, Riyanto
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.21043/iqtishadia.v12i2.5113

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In the industrial era 4.0 as it is now making the food industry increasingly diverse and easy to reach all walks of life. Food consumed by the community must be good and healthy because every time it is circulated it does not necessarily make it healthy and does not have a halal label. That way, the Muslim community certainly must choose foods that are good, healthy, and halal for consumption. So the purpose of this study was to determine the effect of subjective norms, perceptions of behavioral control, and religion on the intention to buy halal labeled snacks for Muslim students. Methodology This study was a quantitative study involving 174 students taken with the Snowball Sampling technique. Methods of multiple linear regression data analysis using SPSS Version 20. The results of the study are as follows: (1). Subjective norms have a positive and significant effect on the intention to buy snacks for Muslim students, (2). The perceived behavioral control has a positive and significant effect on the intention to buy snacks for Muslim students, (3). Reliability has a positive and significant effect on the intention to buy snacks for Muslim students, (4). Subjective norms, perceptions of control, and Religiosity jointly influence the intention to buy snacks products labeled halal 36.8%.
ANALYSIS OF MILLENNIAL GENERATION BEHAVIOR IN CONSUMING HALAL PRODUCTS: STRUCTURAL EQUATION MODEL-PARTIAL LEAST SQUARE (SEM-PLS) METHOD Arifin, Ahmad Zaenal; Salam, Annisa Nur
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.21043/iqtishadia.v12i2.5725

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 The elevated demand of Muslim consumers for halal products is a business opportunity for producers or companies. So that attention to consumer behavior of halal products is part of market valuation that is important for achieving success in the halal industry. Meanwhile, the millennial generation will have an influence in determining the trend of product use especially since entering the digital era. So it is important to conduct further studies on the behavior of the millennial generation in consuming halal products. This research was conducted by collecting data through distributing questionnaires to 100 respondents classified as millennial generation. Then the data collected is processed with Structural Equation Modeling-Partial Least Square (SEM-PLS) and gives conclusion that the interest of millennial generation in buying halal products is influenced by Islamic branding and individual religiosity factors. While the satisfaction of the millennial generation in consuming halal products is influenced by the price factor of these products, Islamic branding and religiosity factors. Furthermore, Islamic branding indirectly influences the buying interest and satisfaction of the millennial generation in consuming halal products through a variable mediating religiosity. Therefore, Islamic branding is an urgent matter that must be fulfilled for companies that have a focus on the development of halal industrial. 

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