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Islamic Prudential Banking Concept to Reduce Non Performing Financing: Literature Review Asiyah, Binti Nur; Nasir, M. Ridlwan; Ahsan, Muhamad
IQTISHADIA Vol 12, No 2 (2019): IQTISHADIA
Publisher : Ekonomi Syariah IAIN Kudus

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 
Comparative Analysis of Customer Loyalty in Islamic and Conventional Banks: A Literature Review Subagiyo, Rokhmat; Djamaluddin, Burhan; Ahsan, Muhamad
al-Uqud : Journal of Islamic Economics Vol 5, No 1 (2021): January
Publisher : Universitas Negeri Surabaya

Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.26740/al-uqud.v5n1.p97-118

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This paper aims to analyze customer loyalty to Islamic banks and conventional banks through variables studied from previous research. This study used a qualitative approach to research literature, with data collected from reputable international journal articles indexed Q3 to Q1 and nationally accredited Sinta 3 to Sinta 2. This study examines 55 selected articles about customer loyalty from 1998-2019. The analysis results show that the independent variables, moderating variables, and intervening variables in determining customer loyalty to Islamic banks and conventional banks overlap (have similarities).
PERAN MANDIRI ENTREPRENEUR CENTER (MEC) SURABAYA DALAM MENCETAK WIRAUSAHAWAN Iman, Aldi Khusmufa Nur; Ahsan, Muhamad
el-Qist : Journal of Islamic Economics and Business (JIEB) Vol. 7 No. 2 (2017): eL-Qist
Publisher : Program Studi Ekonomi Syariah, Fakultas Ekonomi dan Bisnis Islam UIN Sunan Ampel Surabaya

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Penelitian ini ditujukan untuk menjawab pertanyaan bagaimana peran Mandiri Entrepreneur Center (MEC) Surabaya dalam mencetak wirausahawan dan proses apa saja yang mendukung dan menghambat Mandiri Entrepreneur Center (MEC) Surabaya dalam mencetak wirausahawan. Dari hasil penelitian diperoleh bahwa peran yang dilakukan Mandiri Entrepreneur Center (MEC) Surabaya dalam mencetak wirausahawan yaitu dengan menjalankan pendidikan kewirausahaan antara lain Entrepreneur Camp, Entrepreneur Session, Entrepreneur Motivation dan Entrepreneur Challenge. Selain itu pihak manajemen juga sangat totalitas dalam mendidik peserta didik. Sedangkan untuk proses yang mendukung Mandiri Entrepreneur Center (MEC) Surabaya dalam mencetak wirausahawan diantaranya adalah fasilitas sarana dan prasarana, support dari beberapa pihak seperti manajemen, pengajar dan warga sekitar, selain itu ada pula faktor pendukung utama yaitu karakter dan kemauan dari dalam diri peserta didik serta orang tua. Namun karakter dari dalam diri peserta didik dan juga orang tua bisa menjadi faktor penghambat pula, jika kemauan dari dalam diri peserta didik dirasa kurang serta tidak adanya dukungan dari orang tua.
Islamic Prudential Banking Concept to Reduce Non Performing Financing: Literature Review Asiyah, Binti Nur; Nasir, M. Ridlwan; Ahsan, Muhamad
IQTISHADIA Vol 12, No 2 (2019): IQTISHADIA
Publisher : Ekonomi Syariah IAIN Kudus

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 
Students’ Investment Decisions with Intention as an Intervening Variable Ummah, Afaful; Ahsan, Muhamad; Anas, Ahmad
EQUILIBRIUM Vol 9, No 1 (2021): EQUILIBRIUM
Publisher : Prodi Ekonomi Syariah Pascasarjana IAIN Kudus

Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.21043/equilibrium.v9i1.9995

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This quantitative research aimed to determine the factors influencing students’ decisions to invest with intention as an intervening variable using the Partial Least Square (PLS) method through the smartPLS 3.0. The population in this study was UINSA students who already had accounts in GIS UINSA. The research sample of 110 respondents was selected using purposive sampling techniques. The results showed that intention influences students’ investment decisions. Returns and technological advancements influence their investment decision through intention, both directly and indirectly.Conversely, knowledge, motivation, and capital market training do not affect that, either directly or indirectly. Therefore, knowledge and Islamic capital market training need more attention. It can be done by optimizing the socialization and education about the Islamic capital market by holding seminars, training, webinar and providing facilities and tools that promote the motivation to invest in the Islamic capital market to influence the intention of students to invest.
Meta Synthesis of GCG, SSB, and CSR on Islamic Banking Performance Usdeldi, Usdeldi; Nasir, M. Ridlwan; Ahsan, Muhamad
IQTISHADIA Vol 14, No 1 (2021): IQTISHADIA
Publisher : Ekonomi Syariah IAIN Kudus

Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.21043/iqtishadia.v14i1.10175

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This research applies a meta-synthesis of research articles on financial and maqasid sharia performance from three dimensions: Good Corporate Governance (GCG), Sharia Supervisory Board (SSB), and Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR). The meta-synthesis was carried out on 50 articles from Scopus-indexed international (Q4-Q1) and Sinta-accredited national (S5-S1) journals published between 2000 and 2020. The meta-synthesis is used as a qualitative systematic review method, which has not been used in similar studies. The results show an inconsistent influence of exogenous variables (GCG, SSB, and CSR) on endogenous variables (financial performance and maqasid sharia performance). The inconsistency is likely due to differences in various and incomprehensive uses of variables and measurement indicators. The optimal implementation of GCG, SSB, and CSR  can affect financial performance.
Meta Synthesis of GCG, SSB, and CSR on Islamic Banking Performance Usdeldi, Usdeldi; Nasir, M. Ridlwan; Ahsan, Muhamad
IQTISHADIA Vol 14, No 1 (2021): IQTISHADIA
Publisher : Ekonomi Syariah IAIN Kudus

Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.21043/iqtishadia.v14i1.10175

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This research applies a meta-synthesis of research articles on financial and maqasid sharia performance from three dimensions: Good Corporate Governance (GCG), Sharia Supervisory Board (SSB), and Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR). The meta-synthesis was carried out on 50 articles from Scopus-indexed international (Q4-Q1) and Sinta-accredited national (S5-S1) journals published between 2000 and 2020. The meta-synthesis is used as a qualitative systematic review method, which has not been used in similar studies. The results show an inconsistent influence of exogenous variables (GCG, SSB, and CSR) on endogenous variables (financial performance and maqasid sharia performance). The inconsistency is likely due to differences in various and incomprehensive uses of variables and measurement indicators. The optimal implementation of GCG, SSB, and CSR  can affect financial performance.
Implementasi Strategi Pengembangan Bisnis Dengan Business Model Canvas Sukarno, Bangkit Rambu; Ahsan, Muhamad
Jurnal Manajemen dan Inovasi (MANOVA) Vol. 4 No. 2 (2021): Juli 2021
Publisher : Program Studi Manajemen Fakultas Ekonomi dan Bisnis Islam Universitas Islam Negeri Sunan Ampel Surabaya

Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.15642/manova.v4i2.456

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This study aims to determine the mapping of existing business strategies and develop new business strategies into a business model canvas. The method used is descriptive qualitative. Data were collected through observation, documentation, and interview. The collected data were analyzed using SWOT analysis and the results were elaborated into nine elements of the Business Model Canvas. The results showed that the business strategy obtained from the Business Model Canvas mapping is good enough because each element supports each other to increase revenue. The practical implication is that several strategies must be improvised to increase revenue, including by developing key resources, increasing the cost structure for advertising, and persuading customers to become resellers as key partnerships, customer relationships, and channels.