Muhammad Said
Universitas Islam Negeri Syarif Hidayatullah Jakarta

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Islamic Economic Methodology Aproach to Achieve Economic Equity: Epistemological Study Nur Azlina; R. Melda Maesarach; Muhammad Said
BASKARA : Journal of Business and Entrepreneurship Vol 4, No 2 (2022): Baskara: Journal of Business and Entrepreneurship
Publisher : Universitas Muhammadiyah Jakarta

Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.54268/baskara.4.2.28-39


Economic policies based on capitalism and socialism have proven to have failed to create a just economy. As a result of adhering to capitalist and socialist ideologies, macroeconomic imbalances and national instability occur. The welfare and prosperity of the people does not depend on production alone, but also on its proper distribution. Wealth in a country can be produced in large quantities, but if its distribution is not based on true and fair principles, then the country will not be able to achieve prosperity. This article aims to find out how the methodology of Islamic economics realizes equity and falah. This research uses descriptive qualitative research method with a literature review approach. Data collection techniques, with literature, from several sources obtained that are relevant to the theme. Books, journals, websites, and others. The data analysis technique is descriptive qualitative, describing the study of Islamic economic epistemology that can help realize economic equity. The results in this study BMT is a financial institutional system that is able to reform the conventional economic system and bring economic justice and equitable distribution with practical provisions through syar'i arrangements in collecting and distributing through wadi'ah, mudharabah, musyarakah, murabahah, salam, istishna transactions. , ijarah, and qardh. The implementation of Islamic social finance in Indonesia can be seen through the existence of various financial institutions that provide financial services by involving Islamic social funds such as Baznas (National Amil Zakat Agency), BWI (Indonesian Waqf Board) and other institutions with the aim of embracing the middle, small, and medium-sized micro communities.
Tamwil Vol 8, No 1 (2022)
Publisher : IAIN Batusangkar

Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.31958/jtm.v8i1.5852


The purpose of this study is to analyze aspects of equitable and sustainable economic development through a system of values with Islamic axiological analysis. The research method uses qualitative methods with data collection techniques using literature studies from various sources in the form of books, journal articles and other documents. The results show that fair, equitable and sustainable economic development has not been able to be realized optimally by the government, development is only concentrated in the city center so that there are still many areas that are categorized as underdeveloped villages, limited facilities and infrastructure in economic activity, educational institutions that do not adequate and the communication network is still difficult. The economic development that has been carried out at this time has not been able to be felt and enjoyed by the entire Indonesian people, only a small number of people enjoy it, so that welfare and justice for all Indonesian people cannot be realized. Zakat and Waqf are financial instruments which are social funds in the Islamic economic system that can be used in alleviating poverty and distributing wealth in realizing equity and justice..
The Urgency of Halal Tourism Literacy in Responding to Rejection of Halal Tourism in Indonesia Abdul Rachman; Mayang Ayu Faluthamia; Muhammad Said; Arie Haura
Afkaruna: Indonesian Interdisciplinary Journal of Islamic Studies Vol 18, No 1 (2022): June 2022
Publisher : Fakultas Agama Islam Universitas Muhammadiyah Yogyakarta

Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.18196/afkaruna.v18i1.12770


Halal tourism has received a rejection from several people in Indonesia because it is understood as a form of Islamization of tourism. This rejection is evidence of the lack of literacy in Halal Tourism in the community regarding Halal Tourism. The purpose of this paper is to investigate the rejection of Halal Tourism in several regions of Indonesia and to discover the important role of Halal Tourism literacy in responding to the rejection of Halal Tourism from some communities. This study used a qualitative descriptive approach using document analysis as a data collection technique. The results of this study indicate that Halal Tourism literacy is very important to be able to increase public understanding of Halal Tourism that the concept of Halal Tourism is a universal concept that can be accepted by all religions, societies, cultures, and governments. Halal Tourism Literacy has an important role to socialize that Halal Tourism is not a form of Islamization of tourism but rather an extended service in the tourism industry in Indonesia.