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International Journal of Islamic Economics
ISSN : 26862131     EISSN : 26862166     DOI : https://doi.org/10.32332/ijie.v1i02
Core Subject : Economy,
Focus and Scope International Journal of Islamic Economics (IJIE) is an Islamic Economics journal published by the Postgraduate of IAIN Metro Lampung Indonesia. FOCUS This journal focused on Islamic economics, finance, and management studies through the publication of articles, research reports, and book reviews. SCOPE IJIE specializes in Islamic economics, finance, and managament related studies and is intended to communicate original research and current issues on the subject. This journal welcomes contributions from scholars of related disciplines.
Articles 36 Documents
Islamicity Indices: A Moral Compass for Reform and Effective Institutions Hossein Askari
Jurnal Internasional Ekonomi Islam Vol 1 No 01 (2019): International Journal of Islamic Economics
Publisher : The Postgraduate of Institut Agama Islam Negeri Metro Lampung

Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.32332/ijie.v1i01.1574

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“Islamicity Indices” are based on the Islamic teachings of the holy Qur’an and the Hadiths. Islam’s foundational teachings are summarized; the rules that follow are deduced; and then the important institutions that these teachings and rules indicate are identified.These rules and institutions are in turn then used to construct indices for measuring the degree of Islamicity—the reflection and manifestation of these teachings in a community or a country.The purpose of “Islamicity Indices” is to provide a compass for fundamental economic, social and legal reforms—a compass that embodies quantifiable goals and targets that can be negotiated, results that can be monitored and assessed and policies that can be modified to achieve the set targets. Importantly, these indices can open up a debate among Muslims about the deeper meaning of their religion and going well beyond its more mechanical requirements andsuch a debate, based on quantified Islamic teachings, cannot be easily dismissed by those in power.When non-Muslim and Muslim countries are compared, the indices indicate that New Zealand, Australia, Canada and the countries of Northern Europe occupy the top ten positions in adopting Islamic rules for their foundation. These are countries that are generally regarded as the most successful socio-economic countries. Thus the problem is not with Islam but with Muslims as they do not uphold the rules, which translate into institutions, recommended in Islam. The results of these indices since 2000 show the failure of most Muslim countries and the urgent need for sustained reform.
Measuring Healthiness Of Islamic Banks Using Solvabilitas Financial Ratios Muhammad Hanafi Zuardi
Jurnal Internasional Ekonomi Islam Vol 3 No 01 (2021): International Journal of Islamic Economics
Publisher : The Postgraduate of Institut Agama Islam Negeri Metro Lampung

Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.32332/ijie.v3i1.3279

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The purpose of the study was to analyze the soundness level of PT Bank Central Asia (BCA) Syariah using the solvency ratio for the 2015-2019 period. This type of research is quantitative with a descriptive approach, where the data source used is secondary data sources. The data collection technique uses the documentation method in the form of financial reports which have been presented on the official website of PT BCA Syariah. The data analysis technique uses the assessment of the level of health using the solvency ratio with independent variables and measurement using the CAR and DER ratios. The results showed that the CAR ratio for the 2015-2019 period was ranked 1 in the very healthy category, namely the CAR ratio was greater than the predetermined bank health standard, namely 8%. Meanwhile, the DER ratio for the 2015-2019 period experienced a significant increase. This increase in the DER ratio indicates that the condition of the DER ratio is in an unhealthy state, because the calculation of the DER ratio is more than the minimum health standard for the DER ratio, namely DER <58%. Based on the results of the study, the health composite ranking of PT BCA Syariah using the Solvency Ratio in 2015-2019 The CAR ratio is in a healthy rating, while the DER ratio is in a very unhealthy rating. so this indicates that the bank has not been able to finance its long-term and short-term debt with its own capital.
A THEMATIC LITERATURE REVIEW ON SUKUK Fareiny Morni
Jurnal Internasional Ekonomi Islam Vol 1 No 02 (2019): International Journal of Islamic Economics
Publisher : The Postgraduate of Institut Agama Islam Negeri Metro Lampung

Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.32332/ijie.v1i02.1803

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Although there has been extensive research being done in the field of Islamic finance, literature on sukuk are inadequate. This paper intends to present a thematic review of this subject matter. Through a thematic and chronological review, this paper is divided into the following themes; the first two sections are general i.e. we begin with an overview on the structure and nature of a sukuk contract, and the theories that have been adopted in sukuk research. While the remaining sections are separated according to the type of research i.e. a comparison between sukuk and bonds and investors’ perception of sukuk, and the impact of sukuk on economic growth. Besides providing a summary of the main points covered in current literature, this paper also highlight trends and issues on sukuk research and provide insight on limitation of current research as well as suggest future research directions.
The Efficacy of Monetary Transmission Mechanism: The Case of the United States Alaa Alaabed
Jurnal Internasional Ekonomi Islam Vol 1 No 01 (2019): International Journal of Islamic Economics
Publisher : The Postgraduate of Institut Agama Islam Negeri Metro Lampung

Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.32332/ijie.v1i01.1575

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This paper empirically investigates the effectiveness of monetary policy transmission in the United States from 1975-2010 using the Long-Run Structural Modelling (LRSM) and the techniques of error correction and variance decompositions. The results indicate that the domestic credit and exchange rate channels are relatively effective in influencing the real GDP per capita, and so is inflation-targeting, while the interest rate channel does not appear to play an important role as a monetary transmission mechanism, bearing in mind the interlinkages between the channels. The empirical analysis suggests that policy measures and structural reforms must be targeted accordingly in order to promote the effectiveness of monetary transmission mechanisms in the US and similar countries.
Zakat versus Taxation as Islamic Fiscal Policy Tool Samsad Jahan
Jurnal Internasional Ekonomi Islam Vol 3 No 01 (2021): International Journal of Islamic Economics
Publisher : The Postgraduate of Institut Agama Islam Negeri Metro Lampung

Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.32332/ijie.v3i1.3129

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Linking Islamic instrument like zakah with social responsibility and economic growth is an area which is often unspoken. As such, this research intends to find out the potential challenges zakah can face while it is used as fiscal policy tool which has link with Islamic socially responsible financing to economic growth to poverty alleviation mentioning few. Though many Muslim based countries using Tax as an alternative tool for government earning, zakah as a tool has broader spectrum from having impact on economic development to the role as an instrument for Islamic socially responsible finance. This research uses qualitative paradigm to analyze the literature. The research is based on a desk-based research. The findings of this research prove that there are challenges to establish zakah as prescribed in the revealed text which can be minimized through different actions. It is projected that properly executed plan to manage zakah could be used as an instrument of fiscal policy as well as an Islamic socially responsible financing instrument.
CONTROVERSY ON RIBA PROHIBITION: MAQASHID SHARIAH PERSPECTIVE Muhammad Iqbal Fasa; Itsla Yunisva Aviva; Yayan Firmansah; Suharto Suharto
Jurnal Internasional Ekonomi Islam Vol 1 No 02 (2019): International Journal of Islamic Economics
Publisher : The Postgraduate of Institut Agama Islam Negeri Metro Lampung

Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.32332/ijie.v1i02.1804

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Riba is one of debated issues in modern times. Although the Qur'an forbids Riba, there are still Muslim scholars who are debated on the operational definition of Riba. Differences in opinion can be found in the repertoire of fiqh and tafsir al-Qur’an pre-modern and modern. Naturally, the debates are often influenced by the particular sociological context. There is existing view which distinguishes bank interest with usury, thus implies the permissibility interest rate in financial transactions. Prohibition of Riba, from the perspective of maqashid syariah, is based on moral considerations and humanity. It is because the essence of the prohibition is to eliminate of all forms of injustices and unfairness in economic practices. The method of this paper is based on literature review by reviewing in-depth the books, commentaries and writings on maqashid sharia, interest rate transaction, and usury.
Financial Ratio Analysis of Sharia Bank in Indonesia Esty Apridasari
Jurnal Internasional Ekonomi Islam Vol 2 No 02 (2020): International Journal of Islamic Economics
Publisher : The Postgraduate of Institut Agama Islam Negeri Metro Lampung

Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.32332/ijie.v2i2.2992

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The development of Sharia Banking in Indonesia in the last few years is arguably relatively rapid. This progress is indicated by the increasing number of Islamic financial institutions, Sharia Banks and Sharia Business Units. This study analyzes the financial ratios of Sharia Banks in Indonesia to determine the performance and health of Sharia banks from 2014 to 2018. This study uses secondary data by looking at CAR. BOPO, NPF, FDR and NOM as financial ratios. The results show that the analysis of the financial ratios of Sharia Banks in Indonesia from 2014 to 2018, several ratio values are by the standard set by Bank Indonesia, which are CAR, BOPO, and NPF. As for FDR, in the last two years of the research period, the value was still below the standard set by Bank Indonesia. Likewise, for the NOM ratio, the value is still far below the standard set by Bank Indonesia. This research shows that the financial ratio of Sharia Banks in Indonesia is generally still having a good rating; it means that their performance during the research period year is quite good.
Hyperbolic Discounting in Fiscal Policy: The Case of Malaysian Government Budget Putri Swastika; Azura Othman
Jurnal Internasional Ekonomi Islam Vol 1 No 01 (2019): International Journal of Islamic Economics
Publisher : The Postgraduate of Institut Agama Islam Negeri Metro Lampung

Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.32332/ijie.v1i01.1571

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Thispaper examines the lag effect of interest payments on the national output represented by GDP. The lag effectimplies the observation of hyperbolic discounting in the fiscal policy. The idea is round-eyed;that the government takes on high debts to finance their spending while not factoring or placing less importanceon the cost of the interest payments. The concept of hyperbolic discounting of behavioral economics is used in this paper to explain this phenomenon in the present path of public policy which operates under an interest-based system. We conduct this analysis by examiningthe present fiscal model and its effect on the economy, wherein debt is preferredin fiscal policy framework.It appears from the findings that the trend in Malaysia’s fiscal policy shows the presence of hyperbolic discounting.Shifting the debt burden to future governments and spending above revenue capacity can be seen as a manifestation of the common pool problem. Two main policy recommendations can be made. Firstly, the fiscal policy structure has to move away from the current interest-based borrowing. This is because an intrinsic feature of the interest-based system is that the risks of a debt transaction are transferred from the lender to the borrower.Secondly, the current tax structure can be simplied to improve tax compliance so as to improve tax revenue collection.Both the above policy recommendations have the potential of reducing the effect of hyperbolic discounting. The first increases the interaction between the government and the public thus enhances the governance structure of the government. The government will have to be more transparent in its dealing as the public has a vested interest in the development projects. The second enhances the first effect by providing a potential increase in tax revenue which will reduce the stress on debt servicing and the need for borrowing.
Cash Waqf As Source Of Funding For Financial Technology Startups Siti Nurjanah; Uswatun Hasanah
Jurnal Internasional Ekonomi Islam Vol 3 No 01 (2021): International Journal of Islamic Economics
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.32332/ijie.v3i1.3467

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Productive management of cash waqf can be used as a new strategy to alleviate poverty and create prosperity for the community if it is managed properly and properly and can support economic stability. Cash waqf opens up unique opportunities to create investment to provide religious services, educational services and social services. Cash waqf is very potential but not popular, causing the role of cash waqf not yet optimal. Cash waqf in Indonesia has been legalized by national law and MUI. This is a positive opportunity to develop the economy, education and become a better instrument of community welfare, but there is still little understanding of the importance of cash waqf for development so that a stimulus is needed so that cash waqf management can be developed productively supported by financial technology, in the economic era 4.0 the majority of the use of digitizing economy, endowment money is used as capital for businesses, especially for companies with the ultimate goal of business empowerment community for are generally SMEs and companies startup through platform crowdfunding.
BLENDING ISLAMIC MICROFINANCE AND PRODUCTIVE ZAKAT TO SUPPORT SDGS IN FISHERIES SECTOR Kevin Joan; Bambang Catur Pambudi; Dimas Putra Adjie
Jurnal Internasional Ekonomi Islam Vol 1 No 02 (2019): International Journal of Islamic Economics
Publisher : The Postgraduate of Institut Agama Islam Negeri Metro Lampung

Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.32332/ijie.v1i02.1805

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This paper attempts to offer a viable alternative model to tackle credit distribution problems by using integration of the credit distribution strategy between the financial institutions and amil zakat institution based on kafalah contract. The extant literature on the (i) financing constraints faced by fishermen, and (ii) quadruple helix strategy have been reviewed critically and used in the attempt of proposing an alternative model. The paper has developed blending strategy of Islamic microfinance and productive zakat as a source of financing for fishermen in coastal areas. This model is expected to provide fishermen to meet their liquidity constraint in developing their business. The paper is based on conceptual explorations of literature in the area of Islamic microfinance and zakat. This is a conceptual paper, so it did not employ any empirical analysis. The findings of this paper will provide strategy to optimize fishermen’s business which will increase their prosperity.

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