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ASIAN JOURNAL OF ISLAMIC MANAGEMENT (AJIM)
ISSN : 27460037     EISSN : 27222330     DOI : http://dx.doi.org/10.20885/AJIM
The Asian Journal of Islamic Management (AJIM) is a peer-review journal publishes quality and in-depth analysis on current issues within Asia and Islamic management topics. The journal publishes twice a year every June and December. AJIM welcomes strong and original evidence-based empirical studies on the aspect of Islamic management in the Asia context. The journal is open-accessed for scholarly readers. The following are suggested areas of interest, but not limited to: Marketing of Islamic financial products and services Halal supply chain and operations management Halal tourism and hospitality management Halal foods, beverages, cosmetics, pharmaceuticals, toiletries Muslim consumer behavior, segmentation, targeting, positioning Religiosity of consumers, employees, leaders, managers, suppliers Islamic codes of conduct and ethics in management Islamic leadership and followership, leader-member relations Takaful, zakah (charity) and waqf management Riba, gharar, maisir Islam, technology and management Digital marketing, financial technology, e-recruitment Islam, competition, coopetition and strategic management Islam, cross-culture and management Value chain management and customer satisfaction Islamic lean manufacturing, and operations
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An investigation toward purchase intention of halal beef from traditional market: A TPB perspective Mohammad Khibran
Asian Journal of Islamic Management (AJIM) VOLUME 1 ISSUE 1, 2019
Publisher : Faculty of Business & Economics, Universitas Islam Indonesia

Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.20885/ajim.vol1.iss1.art1

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Purpose: The aim of this study was to investigate the consumer behavior toward purchasing intention of halal beef in Yogyakarta traditional Market, by using the Theory of Planned Behavior (TPB) that consisted of attitude behavior, subjective norm and perceived behavioral control, which was moderated by self-identity (religiosity).Methodology: The research used quantitative approach through convenience sampling by using questionnaires, which were distributed to adult Muslim beef consumers from 21-60 years old. In total, there are 110 respondents collected.Findings: The finding of this research showed that the theory of planned behavior (attitude behavior, subjective norm and perceived control behavior) directly influence the purchasing intention toward halal beef in Yogyakarta traditional market, while self-identity (religiosity) moderated the TPB to influence the purchasing intention. Besides, the purchasing intention toward halal beef in Yogyakarta is quite high. It was shown by the high intention to consume halal beef daily.Originality: The lack of published research about the consumption of halal products in Indonesia limits the literature and data for this research. The use of halal logo on beef product sold in traditional market can be applied in this case, both for the butcher and slaughterhouse.
Advertisement and the extrinsic cues toward buying attitude: Case of Wardah halal cosmetics Dara Anggun Puspita Dewi; Guruh Ghifar Zalzalah
Asian Journal of Islamic Management (AJIM) VOLUME 1 ISSUE 1, 2019
Publisher : Faculty of Business & Economics, Universitas Islam Indonesia

Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.20885/ajim.vol1.iss1.art2

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Purpose: The aim of this research was to determine the influence of effective advertisement (emotional response and environmental response), extrinsic cues (brand image, packaging, and price) toward the consumer buying attitude, and to analyze the influence of extrinsic cues on consumer buying attitude of Wardah through income as the moderating variable.Methodology: The sample was taken by female university students who used the product of Wardah. The sampling technique used was a non-probability sample that is convenience sampling or accidental sampling. The analytical tool used multiple linear regression analysis with SPSS version 20.Findings: The results of multiple regression analysis showed a positive and significant influence on the effective advertisement (emotional response and environmental response), and extrinsic cues (brand image, packaging, and price) toward the consumer buying attitude, and income was positively moderated the extrinsic cues toward the consumer buying attitude.Originality/Contributions: This is the first study to find out, the researcher focused on female university students in Yogyakarta who were using Wardah cosmetic. There were five parts of questions based on the effectiveness of advertising variables, brand image variables, packaging variables, pricing variables, income variables and buying attitude variables
The effect of non-performing financing and financing to deposit ratio on Islamic banks financing in Indonesia Gupita Permataningayu; Siti Mahdaria
Asian Journal of Islamic Management (AJIM) VOLUME 1 ISSUE 1, 2019
Publisher : Faculty of Business & Economics, Universitas Islam Indonesia

Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.20885/ajim.vol1.iss1.art3

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Purpose: This study aims to analyze the effect of NPF (non-performing financing) and FDR (financing to deposit ratio) to the volume of financing in Indonesia Islamic Banks with third-party funds as a mediating variable. This research is a quantitative research.Methodology: The populations in this study are Bank Indonesia Publication Reports and other references from journals, research, internet, etc. Sampling was done by purposive sampling method Secondary data collection method used is documentation method. Data analysis techniques used in this research is the technique of mediation regression analysis, which uses multiple causal step method.Findings : The results show that NPF (non-performing financing) does not affect the volume of financing in Islamic commercial banks in Indonesia, FDR (financing to deposit ratio) does not affect the volume of financing in Islamic commercial banks in Indonesia, NPF (non-performing financing) has no effect on DPK (third party funds), FDR (financing to deposit ratio) has no effect on DPK (third party funds), DPK (third party funds) has a positive effect on the volume of financing in Islamic commercial banks in Indonesia, DPK partially mediates the effect of NPF (non-performing financing) to the volume of financing Islamic banks in Indonesia, DPK perfectly mediates the effect of FDR (financing to deposit ratio) to the volume of financing Islamic banks in Indonesia.Originality/Contribution: This is the first study to used Islamic banks selected for this research are Bank Muamalat Indonesia, Bank Syariah Mandiri, Bank Syariah Mega Indonesia and the data are taken from the tri-monthly report.
Does company size and profitability affect corporate social responsibility disclosure? Rukaanisy Syahierah; Ashilla Larasati
Asian Journal of Islamic Management (AJIM) VOLUME 1 ISSUE 1, 2019
Publisher : Faculty of Business & Economics, Universitas Islam Indonesia

Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.20885/ajim.vol1.iss1.art4

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Purpose: This research is aimed to analyze whether disclosure of corporate social responsibility (CSR) of sharia bank in Indonesia is influenced by some factors.Methodology: This research used the data from Islamic Social Reporting (ISR) index. ISR was evaluated based on content analysis; that is by analyzing annual report of 11 sharia banks.Findings: Multiple regressions showed that company size significantly affected the level of disclosure of CSR but it was the contrary for profitability.Originality/contributions: This is the first study to used 11 sharia banks in Indonesia during the period of 2010-2013.
Islamic banking development and economic growth: a case of Indonesia Meri Anggraini
Asian Journal of Islamic Management (AJIM) VOLUME 1 ISSUE 1, 2019
Publisher : Faculty of Business & Economics, Universitas Islam Indonesia

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Purpose: In this research, an attempt has been conducted to explore the relation between Islamic banking development and economic growth of Indonesia over the periods of 2003–2014Methodology: Two models have been formulated which are financing and deposit models to indicate the relation. The analysis are using unit root test, co-integration test, and Granger causality test within the context of VECM framework. For this purpose, financing and deposit are used as a measure of Islamic Banking development, while gross domestic product (GDP) and gross fixed capital formation (GFCF) used the indicators of economic growth.Findings: The results show that there is bi-directional causality between financing and GDP also deposit and GDP reflecting the bi-directional causality between Islamic banking development and economic growth. Further results show that there is significant short-run and long-run causality running from Islamic banking development to economic growth so as short-run and long-run causality running from economic growth to Islamic banking developmentOriginality/contributions: This is the first study to used Islamic banks in Indonesia that are listed in Bank of Indonesia in 2003-2014.
Religiosity and tax evasion: the application of theory of planned behavior Ummi Fadhilah
Asian Journal of Islamic Management (AJIM) VOLUME 1 ISSUE 1, 2019
Publisher : Faculty of Business & Economics, Universitas Islam Indonesia

Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.20885/ajim.vol1.iss1.art6

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Purpose: This research is aimed to analyze the cheating behavior done by the non-compliance tax payers in Indonesia.Methodology: The data used in this research was primary data from questionnaire which was directly obtained from the object of civil servant working in Batang Regency, Central Java. PLS-SEM was used to test and analyze the data.Findings: The finding showed that there was a negative and significant influence of religiosity to the intention of a civil servant to do tax evasion and there was a positive and significant influence toward people’s intention to do tax evasion.Originality: This paper contributes to the literature by testing the Theory of Planned Behavior to examine noncompliance tax payers

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