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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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The effect of macro variables on the Jakarta Islamic Index Thoha Yahya
Asian Journal of Islamic Management (AJIM) VOLUME 2 ISSUE 1, 2020
Publisher : Faculty of Business & Economics, Universitas Islam Indonesia

Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.20885/ajim.vol2.iss1.art4

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Purpose: In this study, efforts have been made to explore the relationship between macroeconomic variables and the Jakarta Islamic Index during the period 2015.1-2019.8.Methodology: the formulated model is a model to show the relationship. Long-term and short-term analysis using the classic assumption test and unit root test, co-integration test, and Granger causality test in the context of the ECM framework. For this purpose, macroeconomic variables are used as a measure of influence on the Jakarta Islamic IndexFindings: The results showed. Based on the analysis that has been done through cointegration and ECM tests, there is a long-term relationship between inflation variables, BI interest rates, foreign exchange rates, and the money supply with JII in 2015.1-2019.8. There is a short-term relationship between inflation variables, BI interest rates, foreign exchange rates, and the money supply with JII in 2015.1-2019.8.Originality/contributions: This is the first study using JII in Indonesia which was registered at the Islamic University of Indonesia in 2015.1-2019.8
The influence of financial ratios on non performing financing of the sharia rural banks of Special Region of Yogyakarta (BPRS DIY) period 2015 – 2018 Taufikur Rahman; Khusna Fatmawati
Asian Journal of Islamic Management (AJIM) VOLUME 2 ISSUE 1, 2020
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.20885/ajim.vol2.iss1.art3

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Purpose: This study aims to analyze the effect of financial performance on Non-Performing Financing of Sharia Rural Banks (BPRS) in the Special Region of Yogyakarta (DIY). This study provides an empirical contribution as research that adds evidence in the financial sector, especially banking risks related to the determinants of Non-Performing Financing of Sharia rural banks in DIY in 2015-2018.Methodology: Research data were obtained from quarterly financial reports at the Financial Services Authority for the period 2015 to 2018 with a research sample of 9 BPRS.Findings: The results of the findings show that return on assets (ROA) and operating income operating expenses (BOPO) which have a significant effect on non-performing financing. Meanwhile, return on equity, financing to deposit ratio, and capital adequacy ratio does not have a significant effect on the non-performing financing of BPRS in DIY.Originality/Value: To the author's knowledge, as the variations of the results among researchers exist, the findings of this research provides deeper insight into the literature of Non Performing Financing Bank regarding its financial ratio.
Effect of Islamic corporate governance on customer trust: empirical study on Islamic bank Agung Budi Sulistiyo; Siti Maria Wardayati; Arif Hidayatullah; Shita Silvia Nahdia Riesky
Asian Journal of Islamic Management (AJIM) VOLUME 2 ISSUE 1, 2020
Publisher : Faculty of Business & Economics, Universitas Islam Indonesia

Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.20885/ajim.vol2.iss1.art2

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Purpose: This study aims to analyze the effect of Islamic corporate governance and shariah compliance on customer trust in Islamic bank.Methodology: The research method used is a quantitative method with random sampling technique. The data analysis technique used is descriptive statistics and multiple linear regression techniques to test the hypothesis.Findings: The results of the study show that (1) out of the five principles of GCG (transparency, accountability, responsibility, independency and fairness) only transparency has a positive effect on customer trust as indicated by a significance value of 0.047. (2) shariah compliance has a positive effect on customer trust, besides that shariah compliance is a very large indicator contributing to increase customer trust, indicated by a significance value of 0,000.Originality: As far as we are concerned, only a few publications examined the effect of Islamic corporate governance and shariah compliance on customer trust in Islamic bank.
The effect of financing using the principle of profit-loss sharing on profitability level of commercial Islamic bank registered in Bank Indonesia Nurul Alfi Syahri; Dwipraptono Agus Harjito
Asian Journal of Islamic Management (AJIM) VOLUME 2 ISSUE 1, 2020
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.20885/ajim.vol2.iss1.art5

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Purpose: This study aims to examine the effect of financing products with the principle of profit-loss sharing offered by Sharia Banks to the level of profitability of Sharia Banks. The financing product under profit sharing principle of Sharia Bank can be categorized into two types namely Mudharaba and Musharaka. The effect of Mudharaba and Musharaka on the profitability level of Sharia Banks is tested partially and simultaneously. In this study, the profitability level of Sharia Bank is measured by Return On Equity (ROE).Methodology: The sample of this research is the Sharia Bank registered in Bank Indonesia. The sample selection in this study used purposive sampling method and obtained6 samples for the study period of 2012-2016. This research uses Multiple Linear Regression analysis method to analyze the data.Findings: Results of this study indicate that financing products with profit-loss sharing principles represented by the proxy of Mudharaba and Musharaka have a significant effect on the profitability level of Sharia Banks for the period of 2012-2016. Mudharaba is partially significant and positive to the profitability level of Sharia Banks for the period of 2012-2016, Musharaka partially has a significant and negative effect on the profitability level of Sharia Banks for the period of 2012-2016, and Mudharaba and Musharaka simultaneously have a significant influence to the level of profitability of Sharia Banks for the period of 2012-2016.Originality: This study enriches the discussion of the effect of financing products with the principle of profit-loss sharing offered by Sharia Banks to the level of profitability of Sharia Bank. The effect of Mudharaba and Musharaka on the profitability level of Sharia Banks is tested to the profitability level of Sharia Banks
Analysis of factors affecting interests of student for saving on sharia financial institution; case study of Raudlatut Thalibin Leteh Rembang boarding school Susi Rahayu; Rosida Dwi Ayuningtyas; Maskudi Maskudi
Asian Journal of Islamic Management (AJIM) VOLUME 2 ISSUE 1, 2020
Publisher : Faculty of Business & Economics, Universitas Islam Indonesia

Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.20885/ajim.vol2.iss1.art6

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Purpose: This study aims to examine the influences of religiosity, knowledge, and income toward the interest to open savings account in a sharia bank on students of Raudltut Thalibin Leteh boarding school in Rembang.Methodology: This study uses a survey with a sample of 100 students of Raudltut Thalibin Leteh boarding school in Rembang. Data analysis used in this study is SEM with AMOS software assistance. This research uses quantitative method. Data analysis used in this study is multiple linear regression analysis, classical assumption test, and t-test (Hypothesis Test).Findings: From the result of this research, it can be concluded that Knowledge (X2) and Income (X3) have an effect on interest to open saving account in sharia bank (Y). Meanwhile, trust (X1) has no effect on the interest to open saving account in sharia bank (Y).Originality: This study enriches the discussion in the literature by testing the influence of religiosity, knowledge and income in the context of Islamic boarding school students.
Factors affecting the intention to purchase halal cosmetics on Instagram: E-WOM and brand image Muhammad Farid Wajdi; Hendy Mustiko Aji; Suwarsono Muhammad
Asian Journal of Islamic Management (AJIM) VOLUME 2 ISSUE 1, 2020
Publisher : Faculty of Business & Economics, Universitas Islam Indonesia

Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.20885/ajim.vol2.iss1.art1

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Purpose: This research is conducted to understand the effect of E-WOM and brand image on purchase intention of halal cosmetics which are sold online through Instagram.Methodology: This research is quantitative research. The data used in this research is primary data which is collected using a questionnaire. The sampling technique is purposive sampling with 93 research samples.Findings: This research shows that the purchase intention of halal cosmetics through Instagram is simultaneously influenced by E-WOM and brand image. This finding support previous researches related to the effect of E-WOM and brand image on purchase intention.Originality/Value: This research is a replication-based model and is adapted from published research. The originality in this research is in the context of object and location. Various halal cosmetics that are being sold online through Instagram are the main focus to be researched on. This main focus has not been being researched beforehand.

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