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Journal of Islamic Economics Perspectives
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FOCUS This journal focused on Islamic economics and finance studies and present developments through the publication of articles. Specifically, the journal will deal with topics, including but not limited to Islamic economics, Islamic banking, Islamic finance, Islamic accounting, Islamic microfinance, Investment and Capital Market, Zakah, Waqf, Philanthropy, Insurance / Takaful and Halal product. SCOPE JIEP specializes in Islamic economics and finance perspectives. The journal is intended to communicate original research and current issues on the subject. This journal warmly welcomes contributions from scholars of related disciplines.
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The Influence of Work Culture, Creativity and Innovation toward Competitive Advantage on Small Batik Industry in Pamekasan Firmansyah, Farid
Journal of Islamic Economics Perspectives Vol 1 No 1 (2019): Journal of Islamic Economics Perspectives
Publisher : Faculty of Economics and Islamic Business, IAIN Jember, Indonesia

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Small batik industry in Pamekasan spread across several districts, with the biggest distribution was spread in Proppo District and the smallest was in Waru district. The Numbers of batik Craftsmen declined in some districts, the largest declining happened in Galis district. The phenomenon of competition on small batik industry in Pamekasan attracted researcher using variables of Work Culture, Creativity, Innovation and Competitive Advantage. The sample of this study was seventy-five SMEs. The conclusions of this research were: 1. Partially, three independent variables used in this study influenced. 2. Creativity has a positive and significant impact. 3. The effect of product innovation on competitive advantage can be feasible models
The Application of Join Responsibility System for Minimizing the Risk of Credit Farida, Nurul
Journal of Islamic Economics Perspectives Vol 1 No 1 (2019): Journal of Islamic Economics Perspectives
Publisher : Faculty of Economics and Islamic Business, IAIN Jember, Indonesia

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The aim of this research is to understand the system of join responsibility for minimizing credit risk. Realizing the active participants can be applied by join responsibility system. Join responsibility has some elements that are able to improve the sense of togetherness among the participants. They are group, obligation, and rule. The local values contained in the join responsibility system are togetherness, honesty meeting, open-minded, and responsibility. Those can change the behavior of the members to be more disciplined, honest, and responsibility about the right and obligation to fill their load on time. The accuracy of the payment time period can minimize credit risk. Therefore, the capital running out of cooperation would be smoother and fast-developing
The Role of Sharia Accountant for Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) Mauliyah, Nur Ika
Journal of Islamic Economics Perspectives Vol 1 No 1 (2019): Journal of Islamic Economics Perspectives
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Accountants have various activities that support every financial reporting activity. Developing Islamic accounting is now increasingly diverse activities the existence of Islamic accounting considered. The United Nations initiated sustainable development goals as SDGs. The SDGs are consensus or agreement from 193 member states of the United Nations (UN) and agreed on their achievements. SDGs has 17 goals and 169 achievement targets with a target of 15 years, namely from 2015-2030. SDGs and financial reports needed in carrying out the desired activities to get achieve the target. Islamic accounting is almost SDGs with sharia accounting with the same goal in advancing a better life. Indonesian Institute of Accountants by making provisions for Islamic accounting guidelines.
تسويق متعدد المستويات التجاري في منظور الفقهاء wadud, abdul; Faiz, Fauzinudin
Journal of Islamic Economics Perspectives Vol 1 No 1 (2019): Journal of Islamic Economics Perspectives
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تسويق متعدد المستويات التجاري هو تركيب التسويق الذي استخدمته بعض الشركات كتخطيط كلي لتسويق منتاجاتها. وهذا التركيب تم تصميمه لتكوين رجال التسويق القائمين ببيع منتجات الشركة على أن يكافأ المروِّجون لهذه المنتاجات على بيعهم لها أفرادا، بل يكافأون على بيوع المروجين الآخرين الذين قاموا بتعريفهم هذه الشركةَ فيكوّن الخط التحتي من الناشرين المروجين وهيئة من المستويات المتعددة لمكافآت مختلفة في صورة الهرم وان الناس في تردد بين القبول والرفض، فمنهم من يقبل بدون شرط ولا نظر إلى عين المعاملة، ومنهم من يرفض بدون التعمق في أي وجه كان الخطر وهل هو حقيقي أم خيالي
Nasional Sharia Commercial Bank Transformation Base on Most Dominant Agreement: Sale and Purchase Contract (Murabaha) Suharto, Babun
Journal of Islamic Economics Perspectives Vol 1 No 1 (2019): Journal of Islamic Economics Perspectives
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The purpose of this study proved and tested to what extent sharia banks in Indonesia remain consistent in carrying out their role as one of the financial institutions that accordance with shariah compliance. One of the product is channeling financing with profit-sharing systems. To identify these problems, this research adopted associative quantitative analysis and used panel data regression analysis techniques with E-Views 9. Secondary data were obtained from the annual Report the 12 National Sharia Bank from 2015 to 2017 period. This investigation concluded that there was a significant effect of Murabaha contract financing on profitability. However, Istishna, Mudharaba, and Musyaraka contracts have no significant influence on profitability partially. The study result has demonstrated that even though the sharia banks have been running a business in Indonesia for 27 years, up to now they have not optimized the transaction agreement based on profit-loss sharing.

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