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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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Understanding of Islamic Studies Through Sharia Economics Perspective in Indonesia Hendri Hermawan Adinugraha; Ali Muhtarom
Journal of Islamic Economics Perspectives Vol 3 No 1 (2021): Journal of Islamic Economics Perspectives
Publisher : Faculty of Economics and Islamic Business, IAIN Jember, Indonesia

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The existence of religions now required to be actively involved in solving the problems facing by mankind. One of the problems faced is the interaction with the modern economy. One of the approaches that can be developed for discussion of Islamic studies is Sharia Economics perspective. This research aims to describe the implementation of Sharia Economics perspective in order to understand Islamic studies. Research methods in this research use literature research from both national and international journals and books related to the topic. Ideally, the Sharia Economics approach should be integrative and interdisciplinary. Integrative method seeks to combine the revelation and ra’y in economic studies to understand Islam from the economic aspect. While the method of interdisciplinary attempt to approach it with a wide range of disciplines such as economics, politics, law, history, so that produce a comprehensive study and relevant to the happening facts/phenomena.
The Environmental Performance of Civil Employees in Sidoarjo District Based on Ethical Leadership, Ethical Climate, and Climate Strength Tatag Herbayu, Tatag Herbayu L; Ayoub Gougui; Fareed, Abid
Journal of Islamic Economics Perspectives Vol 3 No 1 (2021): Journal of Islamic Economics Perspectives
Publisher : Faculty of Economics and Islamic Business, IAIN Jember, Indonesia

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Ethical climate in several studies differently suggests likely to have a clear understanding of developing ethical behavior to be expected to their organization. Contribution to work behavior as evidence and indicating among employees tend to lead by ethical code. Hierarchy way from highest to the lowest position must lead to work together and construct developing an ethical climate. Thus, this conservative way could be the efficient and most expected value on the organization. In this research, the ethical climate is implemented by the environmental performance results of the civil servant in the Sidoarjo district. This research-based on three variable concepts by each ethical climate, ethical strength, and ethical leadership. This research utilizes a qualitative comparative method with collecting data as a literature study. The Index Satisfaction of Civil Servant in Sidoarjo District as the prime references compared to the issues and variables.
Total Quality Management: A Study of Processing the Quality of 99 Brand Coffee Product Muhammad Zakki
Journal of Islamic Economics Perspectives Vol 3 No 1 (2021): Journal of Islamic Economics Perspectives
Publisher : Faculty of Economics and Islamic Business, IAIN Jember, Indonesia

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This study aims to see how the total quality management (TQM) method plays a role in processing 99 coffee products in the Mandiri Mukmin Cooperative. In this study using total qualit management theory and qualitative research. The determination of informants in this study was determined in advance. Data collection was carried out using in-depth interview techniques which were conducted in a structured manner. The data analysis technique starts with doing data reduction, then presenting the data and then drawing conclusions. The data validity technique used the source triangulation technique by comparing the data obtained from each informant. Based on the data analysis carried out, the following conclusions are produced: 1) The implementation of total quality management (TQM) in processing 99 coffee products at the Mukmin Mandiri cooperative is in the packing process which still uses human labor. 2) In controlling the quality of coffee raw materials, the quality of processing is measured from the production process to the application of TQM for coffee products which includes product design, taste, and market service. 3) There are still various kinds of obstacles and problems faced in the TQM process of processing coffee products, namely in the production process the machines used are still not fully manufactured. A space or place to produce at the SME or Home Industry level.
Influence of Work Experience, Motivation and Competence on Mee Macau Surabaya Ester Julita Sari Ritonga; Nur Hidayat; Marten Zebua; Riyan Sisiawan P.; Rismawati Sitepu
Journal of Islamic Economics Perspectives Vol 3 No 1 (2021): Journal of Islamic Economics Perspectives
Publisher : Faculty of Economics and Islamic Business, IAIN Jember, Indonesia

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The purpose of this study was to determine the effect of work experience, motivation and competence on employee performance at Mee Macau Surabaya. This type of research is quantitative with secondary data. The sample in this study were 40 employees at Mee Macau Surabaya. The sampling technique used a population sample / saturated sample. The method of collecting data using a questionnaire. Data analysis using multiple linear regression analysis. The results showed that there was a significant influence between work experience, motivation and competence on employee performance both partially and simultaneously. And the calculation of F is known that Fcount = 51.784> F table 2.87 with a significance of 0.000 <alpha 0.05. Partially it is known that the variables work experience, motivation and competence have a significant effect on employee performance. After the t test (partial) work experience variable (X1) has t count 2.246> t table 2.02108 and from the motivation variable (x2) t count = 12.342> 2.02108 and from the competency variable (X3) t count = 2.058> t table 2,0218.
Nature is Local Wisdom Treasures in Indonesia Ecotourism Miya Dewi Suprihandari; Muhammad Ali Masyhuri; Teguh Purnomo; Menur Kusumaningtyas; Muhammad Aly Umar; Nurul Iman
Journal of Islamic Economics Perspectives Vol 3 No 1 (2021): Journal of Islamic Economics Perspectives
Publisher : Faculty of Economics and Islamic Business, IAIN Jember, Indonesia

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Kampung and tourism villages in Indonesia are a positive phenomenon that can function as an effort to increase the income of the village or village community directly and indirectly for local and central government. Efforts to present the local wealth of the region as an added value of an area, so that the growth rate of tourist visits in an area in Indonesia is increasing from the past. The number of village and tourist village destinations in Indonesia has also increased from the past and entrepreneurial activities have become an option for most members of village and tourism village communities in various forms. Efforts to explore and develop local capabilities and wealth will provide optimal results when the government provides full support for the capabilities and creativity of local communities in all matters, including training for community members who are interested and have a desire to increase knowledge and increase their creative abilities, so that they can become human resources who are able to compete in the future and have character. This support is carried out continuously because villages and tourist villages in Indonesia currently also have an educational function for all ages and levels of education.
The Polemic of Charging Interest (Riba) Amoung Conventional Bank Employees Nanang Bagus Setiawan; Aries Kurniawan; Ilham; Beni Dwi Komara; Nuzulul Fatimah; Tatag Herbayu Latukismo; Heri Cahyo Bagus Setiawan; Riyan Sisiawan Putra
Journal of Islamic Economics Perspectives Vol 3 No 1 (2021): Journal of Islamic Economics Perspectives
Publisher : Faculty of Economics and Islamic Business, IAIN Jember, Indonesia

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This study aims to determine the polemic experienced by a number of conventional bank employees, who know and realize that bank interest is usury or who still believe that bank interest is not usury, because they are only employees who work in banking companies and do not practice usury individually. per individual. From the two attitudes of banking employees in responding to the bank interest usury mentioned above, the study will focus on employees who have the attitude that bank interest is usury, while those who have the opposite attitude are clearly not going to take action to resign from their office. After focusing on anti-anti rip banking employees, it was found that them there were several obstacles to resigning, the first obstacle was internal, namely the lack of support from the family, both the nuclear family and the extended family, while the second obstacle was the repayment of employee loans that they enjoyed before knowing. and realize that bank interest is charging interest or usury (riba). Of the two obstacles or resign constraints will lead to further attitudes for a number of these employees. The attitude of a number of employees who have not received family support, some continue to return to work in a professional manner and some work just to abort their obligations or in other words work not seriously because they are not in accordance with their conscience. While the attitudes of a number of employees who are still in debt are more varied in attitude, some of them continue to work as usual while waiting for the right moment to pay off their debts, some are still working even though half-heartedly while trying to find a way out so that their debts can be paid off. and some of them are unanimously determined to leave office immediately or borrow a term in the military world, namely by deserting or leaving work by temporarily leaving the debt unpaid, even though they plan to pay it off at a later date. This study used a qualitative research method, namely the collection of in-depth interview data with former employees and active banking employees. Researchers also conducted focus group discussions / FGDs (Forum Group Discussion) among bank employees who were anti-microbial but still active and former bank employees who had resigned. As a result, there are five attitudes of banking employees in facing the resignation polemic due to bank interest rates in Indonesia. First, employees return to work professionally because they still get salaries from banking companies. Second, employees work only to abort obligations because they are not in accordance with their conscience. Third, employees who are still in debt continue to work professionally while looking for a way to pay off their debts. Fourth, employees who work half-heartedly while looking for ways to pay off loans. Fifth, if their resignation application by leaving debt and willing to pay off in installments is refused by the office, they prefer to leave the company unilaterally or go out of business.
The Impact of Implementation of a Joint Liability System on Member Behavior Iwang Suwangsih; Nuzulul Fatimah; Noneng Rukayah Sukatmadiredja; Emmywati
Journal of Islamic Economics Perspectives Vol 3 No 1 (2021): Journal of Islamic Economics Perspectives
Publisher : Faculty of Economics and Islamic Business, IAIN Jember, Indonesia

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This study analyzes the impact of the consistent implementation of a joint liability system in cooperative life. This research uses descriptive qualitative research methods using in- depth interview techniques which are then carried out by open coding to find patterns and theories related to the results of the interviews. As said by Miles & Huberman (1992: 19) there are three stages that must be done in analyzing qualitative research data, namely (1) data reduction; (2) exposure data (data display); and (3) drawing conclusions and verification (conclusion drawing / verifying). The results of the analysis of this study that have been carried out, explain that cooperative members who implement and obey the rules that exist in joint liability cooperatives unconsciously have an impact on their behavior changes, they have discipline and a high sense of solidarity towards other members.
SMEs Employee, Person-Organization Fit, and Organizational Citizenship Behaviour Faidal, Faidal
Journal of Islamic Economics Perspectives Vol 3 No 1 (2021): Journal of Islamic Economics Perspectives
Publisher : Faculty of Economics and Islamic Business, IAIN Jember, Indonesia

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SMEs will get the maximum production when their employee get work satisfaction. They will work efficient when their workplace is comfortable. So the objective of this research is to analyze the influence of the workplace and Person-Organization Fit to Organizational Citizenship Behaviour (OCB) through employee satisfaction as a variable intervening at the Indonesia SMEs. This study using a random sampling of employees of Indonesia SMEs with the number 250 employees of SMEs. Instruments that are used in this research is a questionnaire to obtain the primary data needed. The research method is quantitative analysis, the data obtained is based on the answers from respondents on the questionnaire, analyzed by statistical techniques of multiple linear regression analysis, the regression model is tested with classical assumptions to meet the requirements and is suitable to be used to predict the effect of independent variables on the dependent variable. The results of the regression calculations were tested using the t-test and the coefficient of determination. The research finding have shown that variable Workplace and person-organization Fit influential to Organizational Citizenship Behaviour through employee satisfaction on the employees of Indonesia SMEs. In research, it is known that the Workplace is a variable independent that influences the most substantial of the Organizational Citizenship Behaviour of employees compared to variable independent else.

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