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Journal of Islamic Economics and Social Science (JIESS)
ISSN : 27227499     EISSN : 27227111     DOI : https://doi.org/10.22441/jiess
Journal of Islamic Economics & Social Sciences (JIESS) is a peer-reviewed journal that has focused on primary studies at Islamic Economics (Management & Business, Accounting, Banking, Finance, Marketing, and Entrepreneur) and Social Sciences (Tourism, Culture, Psychology, Education, and Sociology) from Islamic Perspective for initiating the development of global economic advantages. JIESS is dedicated to provide an intellectual space of scholarly discussion on how the Islamic economics are able to create the new global formation of Islamic economics, business and similar issues. Journal of Islamic Economics & Social Sciences (JIESS) is available in a Print version and Online version published by IAEI Komisariat Universitas Mercu Buana and was regularly published 2 (two) times in 1 (one) year, ie in May and November.
Articles 24 Documents
An Empirical Investigation of Marketing Promotion on Malaysian Muslim Millennials Intentions to Visit Halal Tourism Destination Hanafiah, Ali; Ahmad, Fauziah Sh
Journal of Islamic Economics and Social Science (JIESS) Vol 2, No 2 (2021)
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Previously, the Indonesian government targeted a 16.4 % annual growth during 2014 - 2019. However, with only 10.4 % growth in 2015, undoubtedly it requires extra work to meet inbound tourist target. By 2016, inbound data shows Malaysia as the main contributor of Muslim visitor to Indonesia and Mastercard-HalalTrip 2017 report reveals Malaysia as one of the top 10 Muslim Millennial Outbound Markets from OIC countries. It makes Malaysia Muslim millennials as biggest opportunity for Indonesia tourism industry and Millennial traveler already displays as one of the fastest growing consumer segments globally. Hence, this study attempts to investigate behavioral intention of Malaysian Muslim millennials to visit Indonesia’s halal tourism destinantion. By adapting marketing promotion (MP) into TPB framework, attitude (ATT) play a role as mediating variable to assessed intention to visit (ITV). Through a quantitative research methodology, this study will collect questionnaires distributed among 294 Muslim millennials in Malaysia. Smart PLS version 3 software is used to analyze relationship prediction and hypotheses testing. The findings revealed that ATT have a mediation effect between MP and ITV. This indicates that Indonesian’s MP has a significant effect on the decision making of the Malaysian millennials to visit Indonesia as a Halal Tourism Destination. In other words, Indonesian’s MP has successfully convey the image and information of Indonesia as an attractive Halal Tourism Destination.
The Non Performed Financing Effect on Financing and Control Strategy and Handling of Sharia Commercial Banks Halim, Sofyan; Buana, Mohamad Torik Langlang
Journal of Islamic Economics and Social Science (JIESS) Vol 2, No 2 (2021)
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Problematic financing or often referred to as Non-Performed Financing is financing that has difficulty paying off, either due to lack of accuracy in the analysis of lending or due to economic conditions that experience instability which results in failure in most economic activities. The research conducted is examining the problematic financing whether it influences the decision-making of financing with various Islamic contracts, namely the mudharabah, musyarakah, Murabaha, salam, istishna, Ijarah, Qard, and Hiwalah agreements and examines the strategies carried out by the Shari'ah Commercial Bank to do handling the problematic financing.The study was conducted with quantitative and descriptive methods, with the results of the study that NPF In Mudharabah, Murabahah, and ijarah contract financing there is a positive relationship between the two variables, so it can be concluded that the increase in NPF does not affect the fund distribution policy with mudharabah agreements, because The contract positively increases, while the NPF for financing with Musyarakah, Istishna and qardh contracts has a negative relationship so it can be concluded that the NPF in financing with the Musharaka contract has a negative effect in the sense that the Shari'ah Commercial Bank in general distributing financing to customers is limited due NPF by paying attention to redline facilities, BUS only provides financing facilities for businesses that contain minimal risks. NPF in general, Sharia Commercial Banks do not really influence policies in financing distribution to customers with various financing agreements. The results of the regression determination analysis show that the percentage effect of NPF on financing distribution policies with mudharabah, musyarakah, Murabaha, Murabaha, istishna, ijarah, and qardh contracts in Islamic Commercial Banks is 33.8%, while the remaining 66.2% is influenced by variables others not formulated in this research model. The Normality Test results show that the NPF and Musyarakah contract financing is normally distributed while the Mudharabah, Murabahah, Istishna, Ijarah and Qardh variables are not normally distributed because the significance is lacking.The Sharia Commercial Bank in dealing with Non-Performed Financing issues generally refers to the MUI Sharia Board Fatwa, Bank Indonesia Regulations, and OJK Regulations, which are with rescheduling, reconditioning, restructuring and  Write Off. This research is expected to be useful for stakeholders related to this research and for future researchers to be able to improve further research.
Effect Of Financing In Sharia Business Units On Profitability And Financing Risk Management Halim, Sofyan
Journal of Islamic Economics and Social Science (JIESS) Vol 1, No 1 (2020)
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Financing is one of the main functions of the operations of sharia banks, including those carried out by the Syari'ah Business Unit. Funds disbursed to the Syari'ah Business Unit are carried out by means of buying and selling, namely Murabaha contracts, greetings, and istisna agreements, then by investing in mudharabah contracts and musyarakah contracts and performing rental services with ijarah contracts. Syarai'ah Banking by carrying out the financing benefits from buying and selling, obtaining profit sharing from investing and obtaining rental opinions from the ijarah contract. Thus, the three types of income will produce and affect the level of profitability depending on the financial services carried out by PerbangkanSyari'ah, including those carried out by the Syari'ah Business Unit. In carrying out the financing there is an element of risk that needs to be managed properly and professionally, so that the risk can be minimized in the sense that the amount of financing that is categorized as non-current does not negatively affect profitability, as well as risk management such as non-perfomed financing with various contracts, can be minimized along with the level of collectibility for the financing that has been channeled. The researcher will also carry out various statistical tests in this study so that in this study the results of the conclusions are positive and can be useful for anyone who has an interest in this research. The study was conducted with a quantitative method, with the conclusion that there was a positive relationship between financing with murabaha, mudharabah, musyarakah and ijarah contracts towards profitability and in general also negatively affected the NPF with the understanding that even though there was an increase in financing distribution with contracts, however, risk control over the possibility of NPF occurring can be overcome except for financing with Murabaha contracts.This research is expected to be useful for stakeholders related to this research and for future researchers to be able to improve further research.
Discourses of Islamic Performance Ratio Based on Tawhid String Relationship Nugroho, Lucky; Mariyanti, Tatik
Journal of Islamic Economics and Social Science (JIESS) Vol 2, No 1 (2021)
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This conceptual review aims to analyze the performance measurement of Islamic banks based on sharia principles using the Tawhid String Relationship (TSR) concept. The method used is descriptive and qualitative, where the data sources from previous studies in the form of journals and books related to the research topic. Therefore, the formulation of the problem in this conceptual review consists of research questions as follows: (i) How should the performance of Islamic banks be based on the perspective of the Tawhid String Relationship (TSR)?; (ii) How is the implementation of the TSR concept on the performance of Islamic banks?; (iii) What is the role of the government in supporting to achieve of excellence Islamic bank performance?. The study results are that Islamic banks based on TSR have four crucial pillars: spiritual aspects, financial aspects, social aspects, and environmental aspects. Furthermore, based on this, the performance measurement of Islamic banks needs to be equipped with an Islamic Performance Ratio (IPR). Further,  the government also has a significant role in improving the performance achievemnet of Islamic banks through policies that support increasing market share, such as converting state-owned conventional banks into Islamic banks. The outcome of this research is to provide information to stakeholders of Islamic banks to use an additional ratio, namely IPR, to measure the performance of Islamic banks. 
Influence Good Governance on the Quality of Financial Statements with SIMDA as Variables Moderating Government in Pati Regency Wijayanti, Wijayanti; Warno, Warno; P, Ari Kristin
Journal of Islamic Economics and Social Science (JIESS) Vol 1, No 2 (2020)
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This study aims to determine how much influence the good governance has on the quality of financial statements and to find out how much SIMDA in moderating the effect of good governance on the quality of financial statements. Quality financial statements will narrow down actions to commit corruption or other fraud. Every year the financial statements will be audited by the Supreme Audit Board and the issuance of opinions on the financial statements that have been audited. The method used in this study is quantitative with primary data from questionnaires. The sample used is probability sampling. The results of the study obtained that good governance has a positive and significant effect on the quality of financial statements. This is evidenced from the significance of 0,000 <0, 05 and tcount> ttable (5.475> 1.679). Whereas SIMDA can "strengthen" the effect of good governance on the quality of financial statements. These results are proven from the interaction test graph which illustrates if SIMDA becomes a moderating variable the effect of good governance on the quality of financial statements.
Students Perceptions of Service Quality and Promotion of Interest in Using Wadiah Contract in Islamic Banks Amelia, Ellisa Nur; Rahmi, Mira; Sari, Lili Puspita
Journal of Islamic Economics and Social Science (JIESS) Vol 2, No 2 (2021)
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Users of wadiah savings accounts are more desirable in Islamic banks, this can be seen from the amount of wadiah savings in the financing data and third party funds of Islamic commercial banks in Islamic Banking Statistics 2020. The increase in users of wadiah savings accounts occupies 1.2% compared to mudharabah savings. The purpose of this study was to determine student perceptions of service quality and promotion of interest in using wadiah contracts in Islamic banks. This analysis uses service quality and promotion as independent variables. The dependent variable is interest. The sample of this research is students who have savings at Bank Syariah Mandri, Bank Negara Indonesia Syariah and Bank Rakyat Indonesia Syariah. Collecting data using a questionnaire that was distributed directly as many as 100 questionnaires. The method used in this research is multiple linear regression analysis, with hypothesis testing t test and f test. The results of this study indicate that service quality has a significant positive effect on interest, while promotion has a positive but not significant effect on interest. For service quality and promotion together have a significant positive effect on interest. The results of this study in the future contribute to the increase in Islamic bank customers through the use of wadiah contracts by improving the quality of services they have and increasing the promotions created.
The Effect of Disclosure of Corporate Social Responsibility, Managerial Ownership, and Institutional Ownership on Company Value (Study on Consumer Goods Industry Sector Companies Listed on the Indonesia Stock Exchange (IDX) for the 2015-2019 Period) Merliana, Winda
Journal of Islamic Economics and Social Science (JIESS) Vol 2, No 1 (2021)
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This study aimed to investigate the influence of managerial ownership, institutional ownership, and corporate social responsibility to firm value. Firm value in this study as a proxy for the Price Book Value. Collecting data using a purposive sampling method for consumer goods industry sector companies listed in Indonesia Stock Exchange in 2015 until 2019. A total of 65 consumer goods industry sector companies used as a sample. The method of analysis of this study used multiple regression. The result of this study indicates that corporate social responsibility and institutional ownership have an effect on firm value. While managerial ownership has no effect on firm value.
Islamic Corporate Governance and Internal Control Influance on Fraud in Sharia Commercial Banks Chairunisa, Mariyam
Journal of Islamic Economics and Social Science (JIESS) Vol 1, No 1 (2020)
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This study aims to examine impact of Islamic Corporate Governance and Internal Control on Fraud on sharia Commercial Bank in Indonesia. The unit analysis of this research is Sharia Commercial Banks in Indonesia which have been registered in the Financial Services Authority (OJK) period 2012 to 2017. This research was done to 11 Islamic commercial banks by using quantitative-descriptive approach. The results of this research showed that Sharia Supervisory Board and Internal Control have negative effect and unsignificant  on Fraud. However, Audit Committee has a positive effect and significant on fraud .
Discourses of Muslim-Friendly Tourism (Indonesia Empirical Cases) Nugroho, Lucky; Mahliza, Febrina; Putra, Yananto Mihadi; Nugraha, Erik; Sukiati, Wiwin
Journal of Islamic Economics and Social Science (JIESS) Vol 2, No 1 (2021)
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The tourism sector in the period before the Covid-19 Pandemic contributed significantly to the country's revenues. In addition, as a country with the largest Muslim population in the world, Indonesia has the potential to develop Muslim-friendly tourism. Furthermore, the Indonesian government plans to make Indonesia the center of the world's Islamic economic and financial ecosystem. Therefore, this conceptual paper aims to know the concepts and services of Muslim-friendly tourism in Indonesia. The methods used using qualitative methods derived from research and scientific articles related to research questions are as follows: (i) i) How is the concept of Muslim-friendly tourism?; (ii) How to tour Muslim-friendly services?. The result of this conceptual paper is the concept of Muslim-friendly tourism and its implementation strategy. The implication of this research is to provide scientific characteristics both for academics and practitioners in tourism
Principals’ Effective Task Performance: A Tool for Proper Education Delivery in Nigerian Secondary Schools Usman, Hamza
Journal of Islamic Economics and Social Science (JIESS) Vol 1, No 2 (2020)
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Secondary schools have nowadays become more complex than ever before. This is because of the ever growing number of students and population of the staff. The school principal should possess certain qualities that would enable him to face the administrative tasks efficiently and effectively in order to achieve the school goals and objectives. This paper therefore, reviewed the Principals’ Effective Task Performance as tool for proper Education Delivery in Nigerian Secondary Schools. The tasks of the principal in meeting these challenges were examined as the chief executive, relating to system and human relation theories. Qualities of an ideal school principal were highlighted, emphasizing on transformational leadership qualities. Tasks of the principal were also highlighted; instructional supervision, and motivation of staff. The paper concluded that, leadership qualities are strong determinants of principals’ tasks performance effectiveness in proper delivery of secondary schools education in Nigeria. Principals’ leadership qualities influence effective school administration. Finally recommended that, the principals should be well prepared; knowledgeable, professionally and administratively competent for the challenges involved in the mantle of leadership. Government should from time to time be organising conferences and workshops for the principals. Sponsorship is a mark of encouragement.

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