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IJIBE (International Journal of Islamic Business Ethics)
ISSN : 25020633     EISSN : 25024647     DOI : 10.30659/ijibe
Core Subject : Economy,
International Journal of Islamic Business Ethics (IJIBE) is a publication medium of research results in the field of Islamic business ethics. Islamic business ethics is a concept of business which based on Islamic values and principles. It is guidance for business actors to know what is right or wrong from Islamic perspective. This is aimed for the benefit of people and the welfare of broader community for either the present or the future.
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Maslahah Based Measurement on Indonesia Islamic Banks Aam Slamet Rusydiana; Hendri Tanjung; Lina Marlina
IJIBE (International Journal of Islamic Business Ethics) Vol 3, No 1 (2018): March 2018
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.30659/ijibe.3.1.365-382

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Every single effort or process taken by Islamic bank to maximize output should also uphold Islamic values, so that maqashid sharia (maslahah-sharia objectives) would be authomatically achieved. There were some research conducted to measure Islamic bank performance using maqashid sharia framework. However, these studies were not explicitly addressing the issue of cost-saving strategies within the framework of efficiency measurement. It is therefore this paper aims to  have  efficiency  and  maslahah  measurement  in  one assessment framework  that  is  maslahah-eficiency  quadrant  (MEQ). There are three aspects measurement of maslahah, namely education, justice, and welfare as maqashid sharia index (MSI). Hence, in order to measure efficiency level of Islamic Banking Industry especially Sharia Business Unit, this study use Data Envelopment Analysis (DEA) method and employ Banxia Frontier Analyst 3.1 for data analysis. Within the MEQ framework, the study revealed that Permata, CIMB, BTN, DKI, Jambi, and Kalbar are excellent since both are withinthe first quadrant.Whereas Maybank, NISP, Sinarmas, Sumbar, and Sulselbar are considered good at the second quadrant; Danamon, Jatim, Sumut, Riau&Kepri, Kalsel, and Kaltim are fair at the third;and DIY, Jateng, and NTB are poor at the fourth sequentially. It is urge for Islamic bank that are in low level of MSI to have a critical policy to keep in line with the five factor of maqashid sharia apart ofhaving efficiency in order to reach maslahah. keywords: Maslahah-Efficiency Quadrant (MEQ), Maqashid Sharia index (MSI), DEA, Islamic Bank
THE MODEL OF HUMAN RESOURCES PERFORMANCE IMPROVEMENT THROUGH EMOTIONAL INTELLIGENCE AND SPIRITUAL INTELLIGENCE BY LEARNING ORIENTATION AS INTERVENING VARIABLE Nur Laily Monita Arti
IJIBE (International Journal of Islamic Business Ethics) Vol 3, No 2 (2018): September 2018
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.30659/ijibe.3.2.516-525

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The purpose of this research is to analyze and examine between the variables of emotional intelligence, spiritual intelligence and learning orientation to human resources performance in an organization. This research used purposive sampling with 131 people as respondents. Data collection techniques used in this study is questionnaires and interviews. Data analyzed by using SPSS 19 software with regression test to find out the determine of independent variable to dependent variable, independent variable to intervening variable and intervening variable to independent variable. Demonstrate that human resources performance can be improved by increasing the intensity of learning orientation, emotional intelligence, and spiritual intelligence. Learning orientation has a significantly positive influence on human resources performance. While emotional intelligence and spiritual intelligence have a significantly positive influence on human resources performance. So in this research, emotional intelligence, spiritual intelligence and learning orientation have a significantly positive influence on human resources performance.Keywords : emotional intelligence, spiritual intelligence and learning orientation, human resources performance
MODEL OF HUMAN RESOURCE PERFORMANCE IMPROVEMENT BASED ON HUMAN CAPITAL AND SOCIAL CAPITAL WITH THE MODERATION OF INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY Budiarti Ningrum
IJIBE (International Journal of Islamic Business Ethics) Vol 2, No 1 (2017): March 2017
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.30659/ijibe.2.1.207-220

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This study investigates the effect of human capital and social capital on human resource performance, and the moderating effect of information technology. Based on a total sample of 88 respondents from the Technical Implementation Unit (UPT) of Monitor Radio Frequency Spectrum Class I Semarang and Yogyakarta which is analyzed using structural equation modeling based smartPLS 3.0, the results indicated that 1) human capital is positively related to social capital and human resorce performance; 2) social capital is positively related to human resorce performance; 3) information technology moderates the relationships between social capital and human resorce performance; and 4) information technology moderates the relationships between human capital and human resource performance.Keywords: Human capital, Social capital, Information technology, Human resource performance
MODEL OF HUMAN RESOURCES PERFORMANCE IMPROVEMENT AT PORT OPERATOR UNIT (UPP) CLASS III JEPARA, PATI AND REMBANG THROUGH KNOWLEDGE SHARING, QUALITY OF INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY AND COMMITMENT AS INTERVENING VARIABLE Sugito Sugito; Nunung Ghoniyah
IJIBE (International Journal of Islamic Business Ethics) Vol 2, No 3 (2017): Special Issue 2017
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.30659/ijibe.2.3.125-136

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This study aimed to examine the effect of knowledge sharing and quality of information technology on performance. In addition, this study used commitment as intervening variable to test the correlation between knowledge sharing and quality of information technology on performance. This research was conducted with survey method bydistributing questionnaires to 100 employees of the Port Operator Unit (UPP) Class III Jepara, Pati and Rembang. The Sampling was done by using simple random sampling technique for the Port Operator Unit (UPP) Class III Jepara, Pati and Rembang. Furthermore, the commitment as an intervening variable is able to mediatethe correlation on the effect of knowledge sharing and quality of information technology on performance.Keywords: Knowledge Sharing, Quality Information Technology, Commitment, Performance
ZAKAT AS SOCIAL FUNCTION OF SHARIAH BANKING RELATED TO SMEs EMPOWERMENT FORPOVERTY ALLEVIATION Mispiyanti Mispiyanti; Junaidi Junaidi
IJIBE (International Journal of Islamic Business Ethics) Vol 1, No 2 (2016): September 2016
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.30659/ijibe.1.2.110-120

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Corporate Social Responsibility(CSR) is no longer a voluntary action. It already has became an obligation.Moreover, for syaria monetary institution which bases it principals on, not only morality and ethics, but also religion and spirituality. The object of this research are: BMI bank of Indonesia, BIMB bank of Malaysia, ADIB bank of UEA, and Al Baraka bank of Bahraen. It based its data on 2013 –2014 annual report. The research uses content analysis to analyze the bank’s zakatand itsrelationto the degree of poverty alleviation. The results are: 1) BMI and BIMB banks did their social function in terms of people basic needs, while 2) ADIB and Al Baraka banks also did their role, in terms of recognition development and human resources development. Implementation of CSR for each bank and the state can be different according to the conditions, needand problems which faced by their people. CSR implementation could be relative because each state has a different focus, it could be some   required activities for BMI and BIMB
Islamic Performance Instrument (IPI): An Alternative Servant Leadership (SL) tool for Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) Kazeem Olanrewaju Ogunsola; Shuaimi Mhd Sarif; Rodrique Ancelot Fonatine
IJIBE (International Journal of Islamic Business Ethics) Vol 5, No 1 (2020): March 2020
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.30659/ijibe.5.1.1-20

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In the search for measures to keep the society sustained, a qualitative study was conducted to explore a Tawhidic Paradigm (TP) alternative for servant leaders, building upon Greenleaf servant leadership (SL) theory. The aim is to ground an Islamic Performance Instrument (IPI) favourable to sustainable development (SD). Adopting Charmaz's (2006) constructivist Grounded Theory Method (GTM), 5 Muslim managers were identified and interviewed through purposive sampling. The coding process produced an IPI-5es principles (expertise, ethereal, emotional, ethical and empowering) essentially required by servant leaders to transform SDGs around the globe. The Islamic constructs of ‘Aqidah (Creed), Khalifa (Vicegerent) and ‘Adl (Justice) were critical in grounding these principles. Theoretically, the research outcome contributes to  body of knowledge on Tawhidic Paradigm (TP) and Islamic Servant Leadership (ISL). This paper projects leaders forming polices that synchronizes meeting SDGs with spiritual responsibilities. Practically, it offers leaders the ideal purpose of SL: servitude to the Creator – (Allah) and, also to humanity (fulfilling SDGs), as against the conventional SL theory which excludes the former. By implication, TP projects service to humanity (SDGs) as acts of worship (Ibadah). The paper was limited by fewer GTM research on Islamic SL principles for SDGs. Future study may conduct a time series analysis on servant leaders imbued with IPI-5es principles to determine SDGs success rate. The paper offers a pioneer model (IPI-5es principles) that extends conventional SL theory for SD.
EFFICIENCYMEASUREMENT OF ZAKAT INSTITUTION PROGRAM: CASE STUDY DOMPET DHUAFA INDONESIA Aam Slamet Rusydiana; Hasna Maliha; Salman Al-Parisi
IJIBE (International Journal of Islamic Business Ethics) Vol 1, No 1 (2016): March 2016
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.30659/ijibe.1.1.28-43

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Although social based, Zakat Institutions (OPZ) need to uphold professionalism, transparency and accountabilityin its management. Most recently, Zakat Core Principles is known as the measurement of zakat fundmanagement. This study would try to measure the efficiency of DompetDhuafa’s program as Decision Making Unit (DMU) in the level of efficiencyusing Data Envelopment Analysis (DEA) method. And also the research would look at the possibility of potential improvement from inefficient DompetDhuafa’s programs,input-output contribution and the reference contribution of the DMU.The results show that there are 6 DMU that efficient (100%) and inefficient as much as 18 DMU. The most inefficient program is wakaf fund (2012). In general, the main factor inefficiency ofDompetDhuafa program from 2010 to 2013 due to the distribution fund of DompetDhuafa program such as zakat, wakaf, humanity etc to ashnaf which is still less optimal.The distribution fund also has to increase up to 75.38%, then it is able to resolve the problem of poverty.
DEPOSIT AND FINANCING INSTRUMENTS THROUGH WAQF BANK FOR FOSTERING REAL ECONOMY AND SOCIAL SUSTAINABILITY Muhammad Ridhwan Ab. Aziz; Mohd Asyraf Yusof
IJIBE (International Journal of Islamic Business Ethics) Vol 4, No 2 (2019): September 2019
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.30659/ijibe.4.2.611-626

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During the global financial crisis and its aftermath, Islamic financial institutions were less affected, protected by their fundamental operating principles of risk sharing and the avoidance of leverage and speculative financial products. This has led to a greater appreciation of the role of Islamic finance in supporting economic growth across the globe. The contribution of Islamic finance and Islamic social finance especially through waqf sector promotes real economic development and could help to foster real economy and social sustainability.  The impact and contribution of waqf for economic development in fostering real economy and social sustainability can be obverved in many areas such as enhancing economic progress, eradicating proverty, restoring distribution of income, reducing government expenditure, preventing deficit financing and stimulate growth and job creation. Therefore, a new mechanism is needed to support non-bankable and poor customers for financing facilities via Shariah compliant Islamic financial products and services.The purpose of this paper is to examine the most feasible mechanism for deposit and financing instruments based on waqf through Waqf Bank that able to foster and stimulate economic and social sustainability in the real economy sector especially for Muslim countries. The methodology of research in this study is through qualitative research based on interviews with Muslim scholars as well as Islamic banking and waqf practitioners. The finding of this study shows that there is feasible mechanism and modus operandi for the development of deposit and financing instruments in the Waqf Bank that able to be applied in many Muslim countries worldwide.
THE INFLUENCE OF SHARIA BANKING CHARACTERISTICS AND MACROECONOMICS FACTORS ON SHARIA BANKING PROFITABILITY: EMPIRICAL STUDIES IN INDONESIA Azidni Rofiqo; Noni Afrianti
IJIBE (International Journal of Islamic Business Ethics) Vol 4, No 1 (2019): March 2019
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.30659/ijibe.4.1.540-550

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The problem in this research is the unimmunity of teacher performance of SD Negeri in Mejobo District Kudus Regency. The purpose of this study is to analyze and to know the influence of Islamic Leadership on Teacher Performance through Teacher Competence and Quality of Work Life of Elementary School Teachers. The population of this research is all elementary school teachers from 3 villages in Mejobo District Kudus Regency as many as 129 people. This study used 100 teachers as a sample with Purposive Random Sampling. Datas were obtained from questionnaires and interviews. Data analysis using SPSS 16.0 and Eviews 9. The result of this research is Islamic Leadership, Teacher Competence, and Quality of Work Life positively influence to Teacher Performance. Based on data analysis only Quality of Work Life on Teacher Performance which has no significant effect. Teacher competence and Quality of Work Life can not be considered as intervening variable in this research.
Does Managerial Owneship and Islamic Corporate Social Responsibility Reduce Tax Aggressiveness? Maya Indriastuti; Fudji Sri Mar’ati; Dianing Ratna Wijayani
IJIBE (International Journal of Islamic Business Ethics) Vol 5, No 2 (2020): September 2020
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.30659/ijibe.5.2.145-155

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This study aims to test empirically the effect of managerial ownership on tax aggressiveness with Islamic corporate social responsibility as the intervening variable. The populations of this study were all entities listed in Jakarta Islamic Index from 2015-2019. 40 entities were obtained by using purposive sampling technique. All data were analyzed by using multiple linear regression analysis and sobel test. The results showed that managerial ownership has a significant positive effect on Islamic corporate social responsibility. In contrast, managerial ownership has a negative and insignificant effect on tax aggressiveness. Furthermore, Islamic corporate social responsibility has a significant negative effect on tax aggressiveness and Islamic Corporate Social Responsibility is able to moderate the effect of managerial ownership on tax aggressiveness.

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