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Journal of Islamic Economic Laws
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ISSN (Print) 2655-9609 - ISSN (Online) 2655-9617
Published by Universitas Muhammadiyah Surakarta Homepage  [33 journals]
  • Local Halal Cosmetic Products Purchase Intention: Knowledge, Religiosity,
           Attitude, and Islamic Advertising Factors

    • Authors: Moh Farid Najib, Wawan Kusdiana, Izyanti Awang Razli
      Pages: 177 - 198
      Abstract: The demand for halal cosmetic products in various parts of the world has increased, especially in Muslim-majority countries like Indonesia. The potential demand for halal cosmetic products will continue to increase in the future. Indonesia has the opportunity to become the world's largest producer and consumer of halal cosmetic products. Therefore, Indonesia must be able to take advantage of these opportunities by maximizing its potential. This study aims to determine the effect of knowledge, religiosity, attitudes, and Islamic advertising factors on the purchase intention of local halal cosmetic products. In addition, it also aims to find out the reasons for the purchase intention of Muslim consumers towards local halal cosmetic products and to determine the purchase intentions of Muslim consumers towards imported cosmetic products in the future. This study uses 400 respondents who are Muslim and domiciled in West Java. Then to test the model and hypothesis using Smart PLS Software. The results of this study indicate that all hypotheses are accepted. Knowledge and religiosity have a positive and significant influence on attitudes and purchase intentions. Then attitude and Islamic advertising have a positive and significant influence on the purchase intention of local halal cosmetic products. Thus, in building the intention to buy local halal cosmetic products, the company must know and understand what factors underlie consumers' intentions to buy local halal cosmetic products.
      PubDate: 2022-10-10
      DOI: 10.23917/jisel.v5i2.19199
      Issue No: Vol. 5, No. 2 (2022)
       
  • Islamic Financial Literacy: Evidence From Indonesian Urban Middle-Class
           Women

    • Authors: Alfina Rahmatia, Andy Putra Wijaya, Arief Dwi Saputra, Muhammad Imam Ma’ruf
      Pages: 199 - 215
      Abstract: Issues related to Islamic financial literacy are always interesting to study, mainly because financial literacy has a close relationship with inclusive finance, including women's intelligence which is often questioned in terms of financial literacy. As if only women are the only gender whose abilities and intelligence are always questioned. The paradigm of women is being left behind as if it has been ingrained in some Indonesians. This study uses an explanatory sequential mixed method, in which qualitative data is taken from the study literature, then analyzed using the Nvivo 12 application. Quantitative data is taken from a questionnaire, then analyzed using the SPSS application. The result from qualitative data analysis would explain more the findings. This study proves that gender does not affect financial literacy, it can be said that women in Indonesia urban middle-class are not left behind. Everyone has the same rights in learning about Islamic financial literacy.
      PubDate: 2022-10-10
      DOI: 10.23917/jisel.v5i2.18467
      Issue No: Vol. 5, No. 2 (2022)
       
  • The Effectiveness of Sharia Economic Dispute Resolution Between Religious
           Court and National Sharia Arbitration Board

    • Authors: Muhammad Abdul Aziz, Fardan Bintang Agung Sasongkojati
      Pages: 216 - 245
      Abstract: Sharia economic dispute is a conflict of interest or loss for either party to the business or activities carried out by individuals, groups of people, or business entities that are legal or not legal entities to meet the needs of a commercial and non-commercial nature according to sharia principles. Furthermore, it can be resolved through litigation or judicial and non-litigation, or out-of-court lines. Resolution disputes through religious courts always takes a long time and complicated administration, but until now is it still in high demand by justice seekers. There is dispute resolution outside the judiciary, one of which is arbitration through National Sharia Arbitration Board (BASYARNAS) which can be the solution. This paper is a qualitative research study with a case was taken from Religious Court Class 1A Sleman and BASYARNAS Representative In Yogyakarta. The findings of this study provide the results dispute resolution in religious courts is more desirable because it has more executive powers than BASYARNAS, and also religious courts hold the absolute authority of sharia economic dispute resolution and religious courts spread throughout districts in Indonesia, so religious courts are very easy to find, in contrast to BASYARNAS whose existence is still in every capital of several provinces in Indonesia. Religious courts are superior because of the quality of judges, their presence in every district in Indonesia, and the culture of the people.
      PubDate: 2022-10-10
      DOI: 10.23917/jisel.v5i2.19709
      Issue No: Vol. 5, No. 2 (2022)
       
  • Islamic Economic Empowerment Model During The Covid 19 Pandemic In Lazismu
           Surakarta

    • Authors: Saiev Dzaky El Kemal, Qurroh Ayuniyyah, Rio Erismen Armen, Mufti Maula Alfani
      Pages: 246 - 262
      Abstract: The COVID 19 pandemic is a new challenge for the Islamic economy to be able to be a solution to various problems that arise due to the impact of the spread of the COVID 19 virus in every community. The impact caused by the pandemic is not only on the health aspect but also on the economic aspect. This study aims to find out what are the models of economic empowerment in the Islamic Economy that can be done during the COVID 19 pandemic. The research method used is qualitative descriptive. This method explains the phenomena that occur in society and then a conclusion is drawn. The results of this study are the first, the empowerment model carried out by LAZISMU Surakarta during the pandemic has been in accordance with government rules, namely the funds are distributed to those who are entitled to receive it legally Islamic and also pay attention to the scale of community priorities. Second, the category of consumptive empowerment is 11% greater than productive empowerment. Third, the benefits obtained by the community from consumptive empowerment are greater when the number of pandemic cases is increasing, while when the trend of confirmed case numbers is falling, productive empowerment is more expected by the community. Fourth, the Islamic Economy is still able to play a role in tackling emergencies such as the COVID 19 pandemic. This is evidenced through LAZISMU Surakarta which has been able to empower people's funds professionally.
      PubDate: 2022-10-10
      DOI: 10.23917/jisel.v5i2.18449
      Issue No: Vol. 5, No. 2 (2022)
       
  • A Bibliometric Analysis of Zakat Literature from 1964 to 2021

    • Authors: Indri Supriani, Firsty Izzata Bella, Yunice Karina Tumewang, Sri Iswati
      Pages: 263 - 296
      Abstract: This research is intended to provide a comprehensive historical and present development of zakat literature through bibliometrics analysis extracted from Scopus database. From 522 articles related to zakat, the findings show that Universiti Utara Malaysia, IMEFM, and Saad, R. A. J have become the most institution, journal and author that published in zakah literature respectively. Moreover, the article from Haniffa, R; Hudaib (2007) is found to be the most cited article worldwide. While Malaysia has become the hub center of the research collaboration network with a strong collaboration with Indonesian researchers.
      PubDate: 2022-10-10
      DOI: 10.23917/jisel.v5i2.18511
      Issue No: Vol. 5, No. 2 (2022)
       
  • Relevance Of Islamic Banking In Indonesia To The Muamalah System Of The
           Prophet And The Caliph

    • Authors: Malta Anantyasari, Agus Endro Suwarno, Muh. Nashirudin, Chabibatul Mu'awanah, Nuraini Binti Asri
      Pages: 297 - 322
      Abstract: The emergence of Islamic banks in Indonesia today is increasingly mushrooming. This is inseparable from the role of the number of Muslim populations in Indonesia who want an Islamic economic and banking system that is far from usury. The Islamic banking system has been exemplified by the Prophet Muhammad and his companions in the past and this has become the basis or foundation for the establishment of Islamic banks. But in reality in Indonesia, the relevance of the Islamic banking system is less attractive. This research is a descriptive qualitative research, using library research method. The purpose of this study is to examine the practice of Islamic banking as exemplified at the time of the Prophet Muhammad SAW and to see the relevance and development of Islamic banking practices in Indonesia. The conclusion of this study is that the model of banking services, products and activities exemplified by the Prophet is still used in the Islamic banking system in Indonesia, but in fact there are many Islamic bank practices that deviate and are not in accordance with Sharia rules.
      PubDate: 2022-10-10
      DOI: 10.23917/jisel.v5i2.17657
      Issue No: Vol. 5, No. 2 (2022)
       
  • Sharia Economic Law Perspective On Online Meeting Premium Account Leasing

    • Authors: Muhamad Izazi Nurjaman, Sofian Al-Hakim, Iwan Setiawan, Doli Witro, Mualimin Mochammad Sahid
      Pages: 323 - 344
      Abstract: In general, in leasing goods (ijarah ala al-a'yan) the object of the contract is the benefit that comes from tangible objects. However, it is different from renting a Zoom Meeting Premium account whose position is as application software. So that its position will have benefits if its use is collaborated with hardware as hardware. Meanwhile, if it is only the software that is being leased, how can the software have benefits as the object of an ijarah contract which is the benefit of an object. Therefore, this study will discuss the practice of renting a Zoom Meeting Premium account according to the perspective of sharia economic law. This research is a research that uses a descriptive case study method with an empirical juridical approach. The data analysis technique was carried out through three stages, namely data reduction, data presentation and conclusions. The results of this study find the fact that the position of Zoom Meeting is premium as an application software that is part of a computer program. While the computer program is part of the copyright in the form of intangible movable objects. So that there is the development of the object of the ijarah contract which is generally in the form of benefits derived from tangible objects which can also come from the benefits of intangible objects.
      PubDate: 2022-10-10
      DOI: 10.23917/jisel.v5i2.18750
      Issue No: Vol. 5, No. 2 (2022)
       
 
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