nep-isf New Economics Papers
on Islamic Finance
Issue of 2020‒12‒14
three papers chosen by
Mohamed Mohamed Tolba Said

  2. The power of islamic scholars lecture to decide using Islamic bank with customer response strength approach By Suryo Budi Santoso; Herni Justiana Astuti
  3. A Framework for Conceptualizing Islamic Bank Socialization in Indonesia By Suryo Budi Santoso; Herni Justiana Astuti

  1. By: Apriyanto, Mulono (Islamic University of Indragiri)
    Abstract: Money is any object that is generally accepted as payment for goods and services essential to modern civilization. It also serves as an instrument to accumulate wealth and at the same time as an asset to ensure prosperity. The problem in this research is about the study of household financial management according to Islamic teachings. This study uses a qualitative approach with descriptive methods. The analysis technique used is descriptive analysis and content analysis. The results of this study are directed at personal development for the financial management of every Muslim household, developing Islamic financial management, developing the practice of Islamic teachings, especially in the fields of economics and finance, and developing socialization and delivery to others
    Date: 2020–11–25
  2. By: Suryo Budi Santoso; Herni Justiana Astuti
    Abstract: The purpose of this study is to analyze the power of Islamic scholars lectures to decide using Islamic banks with a customer response strength approach. The sampling technique uses purposive sampling, and the respondents were those who attended lectures on Islamic banks delivered by Islamic scholars. The number of respondents who met the requirements was 96 respondents. Data were analyzed using the customer response strength method. The instrument has met the valid and reliable criteria. The results showed 99% of the total number of respondents acted according to their perceptions of the contents of Islamic banks lectures. Lecture material delivered by scholars about Islamic banks has a strong relationship with their responses ranging from giving attention, interest, fostering desires, and beliefs to having an interest in making transactions with Islamic banks.
    Date: 2020–11
  3. By: Suryo Budi Santoso; Herni Justiana Astuti
    Abstract: The purpose of this study is the design model of Islamic bank socialization in terms of four pillars (Business Institution, Formal Education, Islamic Scholar and Higher Education) through Synergy and Proactive. The location of the study was conducted in the Regency of Banyumas, Indonesia. The results of the survey on respondents obtained 145 respondents' answers that deserve to be analyzed. Data were analyzed using SEM models with Partial Least Squares approach, designing measurement models (outer models) and designing inner models. The results of the calculation outside the model of all measurements are more than the minimum criteria required by removing Formal Education from the model because it does not meet the requirements. While the inner model results show that the socialization model was only built by the Business Institution, Islamic Scholar and Higher Education through synergy and proactivity. All independent variables directly influence the dependent variable, while the intervening variables also significantly influence except the relationship of Islamic Scholar Islamic to Bank Socialization through Proactive.
    Date: 2020–11

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