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Tazkia Islamic Finance and Business Review
Tazkia Islamic Finance and Business Review (TIFBR) is a peer-reviewed journal published by the Institute for Research and Community Empowerment (IRCE), Tazkia University College of Islamic Economics in collaboration with Association of Islamic Economics Lecturers (ADESY). The Journal is semi-annual journal issued in July and December. The aim of the journal is to disseminate Islamic Economics, finance and business researches done by researchers both from Indonesia and overseas.
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Maqasid Ash-Shariʻah Framework and the Development of Islamic Finance Products: The Case of Indonesia

Qoyum, Abdul ( UIN Sunan Kalijaga Yogyakarta )

Tazkia Islamic Finance and Business Review Vol 12, No 2 (2018)
Publisher : Institute for Research and Community Empowerment (LPPM TAZKIA)

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The objective of this research is to discuss the concept of Maqasid ash-Shariʻah as well as to propose new concept of Maqasid ash-Shariʻah framemork that will give many benefit in Islamic financial product development. Using a qualitative approach and using literature review, this study concludes that, the purpose of sharia can be in the form of micro and macro as well. Both of these goals must be able to be realized by Islamic finance, primarily through its  products. In order to realize these two objectives, the process of the development of Islamic financial products is not only the concern of the sharia council, but also involving microprudential and macropruedential authorities. Therefore, here, the process of establishing Islamic financial products may involve Bank Indonesia, OJK, LPS, as well as DSN. The big goal is that every product can actually generate maslahah, both at micro and macro levels.

Determinant of Repayment Rate of Islamic Mortgate Financing Product

El Baqiy, Hawari Muhammad ( STEI Tazkia ) , Ardiansyah, Ferry ( STEI Tazkia )

Tazkia Islamic Finance and Business Review Vol 12, No 2 (2018)
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Penelitian ini bertujuan untuk menganalisis faktor penentu tingkat pembayaran kembali pembiayaan perumahan di perbankan syariah. Penelitian ini menggunakan model analisis regresi logistik; dengan variabel dependen yang digunakan adalah tingkat kolektabilitas sedangkan variabel bebasnya adalah usia, jumlah anggota keluarga, tingkat pendidikan, rekening bank, saldo tabungan, rekam jejak di bank syariah XYZ, rekam jejak di Bank Sentral Indonesia, referensi, status perumahan, lama tinggal, jenis perusahaan, posisi di tempat kerja, lama kerja, pendapatan, lama pembiayaan, kemampuan pembayaran kewajiban, rekomendasi penilaian, ukuran bangunan, tujuan pembiayaan, dan rasio pembiayaan terhadap agunan. Hasilnya menunjukkan bahwa hanya lima determinan yang mampu mempengaruhi tingkat pembayaran pembiayaan KPR syariah atau KPR di bank syariah XYZ di Jakarta, Bogor, Depok, Tangerang, Bekasi, dan Cilegon pada periode tahun 2014-2016. Faktor-faktor penentu tersebut adalah rekam jejak di Bank Syariah XYZ dan Bank Sentral Indonesia, jenis perusahaan, lama pembiayaan, dan kemmampuan pembayaran kewajiban. Pada saat yang sama, rekam jejak di Bank Sentral Indonesia dan lamanya pembiayaan memiliki efek negatif terhadap tingkat pengembalian KPR Islam.

Exploring Strategies to Optimize the Collection of Zakat on Shares in Indonesia

Amalia, Sheila ( STEI Tazkia )

Tazkia Islamic Finance and Business Review Vol 12, No 2 (2018)
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This research aims to analyze the priorities of the problems in the collection of zakat on shares, and then identify the best solutions and strategies to enhance the collection performance. The employed method is Analytic Network Process (ANP). The result shows that there are three main problems in collecting zakat on shares: (1) The absence of government enforcement, (2) No integrated services to the zakat institutions (OPZ), and (3) The less understanding of investors about zakat on shares. As for the solutions by priority are: (1) Providing integrated services to the OPZ, (2) Make a collaboration to the securities, and (3) To increase the awareness to pay out zakat on shares. Meanwhile, the best strategies by priority are (1) Regulatory approach from Indonesian Stock Exchange to securities, (2) Zakat payroll system on shares, and (3) Campaign in the television.

Implementation of Auditing in Zakat Institutions: Case studies of BAZNAS Riau and Pekanbaru

Megawati, Devi ( Universitas Islam Negeri Sultan Syarif Kasim Riau )

Tazkia Islamic Finance and Business Review Vol 12, No 2 (2018)
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This paper examines the implementation of auditing in Zakat Institutions with a case study in BAZNAS Riau Province and BAZNAS Pekanbaru. Nowadays, the government and citizen’s attention for zakat management has become so high. Therefore, there are publications of rules about the obligation of zakat Institutions to make the report which, then, is an object to be audited. The researcher interviewed some regarding this topic, such as the Commisioner Head and Manager of BAZNAS Riau province and BAZNAS Pekanbaru and some staff of the Ministry of Religion who are in charge of zakat. The findings show the high attention of important role of internal auditor in zakat institutions. In the case at BAZNAS Pekanbaru, a team of internal auditors has been formed in 2017. The internal auditing activities can be the starting point for the external auditing activity. External auditing in zakat institutions industry facing many challenges such as waiting the release of technical rules of sharia audit from Ministry of Religious Affairs. The paper contributes to the better governance for zakat institutions to increase the trust of moslems especially muzakki in Riau province.

Liquidity Management in Islamic Banking: Issues and Challenges

Rizkiah, Siti Kholifatul ( International Centre for Education in Islamic Finance )

Tazkia Islamic Finance and Business Review Vol 12, No 2 (2018)
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As a financial intermediation, banking industry has and will always be bound with mismatch maturity problem between asset and liabilities which leads to liquidity issue. This article uses a literature study to observe the current liquidity trend in Islamic banking, the issues faced by the existing Islamic liquidity instruments and ways to overcome it. It is found that the common issues associated with Islamic liquidity instruments are sharia issue, inactivity of its secondary market, key issues on short term sukuk issuance and difficulty of cross-border transactions. A better management on liquidity position and a more robust liquidity infrastructure are needed for a better liquidty management in Islamic banking industry.

Halal Purchase Intention on Processed Food

Nurhasanah, Saniatun ( STEI Tazkia ) , Hariyani, Happy Febrina ( University of Muhammadiyah Malang )

Tazkia Islamic Finance and Business Review Vol 11, No 2 (2017)
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The objective of this study is to investigate the factors affecting customers on purchasing halal purchase intention on processed food. A purposive sampling method with 193 respondents and the data analysis is done by SEM-PLS method. The results show that halal awareness, health reason, and perceived value have a significant and positive direct effect on purchasing intention. Halal marketing also shows a significant and positive effect on purchasing intention. The food safety, halal certification, brand image, and perceived quality show the same effect which has no direct effect on purchasing intention. Furthermore, Food safety has an indirect effect on purchasing intention through health reason. Halal certification has an indirect effect on purchase intention through brand image variable. Meanwhile, brand image and perceived quality have an indirect effect through perceived value variable on purchasing intention.

CSR in Islamic Financial Institution : A Literature Review

Trianaputri, Anisa Ramadhini ( Universitas Indonesia ) , Siswantoro, Dodik ( Universitas Indonesia ) , Dewi, Miranti Kartika ( Universitas Indonesia )

Tazkia Islamic Finance and Business Review Vol 11, No 2 (2017)
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This study aims to provide a literature review of previous research related to Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) in Islamic Financial Institution (IFI). This study contains review of 53 published articles throughout 2006-2016, both in the Islamic economic and financial journal and general journal. The literature review is presented into 5 sections, (a) review by journal and publication year, (b) by research type, (c) by methodology used, (d) by research topics and (e) by theme and region. Based on the review by publication year, it shows that the concept of CSR is still a fairly new topic. Most of the studies is still dominated by qualitative research with literature review method. The majority topic is still limited to the general review of the existing CSR practices, which are descriptively presented only. The results of this study are expected to provide a research mapping of CSR in Islamic Financial Institution, so it can inspire the subsequent research to explore potential areas related to this topic. This attempt becomes increasingly necessary, with regards to the rapid development of Islamic business and finance practices around the world.

Optimization Strategy of Laku Pandai Policy in Islamic Bank: A Study Case

Bakhtiar, Junarti ( Ahmad Dahlan School of Economics ) , Anwar, Saiful ( Ahmad Dahlan School of Economics ) , Anisa, Fitra ( Ahmad Dahlan School of Economics )

Tazkia Islamic Finance and Business Review Vol 11, No 2 (2017)
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Laku Pandai is a program providing banking services and/or other financial services through cooperating with other parties (bank agents) and supported by the usage of modern facilities to increase and expand any accesses to financial services. Laku Pandai is quite effective and efficient if its implementation and optimization are conducted by the banks that are eager in expanding their services in lower average cost. As for how it is, its significant development then triggered BRI Sharia to participate. However, Financial Services Authority thinks that conventional banking is not yet optimal, so it comes up with an argumentative assumption on sharia banking if it successfully implements the program. The purpose of this study is to determine appropriate strategies for optimizing Laku Pandai outputs in sharia banking using SWOT and AHP analysis. SWOT analysis is used to determine internal and external factors related to application of the output, while AHP is used to capture the best precise strategy. The result of the research shows that the main output of Laku Pandai is to successfully reach unbanked people with the exact alternative that is by improving marketing and promotion, improving socialization and education to society, improving agent quality and establishing vision and mission.

Macroeconomic Determinants of Islamic Banking Financing

Nursyamsiah, Tita ( Bogor Agricultural University )

Tazkia Islamic Finance and Business Review Vol 11, No 2 (2017)
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The purpose of this study is to analyze the relationship between Islamic banking financing and macroeconomic variables as well as its response to key economic variables including real output, price level, interest rate and trade for the case of Indonesia. This research uses time series econometric analysis such as Granger Causality and Vector Error Correction Model (VECM). Time series data used are total Islamic banking financing, industrial production index (IPI), customer price index (CPI), Certificate Bank Indonesia (SBI) rate and international trade. The results show that there is bi-directional relationship between Islamic banking financing and price level as well as Islamic banking financing and interest rate. Meanwhile, the uni directional causality occurs between Islamic banking financing and real output as well as Islamic banking financing and trade. In this case, Islamic banking financing is affected by IPI. Islamic banking financing is not affected by trade but trade is significantly affected by Islamic banking financing. In addition, Islamic banking financing is relatively sensitive to the shock of price level, real output and interest rate. 

Constructing an Islamic Socially Responsible Investment (SRI) Index; The Case of Indonesia

Suryomurti, Wiku ( Glasgow University )

Tazkia Islamic Finance and Business Review Vol 11, No 2 (2017)
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The aim of this study are: (i) to develop an index based on Islamic stock from List of Islamic Securities (DES) and integrate them with the concept of Socially Responsible Investment (SRI) and (ii) to compare the performance of the constructed index with Jakarta Islamic Index (JII) and SRI Kehati Index. We construct the index using Equally Weighted Method from extensive dataset of more than 300 Islamic securities listed in the List of Islamic Securities (DES). Our result is fairly striking as the Islamic SRI index outperform JII and SRI Kehati as well. We conclude that additional screening with ESG parameter does not impact the index performance. To our knowledge, this research is the first to introduce an Islamic SRI stock Index, particularly in Indonesia. Hence, the result could be a consideration for the Indonesia stock exchange (IDX) stakeholder to introduce this index to the market. Furthermore, the results is expected to help investors in selecting stock that meet the standards of Islamic stocks while also fulfill the ESG criteria into their investment portfolios.