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ADDIN is an international journal published by Research Center of State Institute for Islamic Studies (IAIN) Kudus, Central Java, Indonesia. ADDIN is an academic journal published twice a year.
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THE ROLE OF PONDOK PESANTREN IN ENCOUNTERING ASEAN ECONOMIC COMMUNITY (AEC) Nuha, Ulin
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ASEAN Economic Community (AEC) with characteristics of the economy and labour liberalization can be a blessing for Indonesian people when they are ready to deal with it, but it can also be disastrous if they do not prepare it. This requires the synergy of government and all elements of Indonesian society in facing the ASEAN Economic Community (AEC). Boarding school in the context of history has become an institution that is highly effective not only in the printing community deeply in the science of religion, but also in terms of the economy certainly cannot remain silent in facing the ASEAN Economic Community (AEC).
ISLAM AND THE ASEAN ECONOMIC COMMUNITY (AEC): A PERSPECTIVE OF ISLAMIC ECONOMY IN BUILDING A MULTICULTURAL SOCIETY IN INDONESIA Supriono, Supriono -
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Problems faced by society in general now is the emergence of a view that places the material aspect which is free of the dimension value in the dominant position. View of life that is based on the ideology of materialism which then push human behavior into economic principals hedonistic, materialistic and secularistic. Indonesia as the country with the world’s largest Islamic community, as well as the role of Muslims in a bid for independence is one proof that Islam teaches morality and responsibility in defending the homeland. Economic role is as the main street permanence in the life of the state. Infact, Islam teaches its followers to be a lot of the individuals who are experts in economic development as a means contributive to realize the vision of building a multicultural Indonesia.
MUSYARAKAH FINANCE PROSPECT IN ISLAMIC BANK IN THE FACE OF ASEAN ECONOMIC COMMUNITY (MEA) Supriyadi, Ahmad
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In the era of Dutch colonial, the majority of entrepreneurs in Central Java and Yogyakarta come from the students. But after Indonesian independence, the students did not show up in the business world because of political policy. Nowadays the entrepreneur students bounced back with Islamic banks that one of its products is a Musharakah finance. Musharakah finance deal with the birth of the free market, namely the ASEAN Economic Community so that the question arises how the prospect Musharakah finance in Indonesian Islamic banks of facing the ASEAN Economic Community (AEC). This paper aims to describe the prospect of Musharakah finance to face AEC. The results showed that the Musharakah finance has a lot of prospects such as financing products that can be performed well and have a competitive value because it has a solid legal basis. From the network side, Islamic banks have been supported by a network offices that much better at home and abroad with excellent quality customer service. In addition, the presence Bank Indonesia blueprint of the Islamic banking institution can strengthen the Musharakah finance products so that can be applied in the ASEAN Economic Community (AEC).
INDONESIA AND THE ASEAN ECONOMIC COMMUNITY: A TUSSLE BETWEEN HUMAN AND CULTURE IN THE REGIONAL MATERIALISM SUBLIMATION Setiawan, Topan
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This study aimed to feel the subtle vibrations of a “project” of the ASEAN Economic Community (AEC), the human dimension and its culture. However AEC becomes part of the life history of the nations of Southeast Asia, particularly in the visible measures, such as economic growth, the economic stability of the region or the increasing of intra-regional trade volume. It means, that we feel it in the materialist dimension, or “vibrations” a “rough”. Besides, this study attempted to feel the euphoria of the other aspects. This paper will track a bit more deeply about Indonesian and its culture. Also there will be an effort to seek traces (perhaps disguised) in regional sublimation materialism “project” by AEC. Strive to be this insight led to the discovery that regional sublimation Reviews their materialism, for the next attempt to pave the way consciousness. Also, how sublimation material, it is not exactly cornered people and cultures. Another invention is the reification of culture, which it is the manifestation, in the form of Materialization on social relations, by considering it as a thing freely. Similarly, it is forgetting the historical trail of goods/services. Search back on local wisdom, seems to be one way that can be taken.
CASH ENDOWMENT (WAKAF TUNAI) DEVELOPMENT IN THE ERA OF THE ASEAN ECONOMIC COMMUNITY Medaline, Onny
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 The constitution No. 41 of 2004 has expanded the objects to be endowed, in general it’s not only the unmoving objects, but the moving object also becomes the object of endowments objects such as cash endowment (money). The management of endowment gets the understanding shift slowly, which is in the narrow sense as an entity limited endowments of worship only, but has now showed as the endowment understanding in the productive manner for the management of endowment property. So the system of cash endowment management needs the management models as the operational standard to use the funds maximally. In this era of MEA, cash endowment is expected to be one of the instruments to assist the government in the financial sector to develop the vital sectors that grow through existing Small and Medium Business (SMB) in the community. Instead, MEA is a challenge for modern development of cash endowment to be Islamic institutions be able to become a source of capital and investment for growth economy of community.
IMPROVING THE HARD SKILLS AND SOFT SKILLS OF MADRASAH TEACHERS FOR DEALING ASEAN ECONOMIC COMMUNITY (AEC) Mahmudah, Laely
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ASEAN Economic Community (AEC) has been started rolling. Market competition, industry, and skilled workers, especially in the field of education are becoming increasingly stringent. Madrasah teachers as the front liners in the education process should improve the quality of human resources. Hard skills and soft skills of madrasah teachers must be improved to deal with the Asean Economic Community (AEC). Hard skills are academic skills that include pedagogic competence and professional competence. How to improve the hard skills is to meet the pedagogic competence (ability to manage learning students) and professional competence (the ability to master the learning material is broad and deep). Soft skills is the ability to organize themselves (intrapersonal skills, such as creativity, motivation, and self-contained) and the ability to interact with others (interpersonal skills, such as communication, team building and adaptation) to maximize performance. Soft skills include personal competence and social competence. Madrasah teachers should be able to change the mindset of a passenger became good driver. Professional madrasah teachers are teachers who have the balanced hard skills and soft skills, which can compete healthily in AEC era.
THE ROLE OF CUSTOMERS’ CULTURAL VALUES IN DEVELOPING E-LOYALTY: EMPIRICAL STUDY ON BSM KUDUS BRANCH Haryono, Tulus; Sawitri, Hunik Sri Runing; Harsono, Mugi; Ningsih, Ekawati Rahayu
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Objective of the study this paper is to discuss result of the study which examines effects of customers’ cultural values in developing e-loyalty in globalization era and integrative model which based on relationship marketing theory. These customers’ cultural values include personal relationship, long-term relationship, credibility among organizations, and English capability. Design/methodology/approach in this study is using triangulation approach consisted of survey on 17 customers, interview with manager, and instrument data processing of 200 respondents based on Structural Equation Modeling (SEM), its result shows that there is significant relation among customers’ cultural values in developing e-loyalty of Sharia banking especially in BSM Kudus Branch. Knowledge provided in this paper is expected to be able to help bank manager in handling issues of decreasing customers’ e-loyalty of Sharia banking by cultural approach.
DEVELOP QUALITY PEOPLE THROUGH DA’WAH IN THE FACE OF THE ASEAN ECONOMIC COMMUNITY (AEC) Mubasyaroh, Mubasyaroh
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Recent decades, we often hear the advent of the Asean Economic Community (AEC) which is a community that is struggling in the field of free market economies in particular, so it requires some readiness; economic, capital, and the equally important need readiness of human resources as the party who run the economy. For Indonesia alone, MEA will be an opportunity for trade barriers will tend to diminish even be non-existent. This will impact on increasing exports, which in turn will increase the GDP of Indonesia. On the other hand, the Muslims as the vast majority of Indonesia's population must face the Asean Economic Community (AEC). In this case Indonesian Muslims should be careful and ready to face the AEC. Campaigners Indonesian economy began to prepare for the era of free markets that will be enforced. The era of the free market itself is the result of the formation of the Asean Economic Community (AEC). The free market itself covering the areas of capital, goods and services, and labor. In this regard, please note that the mission is a process conducted by a conscious and planned to invite the people to the path of Allah, to improve the situation for the better (da’wah is the promotion and development) in order to achieve certain goals, namely to live happily in the world hereafter. In this paper will attempt to peel da’wah efforts in developing the quality of the people in the face of the Asean Economic Community (AEC).
FEARS OF AN OPEN MARKET: CITIZENS’ VOICES OF THE ASEAN ECONOMIC COMMUNITY (AEC) Makin, Al
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This article presents the way in which Indonesian citizens responded to the idea of the open market in the South East Asian country established by the AEC. The article chooses some opinions published by the Indonesian media: Kompas, Dakwatuna, Koran Muria, Koran Yogya, Islam Pos, Hizbut Tahrir website, and Jawa Pos from 2014 to 2016 which show fears of and resistance against the free market. In the arguments they exhibit the fears which are motivated by the citizens’ sentiments of nationalism and religion. The article also finds that the AEC is not well understood by the citizens of Indonesia, perhaps due to the lack of socialization by the government. Indeed, the AEC documents do not show any aspects outside economy as the main enterprise of the community, such as religion and nationalism which indeed motivated the fears of the Indonesian citizens. This led to difficulty by Indonesians to accept the idea of the free market who are mostly religious and hold nationalism in high regard. This paper also presents the detailed reasons and the arguments of the fears of the free market in the South East Asia.
UNIVERSITY WOMEN PERCEPTIONS ON MIGRATION (MERANTAU) AND WORKING OVERSEAS IN FACING ASEAN ECONOMIC COMMUNITY Diniaty, Amirah; Kustati, Martin
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This descriptive study aims to explore university women’ perceptions on migration (Merantau) and working overseas in facing Asean Economic Community. 300 participants were identified using accidental random sampling. A Survey was used in this study. The finding showed that 69.4%) of respondents perceived that women have important roles in empowering their family economy. Then, 76.3% of them acknowledged that working overseas have provided significant improvement of economy for their family in the village.). 61.3% of respondents stated that they went abrad to continue their study to Post graduate programme. Meanwhile, there were only 35.3% of respondents declared that they wanted to work in Indonesia. Other 3% of respondents acknowledged that they wanted to become household and their husband shoud fulfill their daily life expenses. It also found that 85% of Minangkabau women could compete in having good career as compared with Women in ASEAN countries.74.3% declared that they must improve their softskill capabilities. Finally, there 85.3% of respondents declared that they were ready to face Asean Economic community (AEC).

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