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Journal title: Review of Islamic Social Finance and Entrepreneurship
Journal initials: RISFE
ISSN:  2963-847X (online)
DOI prefix: 10.20885/RISFE by
Frequency: Published in March and September
Publisher: Center for Islamic Economics and Development Studies (CIEDS)- P3EI, Faculty of Business and Economics, Universitas Islam Indonesia


Review of Islamic Social Finance and Entrepreneurship (RISFE) is an academic journal published by the Center for Islamic Economics and Development Studies (CIEDS)- P3EI, Faculty of Business and Economics, Universitas Islam Indonesia. The journal is published twice a year on March and September, intended as a medium for information, communication, and dissemination of research results and scientific studies in the field of Islamic social finance and entrepreneurship. Islamic social finance and entrepreneurship is defined as sectors which have a dimension of social mission within the organization, consist of traditional Islamic philanthropic institutions—zakat, shadaqah and waqf, and non-profit organizations such as corporate social responsibility (CSR) and non-government organizations (NGOs), as well as contemporary Islamic microfinance institutions and other Islamic social enterprises. Social entrepreneurship is all about recognizing the social problems and achieving a social change by employing entrepreneurial principles, processes and operations. It is all about making a research and development in managing a social venture to attain the desired change. The main objective of Islamic social finance and entrepreneurship is to meet the needs of the poor and marginalized groups to be able to participate actively in the main economic system in a just and efficient way so that an inclusive economic system can be realized based on Islamic principles.

Volume 3 Issue 1, 2024

Published: March 26, 2024

Zakat-based urban farming: A tool for poverty alleviation, community empowerment, financial inclusion, and food security

Kinan Salim (1), Baharom Abdul Hamid (2), Ziyaad Mahomed (3), Wiaam Hassan (4)
(1) INCEIF University, Jalan Tun Ismail, Kuala Lumpur, 50480, Malaysia and Oxford Centre for Islamic Studies, Oxford, OX3 0EE, United Kingdom ,
(2) INCEIF University, Jalan Tun Ismail, Kuala Lumpur, 50480, Malaysia ,
(3) INCEIF University, Jalan Tun Ismail, Kuala Lumpur, 50480, Malaysia ,
(4) INCEIF University, Jalan Tun Ismail, Kuala Lumpur, 50480, Malaysia
1-19
156

Does Islamic social finance promote the quality of human resources?

Siswantoro Siswantoro (1), Ihsanul Ikhwan (2)
(1) Department of Economics Education, Faculty of Economics and Bussiness, Universitas Negeri Semarang, Semarang, Indonesia ,
(2) Department of Economics, Kulliyah of Economics and Management Science, International Islamic University Malaysia, Selangor, Malaysia
20-35
14

Young Muslim generations and sadaqah through digital platforms: Do sadaqah literacy and religiosity matter?

Ahmad Santoso (1), Heri Sudarsono (2), Weni Hawariyuni (3)
(1) Department of Economics, Faculty of Business and Economics, Universitas Islam Indonesia, Yogyakarta, Indonesia ,
(2) Department of Economics, Faculty of Business and Economics, Universitas Islam Indonesia, Yogyakarta, Indonesia ,
(3) College of Business, University of Buraimi, Sultanate of Oman, Oman
36-49
41

Transformation of cash waqf management in Indonesia: Insights into the development of digitalization

Hendri Hermawan Adinugraha (1), Muhammad Shulthoni (2), Zohaib Hassan Sain (3)
(1) Sharia Economics Department, Faculty of Islamic Economics and Business, UIN K.H. Abdurrahman Wahid, Pekalongan, Indonesia ,
(2) Sharia Economics Department, Faculty of Islamic Economics and Business, UIN K.H. Abdurrahman Wahid, Pekalongan, Indonesia ,
(3) Management Department, Faculty of Economics, Superior University, Pakistan
50-66
117

Does Covid 19 affect the income of Muslim entrepreneurs? Case study of culinary MSMEs in Surakarta

Farah Dewayanti (1), Ari Rudatin (2), Andika Perdana (3)
(1) Department of Economics, Faculty of Business and Economics, Indonesian Islamic University, Yogyakarta, Indonesia ,
(2) Department of Economics, Faculty of Business and Economics, Indonesian Islamic University, Yogyakarta, Indonesia ,
(3) Department of Econometrics, Statistics, and Applied Economics, Faculty of Economics and Business, Universitat de Barcelona, Spain
67-76
13

Islamic capital market support in the Indonesian halal industry development: SWOT analysis

Azwar Azwar (1)
(1) Sekolah Tinggi Ilmu Islam dan Bahasa Arab (STTBA), Makasar, Indonesia
77-92
27

The mediating effect of perceived value on customer loyalty of BMT NU East Java

Mohamad Mondir (1), Siti Habibatur Rahma (2)
(1) Department of Sharia Economy, STAI AL-Utsmani, Bondowoso Indonesia ,
(2) Department of Sharia Economy, STAI AL-Utsmani, Bondowoso Indonesia
93-103
27
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