Randi Swandaru

Randi Swandaru
International Centre for Education in Islamic Finance | INCEIF · Department of Finance

Doctor of Philosophy

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Purpose Micro-enterprises, like any other business entity, face financing challenges. However, micro-enterprises often cannot access financial institutions as they cannot fulfill the conditions to obtain financing facilities from a formal financial institution. As such, they have to rely on family or friends for financing needs. The most critical c...
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Zmart program is a micro retail shop empowerment program using zakat funds to alleviate poverty, especially in urban areas. This research examines the impact of Zmart program on poverty alleviation and women empowerment. The general poverty indicators based on poverty line and had kifayah standard show that the number of poverty decreases after Zma...
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Hunger remains one of the most challenging issues faced by global economy. Food and Agriculture Organization (2019) has recorded as much as 820 million people suffering this hunger. This paper attempts to elaborate the concept of Islamic ethical wealth management and its relationship with endeavor to reduce hunger through responsible production and...
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The nature of digital technology, which can induce efficiency, transparency, and access widening, is basically in line with the objective of zakat in enlarging the impact of zakat for poverty alleviation and public welfare. However, lack of advancement on the use of digital technology may lead to a failure in addressing poverty and equality problem...
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The purpose of this study is to examine the impact and the electronic service quality of the national zakat management information system (SIMBA) on the national zakat collection. This paper uses a multiple regression analysis in its explorative attempt to illustrate the impact of SIMBA implementation on zakat collection in Indonesia. It shows that...
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The purpose of this study is to examine the impact and the electronic service quality of the national zakat management information system (SIMBA) on the national zakat collection. This paper uses a multiple regression analysis in its explorative attempt to illustrate the impact of SIMBA implementation on the national zakat collection. It shows that...
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As the fashion business grows and as the interminable need of human beings to respond to fast fashion continuously thrives, the clothing industry has become the second largest pollutants releasing industry in the world-it leaves tremendous amount of fashion carbon footprint that causes unimaginable harm to the environment. This article talks about...
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Biodegradable foam is a packaging material made from renewable resources which is very prospective to substitute synthetic polystyrene foam. Starch is now dominantly use as a promising material to produce this foam due to its superior characteristic and its availability. However, starch is preferable as food source thus it is important to looking f...
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SDGs Almsgiving in Islam is not only encouraged but also obligatory under certain circumstances. The article aims to find answers on how the trend of philantrophy, together with Muslim traditions of almsgiving, can be a source of solution to the existence of sustainable development.
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Based on the latest Global Islamic Economy Score, as the largest Muslim country in the world, Indonesia's halal industry is still far left behind compared to other Moslem countries. With $154.9 billion of halal food market; $5.5 billion of halal pharmaceutical market; $3.3 billion of halal cosmetics market, Indonesia only ranks 10th, whereas Malays...

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