Mudharabah financing in Islamic banking (case study of Islamic banks in Indonesia)

Marliyah, Marliyah (2015) Mudharabah financing in Islamic banking (case study of Islamic banks in Indonesia). In: Islam Nusantara: Amal wa Tahdiyat. UNSPECIFIED, Medan, pp. 94-107.

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Abstract

Mudharabah is one of the most widely quoted operating principles in Islamic banking. For Islamic financial institutions, mudharabah is a partnership agreement between at least two parties, that are a lender (sahib al-mal) and an agent manager (mudharib). This contract has great benefits and play an important role for human life. Mudharabah role in the development of Islamic economics is very important because it can improve the economic welfare of the people by empowering them. Mudharabah also connect the surplus unit who act as financier with the deficit unit who act as the manager. The surplus unit is the parties excess funds but do not have the expertise to develop such funds, while deficit unit is the parties who need funding but has expertise or access to business development.

Item Type: Book Section
Uncontrolled Keywords: mudharabah, islamic banking
Subjects: 2X6 SOSIAL DAN BUDAYA > 2X6.3 Ekonomi
Divisions: Buku
Depositing User: Mrs. Retno Sayekti
Date Deposited: 23 Feb 2016 03:44
Last Modified: 23 Feb 2016 03:44
URI: http://repository.uinsu.ac.id/id/eprint/266

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