Profit : Jurnal Inovasi Ekonomi dan Bisnis https://journal.das-institute.com/index.php/profit <p><strong>Profit : Jurnal Inovasi Ekonomi dan Bisnis</strong> dikelola oleh <strong>DAS Institute</strong> dan terbuka untuk seluruh penulis baik dari Indonesia maupun Internasional.</p> <p><strong>Profit : Jurnal Inovasi Ekonomi dan Bisnis</strong> bertujuan untuk menjadi media penyebarluasan hasil penelitian dan pertukaran karya ilmiah bidang ekonomi, keuangan dan bisnis Indonesia di kalangan akademisi internasional, praktisi, pengatur kebijakan, dan untuk kalangan umum. <strong>Profit : Jurnal Inovasi Ekonomi dan Bisnis</strong> diterbitkan 4 (empat) kali dalam setahun pada bulan Januari, April, Juli dan Oktober.</p> en-US info@das-institute.com (Dimas Wibisono) evi.latul@das-institute.com (Evi Latul Istinganah) Thu, 15 Feb 2024 21:14:09 +0700 OJS 3.3.0.3 http://blogs.law.harvard.edu/tech/rss 60 ANALISIS EVALUASI MANAJEMEN PARIWISATA HALAL PERSPEKTIF FATWA DSN-MUI No.108/DSN-MUI/X/2016 https://journal.das-institute.com/index.php/profit/article/view/500 <p><em>As a Muslim-majority country, Indonesia recognizes that Islamic principles cover various aspects of life, including economics and industrial management. One sector that is experiencing rapid growth is halal tourism, which has great potential to continue to grow. This study aims to evaluate the extent to which tourist destinations in Bantul Regency meet halal standards regulated in Fatwa DSN MUI No.108/DSN-MUI/X/2016 concerning Tourism Implementation Guidelines in accordance with Sharia Principles. The research method used is qualitative with a descriptive analysis approach through case studies, involving data collection from various tourist destinations in Bantul Regency. The analysis results show that the compatibility level between implementing tourist destinations in Bantul Regency and the parameters of halal destinations based on Fatwa DSN MUI No.108 / DSN-MUI / X / 2016 is 93.94%. Nevertheless, there is still room for improvement, especially related to practices contrary to the principles of religious law, especially in tourist destinations that have links to culture, history, or places considered sacred. This is in line with the tendency of Indonesian society, especially Javanese, which tends to have mystical and supernatural views.</em></p> Muhammad Rukhiyatul Hakim, Baiq Ismiati Copyright (c) 2024 Muhammad Rukhiyatul Hakim, Baiq Ismiati https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-sa/4.0 https://journal.das-institute.com/index.php/profit/article/view/500 Thu, 25 Jan 2024 00:00:00 +0700 Implementation of the Al-Mudharabah Al-Musytarakah Agreement in Islamic Banking Financial Institutions https://journal.das-institute.com/index.php/profit/article/view/505 <p>Profit and loss sharing is a system used as an operational activity in Islamic banking. Therefore, the most important theory to be raised in this research is the mudharabah contract. Departing from the character of banking in general which is closely attached to Islamic banking as an intermediary institution, a new breakthrough is needed through the study of contemporary mudharabah contracts called al-mudharabah al-musytarakah as the most relevant theoretical basis. This is because the working mechanism of Islamic banks cannot be separated from funding and financing activities, and the bank's position is in the middle of these funding and financing activities. The mudharabah that we know from time to time only involves two parties, whereas in banking it involves three parties. With this qualitative casuistic research, the aim is to obtain data regarding the implementation of the al-mudharabah al-musytarakah contract in Islamic banking. The implementation of the al-mudharabah al-musytarakah agreement in Islamic banking is realized in various funding products, both savings and deposit products, and is related to mudharabah financing as a financing product.</p> Kholilur Rahman, Naerul Edwin Kiky Aprianto, Muhammad B. Jasmi Copyright (c) 2024 Kholilur Rahman, Naerul Edwin Kiky Aprianto, Muhammad B. Jasmi https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-sa/4.0 https://journal.das-institute.com/index.php/profit/article/view/505 Tue, 11 Jun 2024 00:00:00 +0700