Antecedents of Islamic welfare: productivity, education, and the financial aspect

Meri Indri Hapsari, Amin Hanif Mahmud, Sri Herianingrum, R. Moh Qudsi Fauzy, Siti Ngayesah Siti, Arka Prabaswara, Lina Mawaddatul Masfiyah

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Abstract

Purpose: The purpose of this study is to analyse, firstly, whether education, financial inclusion, financial literacy and financial planning can be antecedents that affect Islamic welfare and, secondly, whether productivity can be a mediator to improve Islamic welfare. Design/methodology/approach: This study involved quantitative research using data obtained from a survey. The respondents were 538 Muslim families in East Java, Indonesia. Structural equation modelling was used for the analysis. Findings: This study tested 13 hypotheses, of which 10 were accepted. The accepted hypotheses refer to the effects of financial literacy on productivity, financial inclusion on productivity, financial planning on productivity, financial planning on Islamic welfare, education on Islamic welfare, productivity on Islamic welfare, financial literacy and productivity on Islamic welfare, financial inclusion and productivity on Islamic welfare and financial planning and productivity on Islamic welfare, as well as the effects of financial inclusion on Islamic welfare. Meanwhile, three hypotheses were not accepted; they refer to the effects of financial literacy on Islamic welfare, the effect of education on productivity, as well as the impact of education and productivity on Islamic welfare. Research limitations/implications: The study was conducted only with respondents living in East Java, so the results depict the condition of Muslim families’ welfare in East Java. Originality/value: Research into the antecedents of Islamic welfare has received little academic attention, so this study explores how education, financial inclusion, financial literacy, financial planning and productivity could affect Islamic welfare among Muslim families.

Original languageEnglish
Pages (from-to)63-85
Number of pages23
JournalInternational Journal of Islamic and Middle Eastern Finance and Management
Volume17
Issue number1
DOIs
Publication statusPublished - 16 Jan 2024

Keywords

  • Economic productivity
  • Financial inclusion
  • Islamic welfare
  • Muslim families
  • SEM

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