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dc.contributor.advisorH. Roikhan Mochammad Azzizid
dc.contributor.authorYaya R.C. Pujihartoid
dc.description.abstractThe number of samples taken was 30 samples during the period of December 2014-May 2017 with the population of Sharia Banking in Indonesia and Sharia Banking receiving hajj funds in Indonesia. The method of determining the sample used in this study is purposive sampling. Purposive sampling is a method of determining the respondents to be sampled based on certain criteria. The hajj initial deposit fund and the Hajj Optimization Fund Data is taken from the publication MORA financial report and SBI Sharia data, third-party funds (DPK) sharia data and Sharia Bank Asset data taken from OJK website, while inflation data is taken from Bank Indonesia (BI) website. The hypothesis of this research was tested by using SPSS-22 (Statistical Product and Service Solutions) with independent variables of Hajj Initial Funding Fund (X1), Hajj Optimization Fund (X2), SBI Syariah (X3), DPK Bank Sharia Data (X4), Asset Bank sharia Data (X5), Inflation Data (X6) with dependent variable (Profitability Haji fund at sharia banking in Indonesia (Y)). Based on T-test, it can be concluded that the hajj initial deposit fund (X1) as internal factor is the most dominant variable influencing Profitability variable of Haj funds at Bank Syariah in Indonesia (Y) that is influence to 3,249, and hereinafter is variable internal factor of Data Asset sharia banking (X5) to the Profitability of Haj funds at sharia banking in Indonesia (Y) with the influence is 3.202, then followed by internal factor of Hajj Optimization Fund (X2) to Profitability of Haj funds at sharia banking in Indonesia (Y) with the influence is 0.882, and last variable internal factor Sharia Bank DPK Data (X4) on Profitability of Hajj funds at sharia banking in Indonesia (Y) with the magnitude of influence is equal to -1.157. While the factor of religiosity SBI Syariah (X3) and external factors Inflation (X6) does not affect the Profitability of Haj funds at sharia banking in Indonesia (Y). Based on F test, it can be concluded that variable the hajj initial deposit data (X1) as internal factor, Hajj Optimization Fund data (X2) as internal factor, SBI sharia data (X3) as factor of religiosity, Third Party Fund (DPK) Sharia Banking data (X4) as internal factor, Data Asset sharia banking data (X5) as internal factor, and Inflation Data (X6) as external factor simultaneously have a significant effect on Profitability of Hajj funds at Bank Syariah in Indonesia (Y)id
dc.publisherJakarta: Fakultas Ekonomi dan Bisnis UIN Syarif Hidayatullah Jakartaid
dc.subjectProfitability (ROA, ROE), Firm Size,id
dc.subjectreligiosity factorT Test and F Testid
dc.subjectExternal factorid
dc.subjectInternal factorid
dc.subjectTotal Assetid
dc.subjectThird Party Fund (DPK)id
dc.subjectSBI Syariahid
dc.subjectHajj Optimization Fundid
dc.subjectHajj initial funding fundid
dc.titleDeterminan Dana Setoran Awal Bpih, Dana Optimalisasi Haji, Sbi Syariah, Total Asset, Dana Pihak Ketiga (Dpk) Dan Inflasi Terhadap Profitability Dana Haji Pada Bank Syariah Di Indonesaid
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