DETERMINAN NON PERFORMING FINANCING PERBANKAN SYARIAH DI INDONESIA: STUDI ANALISIS META

Nabila Rifda Darmawanti, Noven Suprayogi

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This study attempts to determine the factors influencing non-performing financing of Islamic Banks in Indonesia using samples from published journals in Indonesia for seven years (2012-2018). The purpose of this research is to examine the association between BOPO, GDP, inflation, FDR, CAR, FAR, SBIS, and bank size. This research applies the meta-analysis technique to samples of 17 articles. The articles used are selected studies from Sinta Journal, Garuda and Google Scholar. The research shows that BOPO, GDP, inflation, CAR, FAR, and bank size have significant correlation with non-performing financing of Islamic banks in Indonesia. Meanwhile, FDR and SBIS have no significant correlation with non-performing financing of Islamic banks in Indonesia.

Keywords: non-performing financing, Islamic bank, journal article, meta-analysis.

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