Pengaruh Faktor Sosial Ekonomi terhadap Perkawinan Muslim di Indonesia


  • Fauzia Aqilla Fadhil
    Departemen Ekonomi Syariah - Fakultas Ekonomi dan Bisnis - Universitas Airlangga
  • Ilmiawan Auwalin Departemen Ekonomi Syariah - Fakultas Ekonomi dan Bisnis - Universitas Airlangga
January 17, 2020


This study aims to find out what factors that affect a Muslim's decision to get married. This study uses the data from the Indonesian Family Life Survey (IFLS) with a quantitative approach using 83% of the sample population in Indonesia covering approximately 30,000 people taken in 13 of the 27 provinces in Indonesia. This study was analyzed using Linear Probability Model (LPM) regression, Logit regression and Probit regression. The data in this study were processed using STATA MP software. According to the results of data using three regression models, the factors that affect the decision of each individual in Indonesia in general to marry are gender, religion, age, education and occupation. The factors that affect each individual Muslim in Indonesia to make a decision to marry are gender, age, education and occupation. Then, for women in Indonesia in general, the factors that affect the decision to get married are religion, age, and occupation. Last but not least, for Muslim women, the factors that affect the decision to marry is age and occupation.

Keywords: Socio-Economy, Muslim Marriage, Marital Decision


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