• Cholid Imami
    Departemen Ekonomi Syariah - Fakultas Ekonomi dan Bisnis - Universitas Airlangga
  • Raditya Sukmana Departemen Ekonomi Syariah - Fakultas Ekonomi dan Bisnis - Universitas Airlangga
January 17, 2020


This research is a quantitative research using Anova One-way technical. The findings of this study indicate that people who in their lives apply Islamic values (Self Responsibility and Community Responsibility) in their lives will have higher incomes than people who do not apply Islamic values, these findings are in harmony with what was written by Ali Djalali (1993) poverty is the responsibility of each individual, therefore the understanding in applying the value of Islam should be known to the public to get out of the vicious cycle of poverty. Future research is suggested that the Government's policy to be added in the measurement indicator because in Islamic values also includes the responsibility of the government.

Keywords: Self Responsibility, Community Responsibility, Islamic Values, Islamic Ethics, Poverty


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