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Dian Masyita
Dian Masyita
Faculty of Economics and Business, University of Padjadjaran
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A dynamic model for cash waqf management as one of the alternative instruments for the poverty alleviation in Indonesia
D Masyita, M Tasrif, AS Telaga
The 23rd International Conference of The System Dynamics Society …, 2005
932005
Islamic financial literacy: Construct process and validity
R Setiawati, SR Nidar, M Anwar, D Masyita
Academy of Strategic Management Journal 17 (4), 1-12, 2018
842018
Why is growth of Islamic microfinance lower than its conventional counterparts in Indonesia
D Masyita, H Ahmed
Islamic Economic Studies 21 (1), 35-62, 2013
702013
Lessons Learned of Zakat Management from Different Era and Countries
D Masyita
Al-Iqtishad Journal of Islamic Economics 10 (2), 441-456, 2018
552018
Macroeconomic Factors And Stock Returns In APT Framework.
PY Amtiran, R Indiastuti, SR Nidar, D Masyita
International Journal of Economics & Management 11, 2017
542017
Sustainability of Islamic microfinance in Indonesia: A holistic approach
B Wediawati, N Effendi, A Herwany, D Masyita
Academy of Strategic Management Journal 17 (3), 1-14, 2018
462018
Why is growth of Islamic microfinance lower than conventional? A comparative study of the preferences and perceptions of the clients of Islamic and conventional microfinance …
D Masyita, H Ahmed
8th International Conference on Islamic Economics and Finance 19, 21, 2011
262011
Business valuation of Islamic banks in the merger plan to become Indonesia state owned bank
K Ahdizia
Faculty of Economics and Business State Islamic University (UIN) Syarif …, 2018
232018
Sistem Pengentasan Kemiskinan yang Berkelanjutan Melalui Wakaf Tunai
D Masyita
Laporan Penelitian Kementrian Riset dan Teknologi RI, Jakarta, 2005
202005
Why do people see a financial system as a whole very important?
D Masyita
Journal of Islamic Monetary Economics and Finance 1 (1), 79-106, 2015
192015
Sustainable Islamic microfinance institutions in Indonesia: an exploration of demand & supply factors and the role of waqf
D Masyita
Durham University, 2012
182012
Why cash waqf fails to meet the expectation: Evidence from Indonesia
SB Utomo, D Masyita, F Hastuti
Journal of Islamic Economic Studies, October, 2020
172020
The role of BRI in the Indonesian cash waqf house’s system
D Masyita, E Febrian
BRI International Seminar on Developing Microbanking: Creating Opportunities …, 2004
172004
Early warning early action for the banking solvency risk in the COVID-19 pandemic era: A case study of Indonesia
T Hidayat, D Masyita, SR Nidar, F Ahmad, MAN Syarif
Economies 10 (1), 6, 2021
14*2021
The effect of COVID-19 on credit and capital risk of state-owned bank in Indonesia: A system dynamics model
T Hidayat, D Masyita, SR Nidar, E Febrian, F Ahmad
System 6 (20), 33, 2021
142021
Developing a computer simulation based approach to simulate potency of islamic voluntary sector to alleviate the poverty in Indonesia using system dynamics methodology
D Masyita
First International Conference on Inclusive Islamic Financial Sector Development, 2007
132007
A study on the determinants of successful performance of Indonesian cooperatives
E Kusmiati, D Masyita, E Febrian, MF Cahyandito
International Journal of Social Economics 50 (9), 1285-1301, 2023
122023
The Impact of Macroeconomics Factor, Capital Structure and Liquidity on the Foreign Bank's Performance in Indonesia
M Akbar, D Masyita, E Febrian, HA Buchory
Academy of Strategic Management Journal 17 (2), 1-17, 2018
122018
Spiritual, Managerial and Technological Treatments Improve Islamic Micro Entrepreneur’s Behavior and Business Performance.(A pilot project for Islamic Microfinance Clients in …
D Masyita, E Febrian, M Bernik, S Sasmono, A Rusfi, S Basaroedin
2nd International Conference on Inclusive Islamic Financial Sectors …, 2011
122011
Religious Practices: Waqf: Southeast Asia
D Masyita
Working Papers in Business, Management and Finance 5 (200704), 1-4, 2007
102007
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