Islamic Banking And Economic Growth In Indonesia

Haqiqi Rafsanjani



This paper examines the influence of islamic banking on economic growth in Indonesia during the period 2015-201 9. secondary data monthly time series of the year 2015-201 9 is used in this study. The data obtained by the monthly statistics report banks from Bank Indonesia (BI) and monthly statistics reports Monthly Industrial Production Index of Large and Medium Central Bureau of Statistics (BPS) of Indonesia. Total financing, total saving, and total assets as a variable representing islamic banking. GDP (Gross Domestic Product) as the variable representing economic growth. Using Co-integration methods, the results show that in general the islamic banking effect on economic growth in Indonesia.


Islamic banking, economic growth

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