E-Money Based Boarding School Cooperative Development Model (Kopontren) As An Sharia Economic Acceleration Effort In Indonesia

Marwini Marwini*  -  Universitas Diponegoro, Indonesia, Indonesia
Annisa Nur Salam  -  Universitas Diponegoro, Indonesia

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Purpose - This research aims to know E-money based boarding school cooperative (Kopontren) development models.

Method - This research is used descriptive qualitative by discussing the development of the co-model with sharia economic agreements and e-money as a transaction tool.

Result - The results of the research showed three models, namely development model of Islamic boarding school cooperative (Kopontren) as community economy developer, model of sharia agreement implementation in Kopontren operations, and e-money application as transaction media in Kopontren business unit.

Implication - This study uses the data from the study of literature.

Originality- The paper looks into the development model of the co-op with e-money based. Previous studies have only focused on development models. This paper contributes to introducing the application of an inclusive financial system.


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Keywords: kopontren; e-money; sharia economic.

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