Review of COVID-19 Impact and Islamic Social Finance

Authors

  • Abdullah Haidar Tazkia Islamic University College, Indonesia
  • Siti Annisa Satifa Tazkia Islamic University College, Indonesia

DOI:

https://doi.org/10.54045/jeksyah.v3i02.999

Keywords:

COVID-19, Islamic Social Finance, Bibliometrics

Abstract

The goal of this study is to identify the trajectory of published research in the cited journals on the topic of Islamic social finance during the COVID-19   pandemic. The study was carried out in September 2020. There were 47 research publications analyzed. A journal that was released in 2020 is the focus of the study. The VOSviewer application program is used to examine and evaluate the acquired data to discover the challenges with Islamic social finance and bibliometric mapping of COVID-19   research progress. The study's findings demonstrate a considerable increase in the number of publications on this subject. Four groupings are identified on the bibliometric visualization's map of the development of COVID-19   research. There are 19 patients in Cluster 1, 13, in Cluster 2, 9, in Cluster 3, and 8 in Cluster 4.   The findings of this study suggest that, in to lessen the effects of the existing economic crisis, there should be a particular focus on the growth of Islamic social finance.

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Published

2023-09-15

How to Cite

Haidar, A. ., & Annisa Satifa, S. (2023). Review of COVID-19 Impact and Islamic Social Finance. JEKSYAH Islamic Economics Journal, 3(02), 88–101. https://doi.org/10.54045/jeksyah.v3i02.999