The Role of Islamic Financial Management in Trading Transactions at the Srimanunan Sampang Market
Keywords:Islamic Financial Management, Trade and Market
Trading transactions carried out in traditional markets like the Srimanunan Sampang market categorized as according to its type including traditional markets. The market is a meeting place for sellers (traders) and buyers by conducting sales and purchase transactions. This research method uses a qualitative approach, which is based on interview scripts, notes, fields, memos, personal documents and other official documents. This type of research uses descriptive qualitative, the data taken is primary and secondary data. While the data collection techniques, namely in the form of observation, interviews, and documentation methods, the analysis consists of three streams of activities that occur simultaneously, namely: data reduction, data presentation, drawing conclusions or verification. If reviewed from in terms of the practice of trading transactions in the Srimangunan market does not indicate a method or strategy so that it becomes a sustainable transaction in the long term because of the lack of knowledge in transacting in the market. Therefore according to the results of this study indicate the weakness of the management system in selling so that if analyzed based on the role of Islamic Financial Management starting from the acquisition of funds, to the management of funds will find a new breakthrough in transactions.
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