Integrity, Personal Religiosity Values, and Reputation as Determinants of Enhancing Trust on AWAQF Institutions: Are Indonesians Showing Intentions to Endow Fund?

  • Indah Purnomowati, Mahrinasari MS, Ida Budiarty, Trijoko Prasetyo

Abstract

As it has come to the knowledge that in terms of moveable property, the practice of cash waqf has gained popularity in Indonesia. The following paper designed to highlight the impact and role of reputation, integrity and personal religious values on the intention to endow waqf funds while with the help of trust on awqaf institutions as a mediating role between them. The questionnaire data collection technique is being used to collect the data from the customers, employees and managerial level position of awqaf institutions. The data mainly has been collect from 403 respondents, out of 44,9% were female respondents and 55,1% were male respondents. Moreover, under the data collection process, the purposive sampling technique is used respectively. After that, in order to get reliable and valuable results, various tests have been applied. The most significant test those were applied such as KMO, Bartlett test, SEM and CFA. The SEM technique has helped the researcher to examine that the elements such as personal religious values, reputation, and integrity all have a significant effect on intentions to endow waqf funds. At the same time, the trust on awqaf institutions as a mediating variable has a significant role between integrity and personal religious values with endow waqf funds. Finally, the study has discussed the limitations that must be covered in future studies.

Published
2020-05-25