• Siti Najma
Keywords: Social Entrepreneurship, Islamic Economy


The increasing number of the poor, unemployment, and etc is a reality that can not be underestimated going on around us. Therefore, what is needed now is a real solution that can help solve the above problems. One such solution is to increase the entrepreneurial spirit in each individual in the community, including through the development of social entrepreneurship. Social entrepreneurship is a phenomenon very interesting today because its differences with traditional entrepreneurs. Social Entrepreneurship see problems as an opportunity to establish a new business model that is beneficial for community empowerment. Results to be achieved not gain any material or customer satisfaction, but rather how the proposed idea can give a good impact for the community. In Islamic economics, muamalah itself has two meanings, namely: al-mu'amalah al-maddiyah, is the  necessities of life attributed by the matter and this is called the economy and al-mu'amalah al-adabiyyah,  is attributed by the necessities of life moral interest, a sense of humanity and is called sosial. In this case, the economic and social in Islam is very closely related. There are some things that show that social entrepreneurship is becoming important in Islamic economics, which include: (1) Employers should focus on the contribution to community empowerment, as obedience to the Lord (2) Employers have the obligation of issuing compulsory zakat trade commodities, (3) Recommendation for donation, because the Qur'an has explained the close relationship between the donation, sustenance and trade, and (4) Islam  very concerned about the preservation of the environment and natural resources.

Keyword : Social Entrepreneurship, Islamic Economy


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Najma, S. (2016) “KEWIRAUSAHAAN SOSIAL DALAM PERSPEKTIF EKONOMI ISLAM”, Sarwah: Journal of Islamic Civilization and Thought, 15(I). Available at: (Accessed: 4June2020).