Conceptualization of Islamic Spiritual Intelligence (ISI) in the Islamic Financing Adoption

Siti Nor Amira Mohamad, Fadziani Yaakub, Mohamad Yazis Ali Basah


Islamic financing is the methods and types of funding a personal or business uses which consist of sale-based and equity-based, used to carry out unique benefits and capital investments. Islamic financing research is very restricted and needs to be more developed, notably on the demand side or the consumer. This article aimed to explore the impact of Islamic Spiritual Intelligence (ISI) on the behavioural intention of Islamic financing adoption. This study uses a content analysis technique to accomplish this goal. The study is based on reading scholarly papers and related materials and is based on ISI theme theories and the use of Islamic funding. The analysis discovered that ISI has a favourable relationship with consumer behaviour regarding Islamic financing adoption.

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