• Cecep Moch. Ramli Al-Fauzi IAI Latifah Mubarokiyah Suryalaya
  • Abdul Rachim STAI Al-Musdariyah
  • Imran Abdul Rozak STAI Al-Musdariyah
  • Krishna Taufiq Rakhman IAI Latifah Mubarokiyah Suryalaya
Keywords: Islamic business ethics, Trader, Manaqib, Suryalaya Islamic School


Business ethics is a specialized study of right and wrong morals. So far, many people understand business is a business whose main purpose is to get as much profit as possible, many even use dirty and unethical methods. Classical economic law that controls capital as little as possible and makes as much profit as possible may have made "business people" justify any means to gain profits. This is not surprising if business people rarely pay attention to social responsibility and ignore business ethics. In this study the author aims to find out what Islamic business ethics is and know how the behavior of traders in the market where the qib is in accordance with Islamic business ethics. The research was conducted by collecting data from various sources such as books, magazines, journals or other written works and supported by observations or direct observations and interviews and then concluded. The method used in this study is a descriptive method with a normative juridical approach. The normative juridical approach is an approach carried out based on the main legal material by examining theories, concepts, principles of law and legislation related to this research. Islamic business ethics must be owned by every Muslim who struggles in the business world, be it traders, employees, or entrepreneurs so that his business ventures are protected from things that are forbidden by Allah SWT. From the results of the study the authors found that the traders understood how to sell good ethics as exemplified by the Prophet Muhammad, namely by offering merchandise honestly trustworthy and polite, and not hiding defective items, and when entrusted with merchandise by other traders they looked after them properly. From the description above, the traders are traders who have Islamic business ethics, because almost all traders in the "manaqib market" have implemented most of the foundations of Islamic business ethics in the conduct of their business.


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How to Cite
Al-Fauzi, C., Rachim, A., Abdul Rozak, I., & Rakhman, K. (2018). ETIKA BISNIS ISLAM DI KALANGAN PEDAGANG DI PASAR MANAQIB PONDOK PESANTREN SURYALAYA. MUTAWASITH, 1(1), 1-15. Retrieved from