A Sentiment Analysis on Islamic Philantrhopi
The Role of Islamic Philanthropy to support of MSMEs
Abstract. COVID-19 has had a considerable impact on the economic sector and financial market operations around the world. During the COVID-19 pandemic, however, Indonesia's Islamic financial assets increased by 22.71 percent, reaching Rp1,801.40 trillion from Rp1,467.07 trillion the previous year. This demonstrates that Islamic microfinance is resistant to the pandemic and contributes significantly to national economic growth. This study examined Islamic philanthropy, a component of Islamic microfinance. Based on the available literature, it is discovered that there is no sentiment research on this topic. The method used is a descriptive statistical analysis with meta-analysis and sentiment analysis of secondary data in the form of metadata from 91 Scopus-indexed publications published in the last 44 years, beginning in 1978 and ending in 2022, is employed. The results of the sentiment analysis is indicate that responses to the development of Islamic philanthropy tend to be variable, with positive sentiment at 34.1%, negative sentiment at 23.1%, and neutral sentiment at 42.9%. This study also attempts to identify negative responses on Islamic philanthropy and offers ideas for future research.
Keywords: Islamic Philanthropy, COVID-19, Islamic Microfinance, Sentiment Analysis
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