publication . Article . 2018

Effect of Board Management and Governmental Model on Zakat Payers’ Trust on Zakat Institutions

Erlane K Ghani; Asmah Abdul Aziz; Sakinah Mohamed Tajularifin; Nahla Samargandi;
Open Access Arabic
  • Published: 01 Jan 2018 Journal: Global Journal Al-Thaqafah (issn: 2232-0474, eissn: 2232-0482, Copyright policy)
  • Publisher: Universiti Sultan Azlan Shah
Abstract
Trust among zakat payers is important as it contributes to the success of zakat institutions. Zakat payers, are reluctant to pay zakat through zakat institutions due to lack of trust. This study examines whether perceived board management and governmental model may influence zakat payers’ trust on zakat institutions. Using questionnaire survey on 184 zakat payers, this study shows that perceived board management influences zakat payers’ trust on zakat institutions. By contrast, perceived governmental model does not influence zakat payers’ trust on zakat institutions. These findings imply that zakat institutions should focus on strengthening the efficiency of the...
Subjects
free text keywords: zakat payers, trust level, board management, governmental model, zakat institutions., Islam. Bahai Faith. Theosophy, etc., BP1-610, Islam, BP1-253
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