Islamic Organizational Culture, Islamic Corporate Social Responsibility, and Corporate Performance: Evidence From Sharia Bank in Indonesia

Luluk Muhimatul Ifada, Imam Ghozali, Faisal Faisal


This paper aims to examine the importance of Islamic organizational culture and Islamic corporate social responsibility in improving corporate performance. The population of this study is all sharia banks in Central Java – Indonesia. By using census sampling method, 327 sharia banks are determined as samples of the study. Partial least squares (PLS) approach is applied to analyze the data. The results reveal that Islamic organizational culture has a significant role in improving Islamic corporate social responsibility, which in turn, increasing corporate performance.

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International Journal of Financial Research
ISSN 1923-4023(Print)ISSN 1923-4031(Online)


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