Dropshiper from an Islamic economic perspective, economy, innovation, and digital business

Authors

  • Nurlailiyah Aidatus Sholihah
  • Burhanudin

DOI:

https://doi.org/10.51773/ajrs.v2i1.151

Keywords:

Digital era, Business, Dropshipper, Legality

Abstract

Buying and selling is a transaction that is allowed in Islam. However, to ensure this permissibility, it is necessary to have the rules of the game that have been formulated by the scholars. This aims to maintain the rights of each party during the sale and purchase so that no party feels disadvantaged. Nowadays, buying and selling transactions are developing, namely by buying and selling without having to have stock or known as dropshipping. In this digital era, the dropshipping business is in great demand by the public because it has conveniences that are felt by the parties. However, in Islam buying and selling can only be done on goods that are perfectly owned by the seller. The purpose of this study is to analyze the legality of the practice of dropshipping. This study uses a qualitative method with the type of research in the form of a literature study and data sources in the form of secondary data obtained from journals, books and websites. The results show that the dropshipping business is allowed in Islam as long as it meets certain criteria.

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Published

2022-04-05

How to Cite

Sholihah, N. A. ., & Burhanudin. (2022). Dropshiper from an Islamic economic perspective, economy, innovation, and digital business. AMCA Journal of Religion and Society, 2(1), 22–25. https://doi.org/10.51773/ajrs.v2i1.151