BIBLIOMETRIC ANALYSIS AND PRODUCTIVE ZAKAT REVIEW
This study aims to map and review research on productive zakat and the extent to which this topic has been reviewed, analyzed and used as a variable in a scientific study published in a Scopus indexed journal. Using a bibbliometric analysis approach and the help of the Harzing Publish or Perish search software focused on Scopus indexed publications, only four relevant articles were found related to the keywords productive; zakat in the last 10 years. One of the results of previous studies shows that the empowerment of the use of productive zakat to the community significantly reduces poverty, and allows to reduce inequality and end poverty in Indonesia and other findings show that the model of distributing productive zakat by zakat institutions in Indonesia uses two approaches, namely through direct business capital assistance and through proposals aimed at victims of natural disasters. They use zakat to start a business or develop a business that is already owned by the recipient of productive zakat funds. Therefore, this study recommends that in the next research can empirically re-analyze the use of productive zakat variables in the macro-Sharia field in more depth and can be generalized across sectors of other fields of scientific studies.
Bibliometric Analysis, Productive Zakat Review