Are Ziswaf Expenditures and Depression Symptoms Correlated? Evidence from Indonesia

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Hafizh Fadhillah Akbar Dzidan Ar'rabani

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This research investigates the relationship between ziswaf expenditure and depression symptoms using the IFLS5 data. Depression was assessed using the 10-item Center for Epidemiologic Studies-Depression Scale Revised (CESD-R-10). The scores were converted into logit form using the Rasch model. This study finds a statistically significant negative correlation between ziswaf expenditure and the presence of severe depression symptoms using the OLS-multiple linear regression. A higher level of ziswaf expenditure was associated with lower scores in depression symptoms among muslim in Indonesia.

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Fadhillah, H., & Ar’rabani, A. (2024, June 28). Are Ziswaf Expenditures and Depression Symptoms Correlated? Evidence from Indonesia. International Journal of Zakat, 9(Special), 1-10. https://doi.org/https://doi.org/10.37706/ijaz.v9iSpecial.516
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