In order to create a comprehensive policy, waqf institutions should determine the view of waqif [someone who takes waqf] related to which sector should be the priority of Indonesian waqf development in the future. This research would determine the preference of waqif related to the Indonesian waqf development in the future. This research used Analytic Network Process (ANP) method which was developed by Thomas L. Saaty to identify priority rank of waqf development. Based on the analysis result, it could be seen that the most prioritize of Indonesian waqf development was on the education sector. Waqif tended to trust waqf institution which have been actively involved in the education sector. It showed that education sector was the most important sector in Indonesia. Beside education, the second important ranked sector was the health sector. Beside waqf development sector, analysis result found that priority of Indonesian development waqf was more to the cash waqf. It showed that the cash waqf was viewed to be more important to be developed in Indonesia because the waqf property was liquid (in cash money).


ANP, Indonesia Waqf, Waqf Development Sector


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