TUAH SEBAGAI SARANA PENGEMBANGAN ETIKA PENGELOLA KEUANGAN NEGARA

Bobby Briando, Muhamad Ali Embi, Iwan Triyuwono, Gugus Irianto

Abstract


Abstrak: Tuah sebagai Sarana Pengembangan Etika Pengelola Keuangan Negara. Artikel ini berupaya untuk membangun konsep pribadi beruntung bagi pengelola keuangan negara dengan menggunakan budaya Melayu. Penelitian ini menggunakan desain penelitian spritiualis untuk membangun pribadi pengelola keuangan negara yang bertuah. Hasil penelitian menunjukkan bahwa pribadi bertuah berorientasi pada kesadaran tertinggi manusia, yaitu takwa (memiliki tujuan akhir kembali kepada Tuhan dengan jiwa yang suci dan tenang). Selain itu, penulis juga menawarkan etika profetik sebagai solusi dalam membangun etika pengelola keuangan negara yang selama ini dibangun hanya berdasar pada aspek material.

 

Abstract: Luck as the Ethical Foundation for State Financial Manager. This research seeks to build a personal concept of fortune for state financial managers using Malay culture. This research uses a spiritualist research design to build a person of a successful state financial manager. The results show that the person with luck is oriented towards the highest human consciousness, namely piety (having the ultimate goal of returning to God with a holy and calm soul). In addition, the authors also offer prophetic ethics as a solution to build state financial manager ethics which has been built based only on material aspects.


Keywords


akuntan; etika; profetik; takwa

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