This study aims to examine the relationship between demand for Islamic life insurance and economic growth in Indonesia. Density of insurance is used to measure the demand for Islamic life insurance. While economic growth is measured using gross domestic product. The data used is time series data for 15 years for the period 2002-2017. The analytical method used is linear regression. The findings show that there is a significant positive relationship between demand for Islamic life insurance and economic growth at the level of alpha of 5%.
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