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This article attempts to describe two academic problems. First, how the motives and behavior of Muslim traders in traditional markets. Second, how these motives and behaviors are related to the theorizing of Islamic Economics, especially in the theory of production. This field research is a qualitative-phenomenological approach, using a descriptive-verificative type. Data were obtained directly from traditional market traders in four markets, namely Pasar Anyar and Banjarsari (urban areas) anddoi:10.28918/jief.v2i2.5981 fatcat:nvdbuqbwfna4ngudskhq54msnm