Islamic Accounting

Islamic Accounting

Elgar Research Reviews in Business

Christopher Napier and Roszaini Haniffa

This research review presents the most significant English language contributions to the literature on Islamic accounting. Including more than thirty articles by some of the most important authors in the area, the review covers six major themes: the conceptual framework, accounting ethics and social responsibility, corporate reporting, accounting practice and zakat, auditing and the Islamic history of accounting.

About this Research Review

Christopher Napier and Roszaini Haniffa

Subjects: economics and finance, international accounting, islamic economics and finance, politics and public policy, islamic studies

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