A Critical Review of Accountability from the Islamic Perspective: Phenomena, Position, and Alignment of Methodology

Authors

  • Eny Zuhrotin Nasyi'ah Universitas Islam Malang
  • Iwan Triyuwono Brawijaya University
  • Ali Djamhuri Brawijaya University

Abstract

This study aimed to provide a critical review of currently developing conventional accountability. We hope to present an alternative Islamic perspective in viewing accountability. Accountability currently tends to be full of Materialistic, Egoistic, Secularistic, and Atheistic (MESA) traits contrary to Islamic principles. In Islam, accountability is perceived as reporting with no bad intention, such as deceits and manipulation. This study emphasized the phenomena of conventional accountability, how Islam perceives accountability, and research methods following the Islamic principles.

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Published

2022-08-01

How to Cite

Nasyi’ah, E. Z., Triyuwono, I. ., & Djamhuri, A. (2022). A Critical Review of Accountability from the Islamic Perspective: Phenomena, Position, and Alignment of Methodology. The International Journal of Accounting and Business Society, 30(2). Retrieved from https://ijabs.ub.ac.id/index.php/ijabs/article/view/652

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