Highlighting the Links Between Islamic Accounting and the Cash Waqf

  • Oluwaseun Sulaiman Saidu Servitude Consulting, United Kingdom

Abstract

The paper explores and ultimately highlights the link between the two concepts via a diachronic approach, tracing the Islamic institution of the cash waqf and its book keeping activities thereby garnering sufficient evidence to conclude that  the Islamic Accounting is in fact an old concept as it has been used in the accounting for cash waqf in the Ottoman times and in relatively recent times. Implication wise, understanding the accountability rudiments relative to Islamic institutions would go a long way in bolstering these institutions and ensuring their survival intergeneration ally.

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Published
2019-11-10
How to Cite
SAIDU, Oluwaseun Sulaiman. Highlighting the Links Between Islamic Accounting and the Cash Waqf. International Journal of Islamic Business and Economics (IJIBEC), [S.l.], v. 3, n. 2, p. 146-155, nov. 2019. ISSN 2615-420X. Available at: <http://e-journal.iainpekalongan.ac.id/index.php/IJIBEC/article/view/1404>. Date accessed: 30 may 2020. doi: https://doi.org/10.28918/ijibec.v3i2.1404.