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Objective - Most scholars agree that Islamic accounting should incorporate Al-Quran and Hadith, but they have different perspectives relating to how far accounting to be Islamized. Therefore, this study aims to map the Islamization of accounting based on different approaches and describe the gaps and opportunities of developing Islamic accounting theory. Methods - This study uses meta-aggregation consisting of scoping the focus, selecting previous studies, identifying the data, synthesizing thedoi:10.18502/kss.v4i9.7341 fatcat:nnl4snom3nhmjkqkfbwvfce47e