This paper critically analysis accounting measurements from social and cultural values perspectives. By applying Hofstede (1980), Gray (1988), and Perera (1989) studies, first of all the study develop a theory to concern accounting values in a religious perception. Then Islam as a religion consider as a instance. Islamic compliance accounting measurement has developed in next stage to understand how the accounting value could be different from this viewpoint. A detail of those differences is portrayed to clearly understand with those accounting measurement are practicing in a called Western accounting measurement. The finding of the paper can be initially useful for considering in harmonization issues of accounting practices globally as well as a possible alternative for conservative accounting measurement.
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