Global Journal of Economics and Business

Volume 1 - Issue 1 (2) | PP: 15 - 28 Language : العربية
DOI : 10.12816/0035276
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The availability of the elements of the application of the principles of corporate governance issued by the Organization for Economic CooperationAnd Development (OECD) in Libyan banks

Emad M. Abu Agila
Received Date Revised Date Accepted Date Publication Date
12/5/2016 15/6/2016 20/7/2016 25/8/2016
Abstract
This study aimed to identify the reality of Libyan banks and the availability of the elements of the application of the principles of corporate governance pop the Organization for Development and Economic Cooperation (OECD) inside. The study sample consisted in the number of (8) results from banks , the most important that the ingredients are available applying the principles of corporate governance issued by the Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development (OECD) in Libyan banks . The study also recommended a set of recommendations was the most important , the need to establish a center for corporate governance concerned with spreading culture to the application of the principles of corporate governance issued by the economic and Development cooperation (OECD). In addition to the development of written evidence of the special corporate governance in banks is derived from those principles in parallel and integration with existing systems , such as the statute and rules of procedure and environmental factors and subjective characteristic of the bank .


How To Cite This Article
Abu Agila , E. M. (2016). The availability of the elements of the application of the principles of corporate governance issued by the Organization for Economic CooperationAnd Development (OECD) in Libyan banks . Global Journal of Economics and Business, 1 (1), 15-28, 10.12816/0035276

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