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CSR and Governance Principles in Business Administration According to Deans of BA Schools Perspective: BA of Northern Border University as Case Study


Mahmoud Mohammad AL-Ajlouni1


Vol. 21  No. 12  pp. 219-222


The study shed the light on the information required by Governance Principles and Corporate Social Responsibilities of human resources department from the point deans’ perspectives of BA colleges during the discussion the publication of studies that academic members earlier submitted in many journals as authors of similar studies talking about business schools and CSR in Saudi Arabia universities. The study sample was the deans of business schools in northern border university and interviews were used to collect data. Findings showed that CSR in business colleges within an integrated set of research products in the human resource that he owns, support the mechanisms of social services from a purposeful pioneering and creative perspective. In addition, the success of business administration colleges in preparing these cadres depends on the college’s senior leadership represented by its dean and its administrative policy to motivate academic staff and students to develop the CSR and governance.


College of Business Administration, Human Resources, Governance, Social Responsibility, Saudi Universities.