The Effect of Application Islamic Monitoring Principle on the Performance of the Islamic Banks (Case Study: The Islamic Banks - Jordan)

Mohammad Farouq Al-Shboul


This study examines the impact of the application of the principle of Islamic censorship in the Jordanian Islamic banks, and the aim of this study was to investigate the role of censorship and its impact on the work and performance of these banks. This study used descriptive statistics method as applied analytical method study of a random sample on a sample of employees of banks subject of the study and who numbered (120) employees. The questionnaire was designed to collect data was also used statistical tests that are commensurate with the nature of the subject matter to reveal the source of the relationship between the variables of the study in order to reach accurate results and clear. The study concluded that organizational communication and legal regulation and software and the timing of the regulatory process followed her statistically significant relationship to the success of the implementation of the control of Islamic banks. One of the main recommendations of this study the use of communication in the control process, and the development of regulations and laws in order to be used as criteria for judgment, and use the control as a means to discover and correct errors and to encourage the principle of self-censorship among the employees.

Keywords: Islamic Banks, Islamic Monitoring Principle, the Central Bank of Jordan, computerized programs

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