Dirasat: Administrative Sciences

Journal Homepage Image Dirasat is an international peer-refereed research journal published in seven specialized series by the Deanship of Academic Research, University of Jordan. Issues of Dirasat: Administrative Sciences are published bi-annually. Articles submitted are reviewed according to the highest standards by scientists specialized in their fields. The articles are written in Arabic or English.

Editorial Team:
Editor-in-Chief: Prof. Khaled M. Al-Fawares;
Assistant Editor-in-Chief: Dr. زيد مصطفى عيادات;
Editorial Secretary: Mrs. Aisha Alissa;

Current Issue: Vol 41, No 1 (2014)

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Table of Contents

Articles

The Impact of Employees' Readiness on Perceived E-Business Systems Service Quality, Users' Satisfaction, and Intention to Use: An Empirical Investigation in Jordanian Banks Listed in Amman Stock Exchange. PDF
Soud Mohammad Almahamid
The Impact of Amman Stock Exchange Activity on Investment in Jordan PDF
Mohammed Issa Shahateet, Saud Mousa Altayeb, Qusai Mohammad Altarawneh
The Role of Social Responsibility in Achieving Competitive Advantage Case Study: Zain Telecommunication Firm PDF
Mosa Qasim Qaryouti, Reyad Abdallah Al-Khawadah, Mazen Kamal Qteishat, Mohammad Falh Al-Hunity, Mohammad Atwah Al-Ma'aitah
The Rule of Budgeting As A Tool For Planning, Control and Expenses Rationalizing in Al-Balqa’ Province Municipalities -Field Study- PDF
Mahmoud Al-Weshah, Mohammed Alqa’m, Sulaiman Al-Weshah
Factors Affecting Administrative Delegation Case Study: Jordanian Ministries Centers PDF
Atef Awawdeh
Evaluation The Level of Information Technology Governance at Al-Taif University PDF
Mahmoud Al-Otaibi
Royal School of Governmental Studies: A Futuristic Look of Human Resources Management and Development in the Public Sector to Face Crises and the Challenges of the Prevailing Strategic Environment PDF
Reda Al-Btoush
Post-Privatization Performance of Jordanian Firms in Terms of Ownership Structure and Sector PDF
Lubna Natheer Oqdeh, Mohammad Abu Nassar
Testing the Requirements Availability for Disclosure and Transparency in Financial Reporting for Corporate Governance in Emerging Market Economies: The Case of Iraqi Listed Firms PDF
Majeed Abdulhussein H. Al-Maryani


ISSN: 1026-373x