Social Responsibility of Commercial Banks in Iraq: A comparative study with some Egyptian commercial banks

Authors

  • Mohammed Araby Yase Imam Al-Kadhum College (IKC)
  • Riyadh Hassoon Jabbar Imam Al-Kadhum College (IKC)

DOI:

https://doi.org/10.55270/ijebs.v3i3.8

Keywords:

Central Bank, Commercial Banking, Social Responsibility.

Abstract

The latest report on the social responsibility of the Central Bank of Iraq pointed to many things, which are considered to be achievements of performance in this field such as: rationalization of printing, rationalization of electricity consumption, extinguishing lamps, participation in the book fair, prohibition of smoking inside the corridors of the bank, participation in the football championship and other things, although these works are carried out by individuals as individuals without claiming to achieve a certain achievement, let alone an institution such as the Central Bank,  When comparing this performance with the performance of some Egyptian commercial banks in this field, we see the superiority of the second in two respects: first, the institutional framework for this performance on both the supply and demand sides, and secondly, the existence of the vision, mission and goal with the order of priorities in the completion of works, and for the purpose of improving the performance of commercial banks in Iraq for their social responsibilities, some necessary reforms must be made in terms of finding the institutional framework and determining a vision, mission and goals to organize priorities.

Vol. 3 No. 3 (2022): VOLUME 3 ISSUE 3

Published

2022-11-14

How to Cite

Yase, M. A., & Jabbar, R. H. (2022). Social Responsibility of Commercial Banks in Iraq: A comparative study with some Egyptian commercial banks. Ishtar Journal of Economics and Business Studies, 3(3). https://doi.org/10.55270/ijebs.v3i3.8