Arab Journal of Administration المجلة العربية للإدارة


This study aimed at determining the impact of applying the bases or rules of managerial transparency which included: managerial procedures, information systems, communication systems, managerial responsibility, and employee’s participation in curbing the managerial corruption in Saudi financial corporations. To achieve the study objectives, the exploratory study was conducted reached to 15% of sample size, and there for six hypotheses were formulated. The study population consisted of all workers in Saudi financial corporations reached to 1350 in year of 2015. The sample size reached to 300, 297 were analyzed, and cluster random sample is used and distributed according to the data collected about workers in deferent levels of management: High, middle and low. The study concluded that there is a significant statistical impact of applying the bases of managerial transparency in curbing or anti- corrupting the managerial corruption in such Saudi financial corporations. All null hypotheses are accepted, and because of that the statistical impact of applying managerial transparency in curbing the managerial corruption has proved. The study found also that there are statistical differences in sample’s perceptions about the impact of the managerial transparency on the managerial corruption, and these differences refer to age, educational level, and occupational level. Finally, the study suggested some recommendations that encourage applying the managerial transparency in Saudi financial corporations, and in other corporations.