Department: Department of Politics, History and the Brunel Law School
College: College of Business, Arts and Social Sciences
I started my PhD at Brunel Law School in November 2010, inherent with participating in some law activities, which led me to become involved as a member in many law societies.
My research focuses on the role of disclosure and transparency in enhancing corporate governance and its principles in Saudi Arabia. My thesis is also extended and highlighted on the issue of corporate governance in Saudi Arabia as the study will also be considering international standards of corporate governance to discover Saudi Arabia’s position in as far as compliance is concerned.
The state of corporate governance in other nations, namely the UK and the USA, in an attempt to draw comparison with that of Saudi Arabia; the comparison made includes the laws on governance in each of the nations. To examine the social factors that shape the state of corporate governance, the study also considers Sharia and its effects on the business environment in Saudi Arabia.