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Les spécificités de la gestion des résultats des entreprises tunisiennes à travers une analyse qualitative

  • Sarra Elleuch Hamza

    (ISCAE de Tunis - ISCAE)

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    L'objectif de cet article est de comprendre les raisons qui poussent les entreprises tunisiennes à gérer leurs résultats même en présence de réglementation de plus en plus stricte et d'examiner les différentes pratiques utilisées à cette fin. En suivant une démarche qualitative basée sur les entretiens et l'analyse des documents comptables, il s'est avéré que le souci le plus important pour les sociétés non cotées est la minimisation de l'impôt. Alors que les sociétés cotées gèrent leurs résultats pour éviter les pertes ou pour maintenir leurs résultats. Pour ce faire, les entreprises tunisiennes ne profitent pas uniquement de la flexibilité des règles et méthodes comptables mais recourent aussi à des transactions intragroupes et prennent des décisions opérationnelles.

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    Date of creation: May 2008
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    Publication status: Published - Presented, LA COMPTABILITE, LE CONTRÔLE ET L'AUDIT ENTRE CHANGEMENT ET STABILITE, 2008, France
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