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Maroc gouvernance finance et développement
[Morocco governance finance and economic development]

  • Jellal, Mohamed
  • Bouzahzah, Mohamed

The purpose of preliminary is to present a broad agenda of theoretical and empirical modeling about the fundamental links between the quality of governance, financial development and economic development. The main theoretical predictions and evidence are of a large importance in terms of economic policy for Morocco , a country in transition.

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