Emergence d’une profession comptable libérale : le cas du Maroc
The purpose of this article is to study the birth and the evolution of accountancy profession and bodies in Morocco. The results show that accountants attempt to monopolize the market for accounting and audit services. National and historical specificities are highlighted.
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