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Comptabilité et violence sociale : Un exemple égyptien

Abstract : Previously colonised countries often have adopted professional models and economic governance institutions inspired by the colonizing power. After independance, most newly independant states have followed new public policies characterized by strong state intervention and state control. The accounting profession was replaced by bodies of civil servants working in state control agencies. Structural adjustment and opening markets have later implied, reversely, the rebirth of a liberal accounting profession. Egypt is an interesting case of such evolutions, which resulted in a renewed socio-economic violence and a new and unexpected type of socio-professional conflict.
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Elisabeth Longuenesse. Comptabilité et violence sociale : Un exemple égyptien. M. Benedetto-Meyer, S. Maugeri, J.-L. Metzger (dir.). L'emprise de la gestion, La société au risque des violences gestionnaires,, L'Harmattan, 314 p., 2011, Logiques sociales. ⟨halshs-00625554⟩



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