A System-Structural View of Relationship Marketing Analysis

  • Ahmed Beloucif


The aim of this paper is to produce a theoretical framework of relationship marketing analysis from a system perspective. Based on the previous work (Beloucif, 1995), it is an attempt to identify the major dimensions of auditor-client relationship.


Stock Exchange Audit Committee Audit Firm Outcome Dimension Audit Opinion 
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Authors and Affiliations

  • Ahmed Beloucif
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  1. 1.Aberdeen Business SchoolThe Robert Gordon UniversityAberdeenScotland

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