Rania Echrigui, Adil Moghar, Mhamed Hamiche


This study explains the relationship between the Moroccan automotive industry, employment and gross domestic product GDP, for this reason, a literature review on the subject was conducted, which allowed us to understand the relationship between all variables. After the analysis, the results show that the variables integration order allowed us to apply the error correction model (ECM), in fact, this model confirmed the relationships between the variables, and showed that the automotive industry in Morocco has a significant positive impact on employment and GDP.

JEL: L60; L62

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