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Hildermeier, J., & Villareal A. (2011). Shaping an emerging market for electric cars: How politics in France and Germany transform the European automotive industry. European Review of Industrial Economics and Policy.
Schmitt, A., & Biesebroeck J. V. (2012). The persistent role of proximity in vertical relations: Evidence from the European car industry. Gerpisa colloquium 2012.
Alvarez, L., Castellanos J., Martín G. M. A., & Luisa G. M. (2010). Performance and perspective of the automotive industry in Mexico after the 2009 economic crisis. Gerpisa colloquium.
Havas, A. (2000). Local, regional and global production networks: re-integration of the Hungarian automotive industry. (von Hirschhausen, Christian, Bitzer, Jürgen, Ed.).The Globalization of Industry and Innovation in Eastern Europe: From Post-socialist Restructuring to International Competitiveness. 95-127.
Pavlinek, P. (2011). The Internationalization of Corporate R&D: Effects in the Automotive Industry of East-Central Europe. Gerpisa colloquium.
Balcet, G., & Ruet J. (2011). From Joint Ventures to National Champions or Global Players? Alliances and Technological Catching-up in Chinese and Indian Automotive Industries. European Review of Industrial Economics and Policy.
Amatucci, M., & Mariotto F. L. (2010). Differences between innovative automakers' strategies in Brazil. Gerpisa colloquium.
Havas, A. (2000). Changing Patterns of Inter- and Intra-Regional Division of Labour: Central Europe’s long and winding road, in: J. Humphrey, Y. Lecler, M. S. Salerno (eds): Global Strategies and Local Realities: The Auto Industry in Emerging Markets. Global Strategies and Local Realities: The Auto Industry in Emerging Markets. 234-262.
Pavlinek, P., & Zenka J. (2010). The 2008–2009 Automotive Industry Crisis and Regional Unemployment in Czechia. Gerpisa colloquium.
Pavlínek, P. (2012). The 2008-2009 automotive industry crisis: Global trends and firm-level effects in Central Europe. Gerpisa colloquium.
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