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Salerno, M. S., & Arbix G. (2010). Economic growth, social development and crisis management: recent evolution of the auto industry in Brazil. Gerpisa colloquium.
Salles, J. A. A., Vanalle R. M., & Vieira Junior M. (2010). First tier suppliers and automobile manufacturers’ relationships in Brazil.. Gerpisa colloquium.
Sauer, S., & Pfeiffer S. (2012). Making distributed R&D work – Internationalization of Teamwork in R&D-Teams and its formal and informal aspects. Gerpisa colloquium.
Scepanovic, V. (2012). (Re)producing competitive advantage: workforce skills and automobile multinationals in East Central Europe. Gerpisa colloquium.
Scepanovic, V. (2011). Institutional configurations and industrial dynamics in the Central and East European automotive sector . Gerpisa colloquium.
Scheuplein, C. (2012). Buyout-deals and the restructuring of employment relationships in the German automotive supplier industry. Gerpisa colloquium.
Schmiede, R., & Will-Zocholl M. (2011). Engineers' work on the move. challenges in automobile engineering in a globalized world. Engineering Studies. 2(3),
Schmitt, A., & Biesebroeck J. V. (2012). The persistent role of proximity in vertical relations: Evidence from the European car industry. Gerpisa colloquium 2012.
Schmitt, A. (2014). Enduring supply relationships and technological change in the automotive industry. Gerpisa colloquium.
Schuh, G., Kuhlmann K., Pitsch M., & Komorek N. (2013). Tool and Die Making: Cooperation in Automotive Value Creation Networks. Gerpisa colloquium.
Shimada, K. (2014). Testing the Causality among Gasoline Demand, Price, and Regional Income in Japan. Gerpisa colloquium.
Shimizu, K. (2014). The Strategic Behavior of Japanese Carmakers and its Impact on Employment. Gerpisa colloquium.
Shintaku, J., Kobayashi M., Park Y. W., & Tomino T. (2014). Global supply chain management for responding to diverse markets: Case study of Toyota. Gerpisa colloquium.
Shioji, H. (2012). Competitiveness of the Japanese, Korean, and Chinese Automobile Industries. Gerpisa colloquium.
Shioji, H. (2011). Which Segment is the biggest Sales Zone in Chinese Automobile Market?. Gerpisa colloquium.
Siebenhüter, S., & Meyer T. (2011). Electric Mobility and Improving Flexibility: Industrial Transformation Process Analysed by the Example of the Bavarian Automobile Region Ingolstadt. Industrielle Beziehungen. 18(electric mobility, flexibility, work organization, labor market policy, Audi),
Sivini, G. (2012). Chrysler, storia di finanza e di sfruttamento operaio. Inchiesta. 2012(175),
Smith, A. (2009). The EU government of international trade: Towards a research agenda. Gedi Working Papers.
Souza, I. O. F., & de Mello A. M. (2014). Innovative developments in the Brazilian automotive industry. Gerpisa colloquium.
Staeblein, T., Aoki K., & Tomino T. (2011). External product variety in the automotive industry: An empirical analysis of German and Japanese OEM operations. Gerpisa colloquium.
Staples, A. (2010). Greening the value chain: building competitive advantage through sustainability.. Gerpisa colloquium.
Starostenkova, E. (2011). The demand for cars in Russia: before and after recession. Gerpisa colloquium.