Structuring new automotive industries, restructuring old automotive industries and the new geopolitics of the global automotive sector

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Type de publication:

Conference Paper

Source:

Gerpisa colloquium, Paris (2012)

Résumé:

The right question for us is to translate this too general topic in research questions that can help us clarifying what structural changes are taking place:
  • Within this industry
  • In terms of balance of power
  • Between different world regions
  • Between different firms
  • Between different parts of the value chain
In terms of characteristics or definition of the industry
  • What products ?
  • For which clients ?
  • With which technologies ?
  • Between this industry and the rest of the economies

To draw the main trends identified by the previous program’s works and by the papers presented in Krakow

  • Through the traditional GERPISA’s “trichotomy” between
  • Product policies
  • Productive organization
  • Employment relationship
By adding a more explicit political dimension, intended as the place where the actors search/produce an emerging and problematic coherence
  • Between supply side and demand side answers given to the main questions risen by the global restructuring/structuring process
  • Between global and local trends
To propose a set of hypothesis and research questions to structure a collective work for the next four years

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Concéption Tommaso Pardi
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