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Colas, S. (2015).  Compétences et industrie 4.0. Conférence "Quel travail dans l'usine du futur ?" 19-20 mars.  Téléchargement: Presentation_S._Colas.pdf (1.85 Mo)
Weiller, C., Shang T., Neely A., & Shi Y. (2015).  Competing and co-existing business models for EV: Lessons from international case studies. International Journal of Automotive Technology and Management. 15, 126-148. Abstract
Rhys, D. G. (2005).  Competition in the auto sector: The impact of the interface between supply and demand. International Journal of Automotive Technology and Management. 5, 261-283. Abstract
Debonneuil, M., & Fontagné L. (2003).  Compétitivité. Abstract  Téléchargement: Rapport (1.69 Mo)
Zilbovicius, M., Marx R., & Salerno M. S. (2002).  A comprehensive study of the transformation of the Brazilian automotive industry. International Journal of Automotive Technology and Management. 2, 10-23. Abstract
Eshraqi, S., & Eshraqi S. (2019).  The concept supply chain technological capability in case of new product development process. International Journal of Automotive Technology and Management. 19, 125-143. Abstract
Lung, Y., & Amable B. (2008).  Conclusion: No European Model is Emerging. Variety of Capitalism and Diversity of Productive Models: Main Conclusions of the Gerpisa Research Programme. 41, 97-105.
Klonowski, D. (2008).  The consolidation of the automotive parts aftermarket sector in transitioning economies: The case of Poland. International Journal of Automotive Technology and Management. 8, 90-104. Abstract
Kim, Y., Jeong G., Ahn J., & Lee J. - D. (2007).  Consumer preferences for alternative fuel vehicles in South Korea. International Journal of Automotive Technology and Management. 7, 327-342. Abstract
Homer, G., & Thompson D. (2001).  The contribution of internet technology in achieving lean management within British automotive supply chains. International Journal of Automotive Technology and Management. 1, 369-378. Abstract
Pinto, G. A., García A. A., & Guevara S. (2018).  Convergences and divergences in the historical experience of the automotive industry in Argentina, Brazil and Mexico. 26th Gerpisa International Colloquium - Theme 5 Public policies - national and regional clusters: between path dependency/inertia and structural change (Sigfrido Ramirez, Bruno Jetin). Abstract
Nadin, G. (2009).  Coopetition as a way to reinterpret distribution relationships with emerging automotive dealer groups. International Journal of Automotive Technology and Management. 9, 316-333. Abstract
Lung, Y., & Lung Y. (2001).  The coordination of competencies and knowledge: a critical issue for regional automotive systems. International Journal of Automotive Technology and Management. 1, 108-127. Abstract

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