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Fujimoto, T. (2001).  The Japanese automobile parts supplier system: the triplet of effective inter-firm routines. International Journal of Automotive Technology and Management. 1, 1-34. Abstract
Deffontaines, G. (2019).  Jeehoon KI - National strategies for the development of autonomous vehicles. A comparative analysis of Korea, Japan, France. Compte rendu de la journée du Gerpisa .
Jee-hoon KI
Fondation France-Japon de l'EHESS, France & KISTEP, Corée
 
Jee-hoon Ki is an associate research fellow at the Korea Institute of Science and Technology Evaluation and Planning (KISTEP), which is a government institute supporting the Korean Ministry of Science and ICT in terms of science and technology policy planning and evaluation of national R&D programs to name a few. Heholds a PhD in Economics at Seoul National University, Korea. 
His research focuses on industrial leadership shift from incumbent countries or firms to latecomers when a new techno-economic paradigm emerges. As the 2018 Renault Fellow at the Fondation France-Japon de l'EHESS, heis now staying in Paris and studying national strategies on autonomous vehicles in France, Japan, and Korea from a comparative perspective.
 
Collis, C., & Donnelly T. (2012).  Joint ventures and the development of the Chinese automotive industry. International Journal of Automotive Technology and Management. 12, 318-329. Abstract
Lepadatu, D., & Janoski T. (2018).  Just-in-time workforce? Temporary workers as a structural aspect of lean production in the US auto industry. International Journal of Automotive Technology and Management. 18, 160-177. Abstract

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