Young Author Prize

The Gerpisa Young Author's Prize has been created in 2013 to support and highlight outstanding contributions by young scholars to the works of the Gerpisa international network.

The Young Author’s Prize of GERPISA consists of the publication of the winning paper in a special issue of the International Journal of Automotive Management and Technology and a 1500 € reward. Giulio Calabrese (editor in chief of IJATM) and Tommaso Pardi (director of Gerpisa) co-organize the prize. The jury is composed by the International Steering Committee members of Gerpisa.

The conditions for submission are detailed in the yearly call for papers of the Gerpisa International Colloquium.

Past winners

Candidates for this year edition

Année Nom Titre
2019 Karsten Marhold, Universite Libre de Bruxelles Electric Vehicles in the 1970s: an uneasy alliance
2019 Evren Dincer, Bursa Uludag University Bursa Uludag University Turkey’s Domestic Car Brand Initiative: Chasing a Paradigm Shift in an Already Glutted Auto Industry
2019 Lidyane Stephane da Silva Barros, Universidade de São Paulo Public transport integration: a proposal for a single transit fare in Rio Janeiro city
2019 Mathilde Abel, Université Sorbonne nouvelle From Uber to local commuting platform: digital platforms at the center of a “theoretical representation crisis", case study of the mobility sector in France
2019 Raphael Lima, Fluminense Federal University Interfirms Governance in the automotive sector: a case study in southern Rio de Janeiro
2019 Guendalina Guendalina Anzolin, University of Urbino (Italy) Racing with (or without) the machine: Robot adoption and FDI driven transformation in the automotive industry
2019 Bruna Habib Cavazza, Federal University of Lavras Critical Success Factors for the insertion of Autonomous Vehicles as a Product Service System in a country
2019 Fabio ANTONIALLI, CentraleSupélec International Benchmark on Experimentations with Autonomous Shuttles for Collective Transport
2019 Armanda Cetrulo, Scuola superiore Sant'Anna Pisa From wage bargaining to the negotiation on “cognitive surplus value”: reflections on a laboratory for Industry 4.0 in Lamborghini.
2019 Alice Milor, Lettres Sorbonne Université Struggling Paradigms: the takeover of French suppliers by the Japanese firms (1980-1984)

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