International Journal of Automotive Technology and Management / IJATM

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(publié trimestriellement, en anglais, par Inderscience Enterprises Limited)

IJATM est une source d'information fiable et référencée dans le domaine de la technologie automobile, de la gestion automobile et des disciplines connexes. Il vise également à établir des canaux de communication entre les décideurs politiques, les cadres de l'industrie automobile, les équipementiers et les fournisseurs, ainsi que les experts universitaires et du monde des affaires dans ce domaine.

IJATM publie chaque année un numéro spécial avec une sélection d'articles du Colloque international annuel de Gerpisa. Plusieurs membres du steering committee du Gerpisa siègent au comité de rédaction d'IJATM et ont été rédacteurs invités de numéros spéciaux.

Comité de rédaction

Soumission d'articles


International Journal of Automotive Technology and Management
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Volume: 2

  1. Zhang, D., & Swamidass P. M. (2002), New technology introduction and application in the Chinese automotive industry: an overview and a case study, 2 (3-4) , pp. 363-377
  2. Haque, B., & Moore M. J. (2002), Characteristics of lean product introduction, 2 (3-4) , pp. 378-401
  3. Chanaron, J. - J. (2002), Rationale and future of business-to-business in the automotive industry, 2 (2) , pp. 130-158
  4. Nakayama, Y. (2002), The impact of e-commerce and its implications in the automobile industry: a social welfare approach, 2 (2) , pp. 159-176
  5. Cornette, G., & Pontier S. (2002), Transactional marketing versus relationship marketing: the US automobile market evolution, 2 (2) , pp. 177-189
  6. Morita, M., & Nishimura K. G. (2002), Alienation in the internet society: changes in car buyer attitudes in the Japanese automobile industry, 2 (2) , pp. 190-205
  7. Nishimura, K. G., & Morita M. (2002), Information technology and automobile distribution: a comparative study of Japan and the USA, 2 (2) , pp. 206-237
  8. Zilbovicius, M., Marx R., & Salerno M. S. (2002), A comprehensive study of the transformation of the Brazilian automotive industry, 2 (1) , pp. 10-23
  9. Riemens, W. (2002), Structural changes in the automotive industry in Australia: a review of user-producer relationships, 2 (1) , pp. 101-125
  10. Midler, C., Neffa P., & Monnet J. - C. (2002), Globalising the firm through cooperative projects: the case of Renault, 2 (1) , pp. 24-45
  11. Pires, S. R. I. (2002), New productive systems in the automotive industry: the current situation of three innovative plants in Brazil, 2 (1) , pp. 46-62
  12. Segrestin, B., Lefebvre P., & Weil B. (2002), The role of design regimes in the coordination of competencies and the conditions for inter-firm cooperation, 2 (1) , pp. 63-83
  13. Brandão Moniz, A., Krings B. - J., Van Hootegem G., & Huys R. (2002), Technological practices in the European auto industry: exploring cases from Belgium, Germany and Portugal, 2 (1) , pp. 84-100

Volume: 1

  1. Takeishi, A., & Fujimoto T. (2001), Modularisation in the auto industry: interlinked multiple hierarchies of product, production and supplier systems, 1 (4) , pp. 379-396
  2. Bianchi, R., Enrietti A., & Lanzetti R. (2001), The technological car district in Piedmont: definitions, dynamic, policy, 1 (4) , pp. 397-415
  3. Mirchandani, D., & Motwani J. (2001), End-user perceptions of ERP systems: a case study of an international automotive supplier, 1 (4) , pp. 416-424
  4. Lorenzi, S., & Di Lello A. (2001), Product modularity theory and practice: the benefits and difficulties in implementation within a company, 1 (4) , pp. 425-448
  5. Follis, M., & Enrietti A. (2001), Improving performances at the second tier of the automotive supply chain: a draft case study of an innovative initiative in the Italian car industry, 1 (4) , pp. 449-458
  6. Vaglio, P. (2001), Interdependence innovation - profitability and productivity performance in the second level automotive suppliers, 1 (4) , pp. 459-470
  7. Calabrese, G. (2001), Innovation capabilities in small-medium autocomponents: evidence from Italy, 1 (4) , pp. 471-489
  8. Anderson, J., Anderson J., & Oliver N. (2001), Collaborative new product development in a multi-customer context: Challenges for Western auto component suppliers, 1 (2-3) , pp. 169-182
  9. Donada, C. (2001), Co-development partnerships: consequences for car suppliers, 1 (2-3) , pp. 183-195
  10. Story, V., Smith G., & Callow G. (2001), Characteristics of successful new product development: findings from a survey of UK automotive component suppliers, 1 (2-3) , pp. 196-216
  11. Batchelor, J., Bates H., & Croom S. (2001), Retaining architectural knowledge within automotive design chains, 1 (2-3) , pp. 217-235
  12. Garel, G., & Midler C. (2001), Front-loading problem solving in co-development: managing the contractual, organizational and cognitive dimensions, 1 (2-3) , pp. 236-251
  13. Söderquist, K. E., Chanaron J. - J., & Birchall D. (2001), Automotive components suppliers facing the learning challenge, 1 (2-3) , pp. 252-268
  14. Midler, C., & Lenfle S. (2001), Innovation-based competition and the dynamics of design in upstream suppliers, 1 (2-3) , pp. 269-286
  15. González-Benito, J. (2001), Barriers to the involvement of suppliers in design and product development: evidence in the Spanish auto components industry, 1 (2-3) , pp. 287-300
  16. Caputo, M., & Zirpoli F. (2001), A new organization for supplier involvement in vehicle design: the Italian automotive industry case, 1 (2-3) , pp. 301-320
  17. Zambrano, R., & Pagliarulo V. (2001), New design methodologies and supplier partnership: impacts on Vehicle Development Process (VDP), 1 (2-3) , pp. 321-334
  18. Rachid, A. (2001), Relations between small and large auto parts manufacturers in Brazil, 1 (2-3) , pp. 335-346
  19. Chung, M. - K. (2001), The expanding buyer-supplier partnership for product and process technology development in the Korean automobile industry, 1 (2-3) , pp. 347-357
  20. Chanaron, J. - J. (2001), Innovating in intelligent automobile transportation: towards an industry-wide consortium?, 1 (2-3) , pp. 358-368
  21. Homer, G., & Thompson D. (2001), The contribution of internet technology in achieving lean management within British automotive supply chains, 1 (2-3) , pp. 369-378
  22. Fujimoto, T. (2001), The Japanese automobile parts supplier system: the triplet of effective inter-firm routines, 1 (1) , pp. 1-34
  23. Lung, Y., & Lung Y. (2001), The coordination of competencies and knowledge: a critical issue for regional automotive systems, 1 (1) , pp. 108-127
  24. Chanaron, J. - J. (2001), Implementing technological and organizational innovations and management of core competencies: lessons from the automotive industry, 1 (1) , pp. 128-144
  25. Calabrese, G. (2001), R&D globalization in the car industry, 1 (1) , pp. 145-159
  26. Karlsson, C., & Weimarck M. (2001), Do the sourcing strategies of automotive firms really support corporate objectives?, 1 (1) , pp. 35-52
  27. Oliver, N., Ikeda M., Nakagawa Y., & Primost D. (2001), Trends in production and product development in the Japanese automotive industry, 1 (1) , pp. 53-60
  28. Jürgens, U. (2001), Approaches towards integrating suppliers in simultaneous engineering activities: the case of two German automakers, 1 (1) , pp. 61-77
  29. Birchall, D. W., Tovstiga G., & Chanaron J. - J. (2001), Capabilities in strategic knowledge sourcing and assimilation: a new look at innovation in the automotive industry, 1 (1) , pp. 78-91
  30. Salerno, M. S. (2001), The characteristics and the role of modularity in the automotive business, 1 (1) , pp. 92-107

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