Gerpisa conference papers


  • Only papers from conferences from 2010 onwards are available for the moment. Papers from previous conferences will be added progressively.
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    1. Abel, M. (2019). From Uber to local commuting platform: digital platforms at the center of a “theoretical representation crisis", case study of the mobility sector in France
    2. Acerbi, B., Alboni F., Kern J., & Russo M. (2022). What can we see at the dog and pony show? Understanding actors in the EV market based on exhibitor patterns at the largest battery trade shows
    3. Achim, K., Burggraef P., Bickert S., & Bognar N. (2013). Take a Pedelec: Assessing framework conditions for a successful implementation of public sharing systems with pedal electric cycles in urban areas
    4. Akabane, J., Yamamoto H., Tsuchiya Y., Inoue R., & Zhuang Y. (2016). An Experimental Study on the Evolutionary Paths and Development of Capabilities of Local Asian Second Tier Automotive Parts Suppliers-
    5. Akabane, J., Tsuchiya Y., Inoue R., & Yamamoto H. (2014). Study on innovation capability of Asian local manufacturing firms
    6. Akabane, J., Yamamoto H., Tsuchiya Y., Inoue R., & Yang Z. (2016). An Experimental Study on the Evolutionary Paths and Development of Capabilities of Local Asian Second Tier Automotive Parts Suppliers
    7. Akiyama, T., Higashi H., & Minami S. (2017). The social experimentation and policy proposal for the ride sharing services in Japan
    8. Alex, C. (2013). Late motorization and sprawl cities in Latin America: Concepts and tendencies
    9. Alochet, M. (2020). Are Chinese regulations shaping the global deployment of the EVs industry?
    10. Alochet, M. (2021). Automobile industry, towards an electric autonomous mobility service industry? A sociotechnical transition-based approach
    11. Alochet, M., & Midler C. (2019). How is the emerging e-traction value chain shaped by EV scale-up?
    12. Alochet, M., & Midler C. (2019). EV Scale Up, from Product Modularity to Mobility Versatility
    13. Alvarez, M. L., & Ramos R. M. (2012). Automotive industry in Mexico: development technological path and upgrading
    14. Alvarez, L., & García F. (2011). China and México: competition for the United State automobile Market
    15. Alvarez, L., Castellanos J., Martín G. M. A., & Luisa G. M. (2010). Performance and perspective of the automotive industry in Mexico after the 2009 economic crisis
    16. Alvarez, M. M. L. (2013). Automobile distribution networks in Mexico: a macro-environmental analysis (2005-2012)
    17. Alvarez, L. (2022). USMCA and electrification: How carmakers adapt production in Mexico to the new requirements.
    18. Alvarez, L. (2011). The demand of automobiles in Mexico after the economic crisis
    19. Alvarez, L., & Carrillo J. (2016). Restructuring and going out of the crisis: the automotive industry in the NAFTA Region (2007 - 2015)
    20. Alvarez, L. (2021). The automotive industry in Mexico: between the new United States-Mexico-Canada free trade agreement and the impact of the covid19 crisis
    21. Álvarez, L., & Marquína L. (2018). Trends in advanced manufacturing innovation policy in Mexico. The automotive consortium CITTA.
    22. Alvarez, L., Carrillo J., & Micheli J. (2014). Restructuring the automobile industry in the NAFTA region after the 2008 economic crisis
    23. Álvarez, L., & Negrete V. (2020). Automotive clusters and industry 4.0 in Mexico
    24. Amatucci, M. (2010). Gaining competences for innovation: differences between first movers and late movers in the Brazilian automotive industry
    25. Amatucci, M., & Mariotto F. L. (2010). Differences between innovative automakers' strategies in Brazil
    26. Amatucci, M. (2013). The World that Chose the Machine: an evolutionary view of the technological race in the automobile history
    27. Amatucci, M., & Franco E. (2015). Implications of the ICE history to innovation field
    28. Amatucci, M., Veranise Jacubowski Correia Dubeux, & de Esteves F. S. (2014). Instrumental, Symbolic and affective motives for car use in urban centres of Sao Paulo and Rio de Janeiro
    29. Amatucci, M. (2012). Brazilian flex fuel lessons to hybrid vehicles: a bridge too far?
    30. Amatucci, M., & Spers E. E. (2011). Institutions, Technological and Commercial Innovations in the Brazilian Ethanol Industry
    31. Amatucci, M., Tanaka H., & Byosiere P. (2015). A Social-constructionist Comparative Study of Instrumental, Symbolic and Affective motives of car use in young urban drivers in Sao Paulo and Kyoto
    32. Amighini, A., Balcet G., & Richet X. (2015). FDI and Multinational Networks in the Balkan Region: the Case of the Automotive Industry
    33. Amighini, A. (2011). The international expansion of Chinese auto producers: typology and trends
    34. Anable, J., & Hall S. (2017). The bundling of electricity and mobility services: consumer engagement with new business models
    35. Andrade, R. M., & Ibusuki U. (2021). Innovation Policy of the Brazilian Automotive Industry: a comparison with Germany
    36. Antonialli, F. (2019). International Benchmark on Experimentations with Autonomous Shuttles for Collective Transport
    37. Antonialli, F., Mira-Bonnardel S., & Attias D. (2022). Designing and implementing urban mobility projects: a study of the relations between urban policy makers and citizens in the context of post pandemic and climate change
    38. Antonialli, F., Cavazza B. H., Gandia R. M., Sugano J. Y., Zambalde A. L., Nicolaï I., et al. (2018). Product-Service System for Autonomous Vehicles: a preliminary typology studies
    39. Anzolin, G. (2021). Robotisation in the automotive sector: a study on the drivers for automation
    40. Anzolin, G. (2022). Technological upgrade along GVCs in the digital era: the case of the automotive sector in South Africa
    41. Anzolin, G., Andreoni A., & Zanfei A. (2019). Racing with (or without) the machine: Robot adoption and FDI driven transformation in the automotive industry
    42. Arriola, E., & Carrillo J. (2022). Knowledge vs adaptation: The Industry 4.0 in the case of auto parts in Baja California and Chihuahua, Mexico
    43. Arteaga-García, A., Marcial-Flores A., & Ortiz-Velásquez S. (2019). China in the automotive industry in Mexico: perspectives and challenges in the transition from NAFTA to USMCA
    44. Arteaga-García, A., Flores A. M., & Ramos C. H. (2016). Unionims, labor relations and the financial earnings.
    45. Asazuma, Y., Okamoto K., & Togawa K. (2019). Current Status and Problems of Japanese Automobile Recycling System
    46. Assis, F. S. (2018). Technological domain in the automotive sector: analysis of the relational structure of patents for electric vehicles
    47. Attias, D., & Mira-Bonnardel S. (2018). The autonomous vehicule: disrupting business models embedded in the smart city's revolution
    48. Augenstein, K. (2012). E-Mobility as a System Innovation - An Analytical Framework
    49. Avadikyan (2014). Science based entrepreneurship through the lens of sectoral and national innovation systems: French academic start-ups developing hydrogen and fuel cell technologies
    50. Baba, T. (2021). How Brazilian Die/mold Cluster Birth and Progress: Joinville Mechanism
    51. Baba, T. (2022). The Impacts of the COVID-19 Pandemic on Automobile Production and the Global Value Chain of Automotive Parts
    52. Baba, T. (2018). Progress of the dies and molds industry and the role of the German immigration network in Brazil: Case studies in ABC districts in Sao Paulo, Resende, and Joinville
    53. Baba, T. (2015). The Comparative Study of International Competitiveness and Interdependence of Automobile Parts in Japan, China and Korea
    54. Baba, T. (2019). How Brazilian international competitiveness changed after the Inovar-Auto policy: comparison of the international competitiveness of auto-parts in Brazil with other countries
    55. Baba, T. (2022). The Impacts of the COVID-19 Pandemic on Automobile Production and the Global Value Chain of Automotive Parts
    56. Baba, T. (2016). Developing Model of Auto Parts in Emerging Economies: Comparative Analysis of the International Competitiveness of Auto Parts in Mexico, Brazil and India from 1990 to 2014
    57. Baba, T. (2017). Restarting of an automobile industry in East African Countries: Conditions to invite foreign OEM and case studies in Kenya, Tanzania and Uganda
    58. Baba, T. (2020). Changes in the Auto Parts Global Value Chain between 2000 and 2018
    59. Bagno, R. B., Salerno M. S., Neto J. A., & da Silva D. O. (2012). Innovation and technological competence building in Brazilian automotive industry subsidiaries from the perspective of inter-organizational networks
    60. Bagno, R. B., Dias A. V. C., Pereira M. C., de Souza T. L. M., & Bachour M. C. (2011). Consolidating technological capabilities in mature Brazilian automotive subsidiaries: from local creativity to global institutionalization… and beyond?
    61. Bainée, J. (2012). Véhicule électrique et approche modulaire : Logique de recentrage ou stratégie d’internalisation ?
    62. Bainée, J., & Le Goff R. (2015). The « augmented marcket » of energy, transports et digital industries : the example of the extended electric mobility operators
    63. Balcet, G., Richet X., & Wang H. (2011). Geely: a trajectory of catching up and multinational growth
    64. Balcet, G., & Ietto-Gillies G. (2019). Internationalization, outsourcing and labour fragmentation. The case of FIAT
    65. Balcet, G. (2012). Fiat as a Multinational: Strategies and Performances
    66. Balcet, G., Wang H., & Richet X. (2014). The post-acquisition of Volvo by Zhejiang Geely: Technological catching up, asset-seeking strategies and impact
    67. Balcet, G. (2012). Technological Catching up and Multinational Growth: Indian and Chinese Carmakers Compared
    68. Baraldi, E. C., & Kaminski P. C. (2019). The recall and how the lessons learned can be used
    69. Barassa, E., & Consoni F. L. (2015). The evolution of electric vehicle in 21 century: patent data as indicators of technological development
    70. Barassa, E., Bermudez T., Martínez J., Consoni F., & de Oliveira Filho A. A. (2017). Technological capabilities for Electric Vehicles: A study focused on Brazilian automotive industry
    71. Barassa, E., Buitrago J. M., & Consoni F. (2019). Electric Vehicles Technology Roadmap for the Brazilian industry
    72. Barassa, E., & Consoni F. (2016). Potential development of electric vehicles production and market in Brazil: a discussion focused on automotive and electric sector strategies
    73. Barnes, J., & Black A. (2011). Multinational strategy, industrial policy and local capability: A comparison of automotive industry development in South Africa and Thailand
    74. Barnes, T. (2014). The Role of Labour Contractors in the Auto Industry: Evidence from India's National Capital Region
    75. Barnes, J., & Black A. (2017). Developing a Masterplan for the South African automotive industry in the conxtext of disruptive GVC drivers: Lessons for second tier automtotive economies
    76. da Barros, L. S. S., & Marx R. (2018). Electric car-sharing: uncertainty analysis in public initiatives of urban mobility
    77. Baumann, M., Boavida N., Moniz A., Reichenbach M., Schippl J., Zimmermann B., et al. (2015). Technology transition pathways towards electric mobility: the reconfiguration of stakeholder networks
    78. Beccaro, W., Rodrigues D. B. R., & Peres H. E. M. (2018). New Trends in Automobile Fuel Analysis Sensors
    79. Becker-Ritterspach, F., & Bruche G. (2010). Tata Motors and the Financial Crisis
    80. Begley, J., Donnelly T., Collis C., Jarvis D., & Berkeley N. (2011). UK national policy and the development of the Low Carbon Vehicle Sector
    81. Begley, J., Donnelly T., & Collis C. (2010). Preparing for the advent of low carbon motoring in small, open economies
    82. Begley, J., & Berkeley N. (2013). The global development of the Low Carbon Vehicle sector and policy priorities: A comparative approach
    83. Belli, H. C., Pizzinatto N. K., Pizzinatto A. K., & Giuliani A. C. (2018). Green marketing in the automotive sector: a comparative study in national and international research
    84. Belzowski, B. (2010). Chrysler's Re-invention: The Fiat Way
    85. Belzowski, B. (2016). Powertrain Strategies for the 21st Century 2014-2015 Survey Results
    86. Belzowski, B. (2013). Powertrain Strategies for the 21st Century: North American Industry Challenges for the 2016-2025 Timeframe
    87. Belzowski, B., & McManus W. (2011). Alternative powertrain strategies and fleet turnover in the 21st century
    88. Belzowski, B. (2018). Understanding New Vehicle Buyers in the Age of New Mobility
    89. Belzowski, B. (2012). Total Cost of Ownership Comparison of Gasoline, Hybrid, and Diesel Vehicles
    90. Belzowski, B. (2015). Total Cost of Ownership of Diesel vs. Gasoline Vehicles in the US for the 2012-2013 timeframe
    91. Benabedjil, N., Bounya N., Layan J. - B., Lung Y., & Piveteau A. (2015). Renault in Northern Morocco: The emergence of an automobile cluster in Tangier
    92. Bensusan, G., & Carrillo J. (2010). Transnational corporations, employment practices and social responsability in Mexico
    93. Bensusan, G. (2016). VWM: A study of unstable articulation between productive innovation and socio-labour progress
    94. da Bento, N. S., Borboleto W. C., & Ibusuki U. (2022). How the Tools of Quality 4.0 support the principles of TQC/TQM
    95. Berggren, C., & Magnusson T. (2011). Reducing automotive emissions – The potentials of combustion engine technologies and the power of policy
    96. Berggren, C. (2017). What does the European auto industry need to move to the electro mobility frontier?
    97. Berggren, C., & Lindkvist L. (2015). Coordinated policies for electrification of heavy vehicles: a technological innovation systems analysis
    98. Berggren, C. (2012). Creative accumulation in a mature industry - Understanding the current transformation of the automotive industry
    99. Berkeley, N., Jarvis D., & Begley J. (2012). Phoenix from the ashes: can low carbon vehicles ensure the long-term viability of the West Midlands automotive cluster?
    100. Bermudez, T., & Consoni F. (2016). Scientific and technological trends of lithium-ion batteries for electri vehicle: insights from the application of bibliometric and patent analysis
    101. Bernaciak, M., & Scepanovic V. (2010). The Challenges of Upgrading: Dynamics of East Central Europe’s integration into the European Automobile Networks
    102. Scur, G., Consoni F. L., & Bernardes R. (2010). Re-organization of the R&D management of General Motors Corporation: the emergency of Brazil as a center of global product development
    103. Bez, C. S., & Virgillito M. E. (2022). Toxic pollution and employment dynamics: uncovering Europe’s left-behind places
    104. Black, A., & McLennan T. (2015). The Last Frontier: Prospects and Policies for the Automotive Industry in Africa
    105. Black, A., Barnes J., Markowitz C., & Monaco L. (2021). Regional integration, regional value chains and the automotive industry in Sub-Saharan Africa
    106. Blázquez, L., & González-Díaz B. (2013). International Automotive Production Networks: How the web comes together
    107. Blöcker, A. (2012). Temporary work and work contracts in the German automotive industry
    108. Blöcker, A. (2010). The crisis of the automotive industry in Germany: winners and losers and their greening strategies
    109. Boavida, N., Candeias M., & Moniz A. (2022). The mechatronic training strategies to enable new skills for industry realignment towards industry 4.0: the case of Portugal
    110. Boavida, N., Baumann M., Moniz A., Schippl J., Weil M., & Moretto S. (2013). <Technology transition towards e-mobility: Technology Assessment as a tool for policy design >
    111. Boavida, N., Moniz A., & Candeias M. (2021). Changes in productivity and labour relations: AI in the automotive sector in Portugal
    112. Boavida, N., Moniz A., & Candeias M. (2021). Changes in productivity and labour relations: AI in the automotive sector in Portugal
    113. Borah, D. J., Karabag S. F., & Berggren C. (2015). Drivers of a successful acquisition: The case of Jaguar Land Rover’s acquisition by Tata
    114. Borghei, B., Magnusson T., & Bauner D. (2012). Institutionalization of Environmental Innovation; Emissions standards and R&D Management in the heavy vehicle industry
    115. Bouquin, S. (2022). When lean production hits the wall: changing conditions of profitability for the European automotive industry.
    116. Boutueil, V., & Leurent F. (2013). Automobility management at the company level: An exploratory investigation in the Paris region
    117. Boyer, R., & Freyssenet M. (2016). The Theory of Productive Models. Developments and Perspectives
    118. Boyer, R., & Freyssenet M. (2017). Is a second automobile revolution underway? How to improve our capacity to answer?
    119. Brandes, O., Brege S., & Brehmer P. - O. (2011). The Strategic Importance of Supplier Relationships in the Automotive Industry
    120. Brandes, O., Brege S., & Brehmer P. - O. (2012). The Strategic Importance of Supplier Relationships in the Automotive Industry
    121. Brincks, C., Klier T., & Rubenstein J. (2015). The changing role of national champions in the evolving geography of Europe’s motor vehicle industry
    122. Brincks, C., Klier T., & Rubenstein J. (2017). The role of Mexico in the North American supply chain
    123. Brodersen, M. (2022). Life in the last mile – Design ethnographic investigation into MAAS and automated mobility in suburban spaces
    124. d'Arcier Bruno, F., & Yveline L. (2013). New e-automotive based services: the Japanese smart communities and their experimentations
    125. Bubbico, D., Nunzio D. D., & Ferrucci (2019). Working conditions in the FCA,CNH and Magneti Marelli plants: a survey questionnaire
    126. Buck, C., & Watkowski L. (2022). How automotive OEMs can create platform-based ecosystems by selectively revealing boundary resources
    127. Buck, C., Schönborn D., & Eyring F. (2022). Digital Transformation of the Value Chain in Tomorrow’s Automotive Industry – Analysis and Recommendation on how Software can Tackle Present and Future Challenges
    128. BUIGUES, P. I. E. R. R. E. A. N. D. R. E., & LACOSTE D. E. N. I. S. (2013). Internationalization, performance and firm specific advantage:The case of European automobile manufacturers
    129. Bungsche, H. (2014). Social and economic changes in Japan - a chance for the car market
    130. Bungsche, H. (2016). Integration of Production Networks in the Automobile Industry in the ASEAN Countries. A Comparison with the Automobile Industry in the EU.
    131. Bungsche, H. (2019). Worlds Apart? Domestic and Global Strategies of Japanese Automobile Manufactures for Spreading Ecological Cars
    132. Bungsche, H. (2010). On the Way to a Low-carbon Society? Japan’s Tax Reforms and Incentive Scheme for Fostering Ecological Friendly Cars and Their Market Effects
    133. Bungsche, H. (2013). Magna-Steyr: The only brand-independent service provider in the automobile industry
    134. Bungsche, H. (2012). Crisis without end or crisis as a chance.
    135. Bungsche, H. (2017). The Automobile Industry in the ASEAN Countries: On the Way of Becoming a Second China or Remaining a Disintegrated Peripheral Player in the Auto Industry
    136. Bungsche, H. (2018). 10 Years after the Financial Crisis. Had New Regulations and Government Initiatives for Ecological Cars Changed the Japanese Automobile Industry and Market?
    137. Bungsche, H. (2021). Government Response to COVID-Crisis: Japan - a corporate led transformation?
    138. Bungsche, H. (2015). Mazda: A new trajectory after having regained independence from Ford again?
    139. Bungsche, H. (2011). Japan’s Automobile Market and Industry after the Crisis – Back to Business as Usual or Further on the Way to Sustainability?
    140. Bungsche, H. (2014). The Light Vehicle Market in Japan: A Case of Market Protectionism or Cars Simply Meeting Essential Needs for Mobility?
    141. Buss, K. - P. (2015). Information technology-based change in the automotive sector
    142. Byosiere, P., Tanaka H., Yang H., & Wang J. (2015). Determinants of foregoing drivers license in Japanese Gen Y individuals: Financial, lifestyle and transportation alternatives.
    143. Byosiere, P., & Luethge D. J. (2011). Honda’s Changing Balancing Act: Industrialized to Emerging Market Production
    144. Byosiere, P., & Luethge D. J. (2010). Honda: Weathering the Global Crisis or Stuck in Japanese Corporate Quicksand?
    145. Byosiere, P., & Luethge D. (2014). Feel to Leap: Sustainable Innovation for the Automotive Industry
    146. Byosiere, P. (2019). Multiple-faceted mixed blessings of “delivering” people and goods in the platform economy: Comparing implications and challenges between Japan and the EU Low Countries.
    147. Byosiere, P., Luethge D., & Tanaka H. (2014). The Young and the Restless: Unwavering Consumer Mindset versus Automotive Leadership
    148. Byosiere, P., Luethge D. J., Tanaka H., Amatucci M., Cangioni C., & Ndambiri S. (2017). A Global Perspective into the Transformation of Motives for Car Use of Young Drivers in Japan, Anglo-Africa, Brazil and USA.
    149. Calabrese, G. G., Piercarlo F., & Alessandro M. (2013). VERTICAL INTEGRATION AND TECHNICAL EFFICIENCY: THE CASE OF ITALIAN CAR SUPPLIERS
    150. Calabrese, G. G. (2012). Making Fiat-Chrysler a viable carmaker
    151. Calabrese, G. G. (2010). Death and resurrection of Italian coachbuilders
    152. Calabrese, G. (2014). The restructuring of the tier 1 supply chain in Europe
    153. Calabrese, G. G. (2016). The Italian automotive industry between old and new drivers
    154. Calabrese, G. G., & Manello A. (2017). The internationalization of the italian supply chain and the relationship with performance: evidence for regional policies
    155. Calabrese, G. G., & Monique V. (2013). New Mobility and Design Activities: the Strategy of French and Italian Small Companies
    156. Calabrese, G. G. (2019). Women and cars joys and sorrows? Female directors and firm performance in the Italian supply chain
    157. Calabrese, G. G. (2016). Internationalization and performance: evidence from the Italian supply chain
    158. Calabrese, G. G., & Falavigna G. (2022). The implementation of Industry 4.0 in a quasi semi-peripheral automotive country: evidence from Italy
    159. Calabrese, G. G., & Manello A. (2015). The determinants of firms’ survival during the crisis: evidence from the Italian automotive industry
    160. Calabrese, G. (2014). Towards the Italian Automotive Council
    161. Calabrese, G. G. (2018). The Italian automotive industry between old and new driving forces
    162. Calderon, O., Robles A. C., Salcido González R. S., & Estrada Cerón B. A. (2016). Inclusive development is possible, based on the Automotive Industry? The experience of the plant VW / Audi in the state of Puebla. Mexico.
    163. Calderon, O., Robles A. C., Estrada Cerón B. A., & Salcido González R. S. (2016). Labor relations workers confidence in four transnational auto parts companies in the state of Puebla, Mexico.
    164. de Campigneulles, T., Midler C., & Maniak R. (2019). From product to service offering: the OEM’s transition to mobility services
    165. Canzler, W. (2012). Integrated e-mobility
    166. Capezzuto, E. (2012). Corporate restructuring and labour control: a case study from “G.Vico” Fiat plant
    167. Carbonell, J. S. (2022). The permanent restructuring of the French automotive industry. Industrial relations in a declining industry (2008-2022)
    168. Carmo, M. J., Sacomano Neto M., & Donadone J. C. (2017). Analysis of the Financialization in the automotive industry: an exploratory study
    169. Carnevalli, J. A., Miguel P. C. A., & Salerno M. S. (2013). Benefits and difficulties when adopting modularity: results from a survey in the Brazilian automotive industry
    170. Carole, D. (2012). From Auto Industry to Electromobility Industry: What can we learn from strategic and marketing theoretical frameworks?
    171. Carpejani, P., Pinheiro de Lima E., Gouvea da Costa S., Machado C., Tortato U., Ferreira C., et al. (2018). The performance of materiality in the automobile industry
    172. Carreto, J., & Patino A. (2022). Industrial Policy and Regional Development of Automotive Industry in Mexico
    173. Carrillo, J., & Micheli J. (2015). Does Innovation goes with Social Inclusion? OEMs & Auto Suppliers in Mexico
    174. Carrillo, J., & De los Santos S. (2021). Industrial policies for the boost of electromobility in Mexico
    175. Carrillo, J., & Contreras O. (2012). Strategies of Automobile Multinational Firms in Mexico and GVC
    176. Carrillo, J. (2016). The debate on the export model in Mexico: the experience of the automotive industry. Is a sustainable model?
    177. Carrillo, J., Vallejo B., & Gomis R. (2021). COVID-19 and industrial resilience in the Global South. The case study of the auto parts sector in Mexico.
    178. Carrillo, J., De los Santos S., Covarrubias L., Gomis R., & Matus M. (2020). Are engineers able to transit to Industry 4.0 in the automotive sector? The case of Baja California in Mexico
    179. Carrillo, J. (2022). Lean Production in Mexico
    180. Carrillo, J., & De los Santos S. (2018). The potential employment impact of disruptive technologies in the automotive industry value chain: the case of Mexico
    181. Carrillo, J., & Abo T. (2014). A Comparative Study of Application-Adaptation of Japanese Production System at Auto Subsidiaries in Developing Countries: Nissan and GM in South Africa, Egypt and Mexico
    182. Carrillo, J. (2019). Will the Mexican auto parts maquila be able to transit to Industry 4.0?
    183. de Carvalho, E. G., Faria L. G. D., Morceiro P. C., & França M. (2010). The Effects of the Crisis on the Auto Assemblers Investment Strategies in Brazil and China
    184. Castellanos, J. (2016). Role of industry automotive installed in Mexico in the struggle for markets starring major global vehicle manufacturers
    185. Castellanos, J. (2012). Salaries and wages in the automotive industry in Mexico in 2003 and 2008: Aguascalientes, Estado de Mexico, Puebla, Chihuahua and Coahuila de Zaragoza
    186. Castellanos, J., & Garnica C. H. (2019). Implications of the USMCA of November 2018 in the automotive industry installed in Mexico.
    187. Castellanos, J. (2020). Changes in new value chains in North America.
    188. Castellanos, J. (2014). Financial analysis of the Volkswagen Group from financialization point of view (1991-2007)
    189. Castellanos, J. (2013). The impact of the variable financialization in the collapse of General Motors Corporation of 2008.
    190. Castellanos, J., & Granados M. - A. (2015). Toyota Motor Corporation: development and growth from the financialization point of view
    191. Castellanos, J. J., & Marín M. L. G. (2011). The impact of intra-firm trade in the automotive industry in Mexico
    192. Castellanos, J. (2018). The North American Automotive Industry established in Mexico in 2017
    193. Castellanos, J. (2021). USMCA and the automotive industry in Mexico
    194. Castellanos, J. (2017). The automotive industry located in Mexico during the presidency of Donald Trump
    195. Cauchick Miguel, P. A., & Henriques F. E. (2015). A proposal for assessing the level of modularity and design and in production in the development of vehicles with the participation of Brazilian engineering centers.
    196. Cavazza, B. H., Souza T. A., Gandia R. M., Zambalde A. L., Nicolaï I., & Neto A. M. (2019). Critical Success Factors for the insertion of Autonomous Vehicles as a Product Service System in a country
    197. Cavazza, B. H., Zambalde A. L., & Souza T. A. (2019). Innovation Radar for Disruptive Technology Insertion: The Case of Autonomous Vehicles in Brazil and France
    198. Chan, A., Chen Y. -por, Xie Y., Zhao W., & Walker C. (2014). Occupational Ailments and Employment Relations in China’s Auto Industry: A Comparative Survey of Workers at 12 Companies’ Assembly Plants in China
    199. Chanaron, J. - J. (2015). Electric car: no future within the free-market economy?
    200. Charue-Duboc, F., Midler C., & Maniak R. (2011). The role of experimentations in managing Electric Vehicle deployment
    201. Chávez, A., & Lara A. (2016). Agents and government of the invention of electric vehicles
    202. Chavez, Z. (2018). Lean production models in the era of digitization of supply chains: recapturing basic principles
    203. Chávez, A., & Lara A. (2015). Patent thicket, exploration and exploitation in electric vehicles (1976-2012)
    204. Chen, Y., Li D., & Kumar A. (2021). Collective expectations and the process of platform ecosystem creation: the case of Baidu in autonomous driving
    205. Chen, Y., CHOWDHURY S., Donada C., & Perez Y. (2016). Mirroring Hypothesis and Intergrality in the Electric Vehicle Industry: Evidence from Tesla Motors
    206. Chen, Y. (2017). What is behind mirroring hypothesis? Dynamics between modularity and integration: case from electric vehicle industry and BMW i3
    207. Chen, Y., & Perez Y. (2015). Business Model Design: Lessons Learned from Tesla Motors
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