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03/12/2021

Journée du Gerpisa 12/2021

Nicolas Meilhan (France Stratégie) présente ses travaux avec France Stratégie sur la désindustrialisation automobile en France et évoque des pistes afin que la transition énergétique puisse devenir un véritable levier pour la réindustrialisation de la France.


11/11/2021

Gerpisa monthly seminar

The seminar will involve the following two presentations, in conversation.

Xieshu Wang, Zhao Wei
Specialized Vertical Integration: Value Chain Strategy of Power Lithium-ion Battery Firms in China

Stephane HEIM, Kosuke KAKITANI, Jaeho LEE, Hiromi SHIOJI – Speaker: Stephane Heim
The competition patterns and dynamics of the Chinese Li-ion battery industry


15/10/2021

Gerpisa monthly seminar

Richard F. Doner, Gregory W. Noble and John Ravenhill, will draw on their recently published book – The Political Economy of Automotive Industrialization in East Asia (Oxford University Press, 2021 https://global.oup.com/academic/product/the-political-economy-of-automot...)

Through a study of the automotive industries in seven East Asian countries—China, Indonesia, Korea, Malaysia, the Philippines, Taiwan and Thailand— the talk will address the question of what makes for successful industrial upgrading, the process through which domestic firms acquire the capabilities to move into higher value-added activities at global levels of efficiency. The authors distinguish between two stylized but analytically useful levels of growth: extensive and intensive. In some countries, automotive industrialization has involved extensive growth, consisting largely of vehicle and components assembly and, in some cases, exports, primarily under the aegis of foreign producers operating in global value chains. In contrast, intensive growth occurs when local value added increases as a consequence of inputs from national producers, in turn resting on improvements in national technical capabilities. Their seven cases provide us not just with a mix of strategies but also variance in success. They explore the reasons for success and failure, and why some countries chose to make the investments required to successfully pursue an intensive strategy. Their focus is on the role of institutions specific to the automotive development strategy, and the political origins of these institutions.


01/10/2021

Journée du Gerpisa 266

Tommaso Pardi présentera un travail en cours sur l’évolution de la réglementation européenne des émissions de CO2 dans le secteur automobile et ses impacts sur la transformation de l’offre automobile, et notamment son électrification. Il s’agira de comprendre à la fois la manière dont cette réglementation a été façonnée à Bruxelles par différents intérêts et groupes de pression, et ses conséquences concrètes sur l’offre automobile.


17/06/2021

Gerpisa 2021 / Keynote / T. Sturgeon / P. Pavlinek

Plenary session of the 2021 International Colloquium of Gerpisa.


16/06/2021

Gerpisa 2021 / Keynote roundtable /

Moderator:

  • Isabelle Nicolai, Laboratoire Génie Industriel, Centralesupélec

Speakers:

  • Guy Fournier, LGI – CS / Pforzheim University, H2020 Avenue project
  • Mariana Reyes, LGI – CS / IRT SystemX, Chaire Anthropolis 
  • Julia Janke, LVMT – ENPC / RATP Chair Regulation of the city of tomorrow 
  • Marc Alochet, Associate researcher at CRG, Ecole Polytechnique

  Co-organised with 


15/06/2021

Gerpisa 2021 / Keynote/ N. Leclair

Nadine Leclair began her career at Sligos as a research engineer before joining Renault in 1984 as a CAD engineer.
She was appointed Manager of VP Body-in-white Engineering in 1999, a position she held until 2005, when she became Technical Manager (CVE) for the Mégane Range. She was appointed in 2008 Vice President, Vehicle Engineering product & production engineering functions. She became Senior Vice President, Engineering Project on June 2013. Since April 2015, Nadine Leclair was Senior Vice President and Expert Fellow. She has retired from the Renault group in mid 2020 and is now President of FISITA.


01/04/2021

Journée du Gerpisa 261 / Avril 2021

Le programme de la journée est le suivant :

13h-14h45h

Boris VINOGRADOV (Université de Nantes) : "L’industrie automobile française et la Russie de 1954 à 2014". Discutant : Jean-Pierre DURAND (Université d’Evry, CPN)

Juliette RONSIN (ENS Ulm, IHMC) : "Les trajectoires des ouvriers yougoslaves à Sochaux-Montbéliard au prisme des recrutements par Peugeot des années 1960 à nos jours". Discutant : Juan Sebastian CARBONELL (Gerpisa, ENS Paris-Saclay, IDHES)

15h-17h

Nial TEKIN (Université de Humboldt, Humanities and social change Centre) : "L’organisation du travail en UET dans une usine de Renault : Les particularités de l’organisation du travail en Turquie". Discutant : Tommaso PARDI (Gerpisa, CNRS-IDHES)

Ghada BOUILLASS (Mines ParisTech-PSL) : "Les enjeux sociaux et socio-économiques de la mobilité électrique : la perception des différentes parties prenantes". Discutant : Yannick PEREZ (CentraleSupélec, LGI)


05/02/2021

TUI-ETUC Conference Towards a new socio-ecological contract 2021

TUI-ETUC Conference
Towards a new socio-ecological contract

February 03, 2021 - February 05, 2021

PANEL 5 Transport shift and re-inventing the automobile


22/01/2021

Journée du Gerpisa 258

Since 2008, while the global automotive manufacturing has been faltering, the Chinese auto industry has been swiftly transformed into the largest producer in the world. The growth of the Chinese automakers is a close reflection of the Chinese manufacturing economy, and Geely Auto is one such best example. The Seminar is based on the book Geely Drives Out. The Rise of the New Chinese Automaker in the Global landscape, by Hua Wang, Giovanni Balcet and Wenxian Zhang, World Scientific, 2021 (forthcoming).


22/01/2021

Journée du Gerpisa 259

The presentation of the book Lavorare in fabbrica oggi. Inchiesta sulle condizioni di lavoro in Fca/Cnh, result of a collective research conducted by the Fondazioni Di Vittorio and Sabattini, together with FIOM/CGIL (published by Fondazione Feltrinelli, 2020).
The book revives the practices of a workers’ inquiry to describe the lived experience of assembly work at FCA/CNH today. Based on an extensive survey, it illustrates the main results of a field research conducted on working conditions at FCA-CNH Group plants in Italy. In particular, it analyses the consequences of the change in work organisation following the transformation in the collective bargaining system and the introduction of organisational (Ergo-UAS and WCM) and technological innovations. Ultimately, the book aims to highlight the critical aspects of these changes from the workers’ point of view.

Speaker/s:

  • Daniele Di Nunzio, Fondazione Di Vittorio
  • Matteo Gaddi, Fondazione Claudio Sabattini GGIL
  • Angelo Moro, Cesaer - INRAE

259 Journée du Gerpisa.

 


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