Gerpisa conference papers


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    1. Álvarez, L., & Marquína L. (2018). Trends in advanced manufacturing innovation policy in Mexico. The automotive consortium CITTA.
    2. 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
    3. Assis, F. S. (2018). Technological domain in the automotive sector: analysis of the relational structure of patents for electric vehicles
    4. Attias, D., & Mira-Bonnardel S. (2018). The autonomous vehicule: disrupting business models embedded in the smart city's revolution
    5. 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
    6. da Barros, L. S. S., & Marx R. (2018). Electric car-sharing: uncertainty analysis in public initiatives of urban mobility
    7. Beccaro, W., Rodrigues D. B. R., & Peres H. E. M. (2018). New Trends in Automobile Fuel Analysis Sensors
    8. 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
    9. Belzowski, B. (2018). Understanding New Vehicle Buyers in the Age of New Mobility
    10. 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?
    11. Calabrese, G. G. (2018). The Italian automotive industry between old and new driving forces
    12. 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
    13. Carrillo, J., & De los Santos S. (2018). The potential employment impact of disruptive technologies in the automotive industry value chain: the case of Mexico
    14. Castellanos, J. (2018). The North American Automotive Industry established in Mexico in 2017
    15. Chavez, Z. (2018). Lean production models in the era of digitization of supply chains: recapturing basic principles
    16. Consoni, F. L., de Oliveira Filho A. A., Martínez J., & Barassa E. (2018). What about Brazil? Brazilian actions regarding electric vehicles technological trajectory
    17. Contreras, O. F., & García M. (2018). Automotive clusters, Industry 4.0 and Mexican High-Tech SMEs
    18. Covarrubias, A. V. (2018). Driving the last automobile revolution: Where the right business model is?
    19. Demoli, Y., & Villareal A. (2018). Has Carpooling Really Grown ? Evolutions of Carpooling in France from 1974 to 2008.
    20. Djafar, B. A. (2018). A Comparative Analysis of Policy Response to the Asian Financial Crisis in 1997: A Case Study of the Automotive Industry in Indonesia and Thailand
    21. Ferreira, A. S., Neto M. S., & de Assis F. S. (2018). Interorganizational Automotive Alliances: An Exploratory Study with Social Network Analysis
    22. Hasegawa, T., & Fujimoto T. (2018). Production models and strategies: reciprocating and rotary technologies
    23. Heim, S. (2018). Japanese carmakers in China: how to explain their decline?
    24. Higashi, H., & Minami S. (2018). A integrated research framework of the New Mobility for the Sustainable Society
    25. Hori, A. (2018). Construction of new transportation system by autonomous mobility: policy focusing on barrier-free by an aging society and economics growth through an increase in inbound tourists
    26. Ibusuki, U., Kaminski P. C., Bernardes R. C., & Pascoal E. T. (2018). The Innovation System of the Brazilian Automotive Sector: lessons learned from INOVAR-AUTO
    27. Khamkaen, A., Laochintanasri N., & Kawabe Y. (2018). Automated Electric Vehicle Level 4.5
    28. Klier, T. (2018). Changing integration of North America's auto industry - evidence from vehicle production and powertrain sourcing
    29. Krzywdzinski, M., Butollo F., & Jürgens U. (2018). The role of labor in Lean Production and Industrie 4.0: Continuities and Differences
    30. Krzywdzinski, M., & Evers M. (2018). Introducing wearable computing in the workplace: actors, strategies, and conflicts
    31. Lampón, J. F. (2018). Changes in international production relocation patterns in an uncertainty context: an analysis in the Spanish automobile components sector
    32. Lasmar Jr, E. L., Gandia R. M., Souza T. A., Cavazza B. H., Antonialli F., Rosa R. L., et al. (2018). Shared-used Mobility: global generations and service perception
    33. Lee, J., & Shioji H. (2018). Rapid Transformation in the Norway New Car Market and Japanese Car Makers’ Sales Strategy
    34. Lee, J. (2018). Rapid Transformation in the Norway New Car Market and Japanese Car Makers’ Strategy
    35. Lee, J. (2018). International Strategy of Traditional Suppliers in the Automotive Industry -A Case Study of a Japanese Forged Part Supplier-
    36. Lepadatu, D. (2018). Toyota and Honda: From Japan to the Southern United States
    37. da Lima, R. J. C. (2018). From “Back in the Race” to “Push to Pass”: PSA Peugeot-Citroën profit strategies
    38. M.Alochet, & C.Midler (2018). From Fluid to Transitional Phase of EV Innovation: Reorienting Electric Mobility Research focus on Industrialization Issues
    39. M.Alochet, & C.Midler (2018). Focusing Electric Mobility Research on Industrialization Issues: A Renault case study
    40. Madzudzo, G., Morris D., & Garcia-Perez A. (2018). Supplier Delocalization: A Threat to Automotive Cybersecurity Knowledge Sharing?
    41. Marco, V. M. D. (2018). Critical analysis of the mobility measures implemented in the city of São Paulo from 2013 to 2016
    42. de Marques, M. C., & Consoni F. L. (2018). Electric Mobility Governance in Germany and Lessons for Brazil
    43. de Marques, M. C., & Consoni F. L. (2018). Electric Mobility Governance in Germany and Lessons for Brazil
    44. Martinez, M. A., & Ruan R. (2018). Design of a model of technological assimilation under the approach of industry 4.0 for companies of the automotive industry in the central region of Mexico
    45. Martínez Martínez, A. (2018). Skills, training, and payment as key aspects to implement elements of the industry 4.0: a case study in Guanajuato
    46. Marx, R., de Mello A. M., Zilbovicius M., & de Lara F. F. (2018). Inovar Auto, Rota 2030 – A critical analysis on incentives for Automotive Industry in Brazil
    47. Massuda, C. G. G., & Amatucci M. (2018). Dichotomy in the Brazilian Automobile Industry Sustainable discourse
    48. de Matos, H. H., Dias A. V. C., & Bagno R. B. (2018). Organizing for incremental and disruptive innovation through ambidexterity: evidences from a case study in the Brazilian automotive industry
    49. Matui, P. C., & Matui N. C. (2018). The global field of R&D and its silent and/or noisiness global implications
    50. Matui, N. C., & Matui P. C. (2018). Events among patents: an eventful narrative in automotive industry
    51. Melo, O. B. (2018). Internationalization and technological learning in Mexican Multinational Enterprises of auto parts sector
    52. Minami, S., Akiyama T., & Higashi H. (2018). Ridesharing service and Policy, Role and Means of Local Governments
    53. Mishima, K. (2018). Development of Southeast Asian motorcycle industry and contribution of Japanese firms
    54. Muniz, S. T. G., Belzowski B. M., Cu C., & Zhu J. (2018). Electric vehicle policy in China: recent trajectory and perspectives
    55. Muniz Jr., J., Wintersberg D., & Hong J. F. L. (2018). Favourable context to worker knowledge sharing - Human Resources aspects in Modular Consortium
    56. Muniz Jr., J., & Ribeiro V. B. (2018). Knowledge-based assessment applied in Brazilian Toyota plants: employees’ perceptions
    57. de Oliveira, L. D. R., Bagno R. B., & Freitas J. S. (2018). Towards an extended V model to design, test and validate autonomous vehicles: a dialogue with the philosophy of technology.
    58. Orihashi, S. (2018). Promoting Automotive Industry in Least Developed Countries: A Field Survey in Myanmar
    59. Pinto, G. A., García A. A., & Guevara S. (2018). Convergences and divergences in the historical experience of the automotive industry in Argentina, Brazil and Mexico
    60. Proff, P. D. H., & Günthner T. (2018). Driver Assistant systems and their importance for older people - An empirical study with people age 50 and older as a basis for the development of new business models
    61. Proff, P. D. H., Knobbe F., & Günthner T. (2018). Digitalization and Dynamic Capabilities in the Automotive Industry – Measuring discontinuous change abilities of automotive suppliers with a Dynamic Capability Index
    62. Quadros, R., Kitsuta C., & Garcia D. (2018). Falling behind in digital transformation capabilities? Exploring the implications of digitalization of the automotive value chain for Brazilian players’ role in global innovation networks
    63. Rodrigues, J. C. (2018). Autonomous cars, from "ownership" to "usage": how autonomous vehicles might corrupt automotive industry's business model
    64. Rodríguez, L. T. B., & Consoni F. L. (2018). Socio-technical transitions of low emission buses : an analysis from multi-level perspective for the case of Brazil
    65. Sacomano Neto, M., do Carmo M. J., Ribeiro E. M. S., & da Cruz W. V. G. (2018). Who controls the automotive industry? Owners, shareholders and financial institutions
    66. Salerno, M. S., Matsumoto C., & Amaral G. (2018). Drivers of Electro Mobility Adoption: a contextual analysis
    67. Salvo Jr, O., & Souza M. T. S. (2018). From Environmental Automotive Innovations to the Disruptive Technologies Emergence
    68. Schroeder, M. (2018). Follow the leader? ASEAN members‘ policy towards electric vehicles with focus on Thailand
    69. Schroeder, M. (2018). Follow the leader? ASEAN members‘ policy towards electric vehicles with focus on Thailand
    70. Serfati, C., & Sauviat C. (2018). Large MNEs and their GVCs : a theoretical and empirical approach on the role of intangible capital in the aeronautic and automotive industries
    71. Serfati, C., Sauviat C., Hiratuka C., Sarti F., & Borghi R. (2018). The Brazilian automotive industry at the crossroads: following the global changes or falling behind?
    72. Shioji, H. (2018). Abandoned vehicles problem in Pacific Ocean islands countries
    73. Silva, J. P. N., Gandia R. M., Oliveira C. C., Antonialli F., Cavazza B. H., & Sugano J. Y. (2018). Autonomous Vehicles and the Future of Terrestrial Mobility: a Bibliometric and Integrative Review 
    74. Smitka, M. (2018). Tesla - while it is not disrupting the auto industry
    75. Smitka, M. (2018). Transportation and energy policy in Japan: what options matter
    76. de Souza, J. V. R., Marx R., & de Mello A. M. (2018). Developing business models for sustainable urban mobility: conceptual framework and evidence from Brazilian case studies
    77. Souza, T. A., Zambalde A. L., Cavazza B. H., Antonialli F., Lasmar Jr E. L., & Gandia R. M. (2018). Technological Prospection for Terrestrial Mobility: a technology roadmapping case study
    78. Svennevik, E. M. S. (2018). Connecting experimental processes and systemic change: The role of car sharing in a transition towards sustainable mobility.
    79. Tanaka, R., & Tanaka M. (2018). The change of way of thinking of segmentation and future trend in the globalizing car market
    80. Tlaczani, L. A., & Ruan R. (2018). Optimization of resources in the training of human resources in manual welding for the automotive industry through an intelligent training cell.
    81. Tomiyama, E. (2018). SDGs and BoP3.0 of Automobile Recycling company: Case Study of the 1st SDGs Business Award ecosystem prize winning company in Japan "KaohoSangyo"
    82. Tsukada, O., & Ibusuki U. (2018). Can the Toyota Production System be Implemented Abroad? - A Case Study of the Brazilian Automobile Industry
    83. Vargas, T. B. (2018). A new player in automotive public policies: the role of tooling industry on Inovar-Auto
    84. Wenten, F. (2018). Rage against The Machine that Changed the World - 25 years after the 1992 labour conflict at VW Mexico
    85. Willcox, L. D., Miguez T., & Daudt G. (2018). Notes on the Brazilian Inovar-Auto and Recommendations for a New Automotive Regime (Rota 2030)
    86. Yamamura, C. L. K., & Patah L. A. (2018). Automobile Concept Design and Artificial Intelligence

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