Gerpisa conference papers


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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. Alochet, M., & Midler C. (2019). How is the emerging e-traction value chain shaped by EV scale-up?
    3. Alochet, M., & Midler C. (2019). EV Scale Up, from Product Modularity to Mobility Versatility
    4. Antonialli, F. (2019). International Benchmark on Experimentations with Autonomous Shuttles for Collective Transport
    5. Anzolin, G., Andreoni A., & Zanfei A. (2019). Racing with (or without) the machine: Robot adoption and FDI driven transformation in the automotive industry
    6. 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
    7. Asazuma, Y., Okamoto K., & Togawa K. (2019). Current Status and Problems of Japanese Automobile Recycling System
    8. 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
    9. Balcet, G., & Ietto-Gillies G. (2019). Internationalization, outsourcing and labour fragmentation. The case of FIAT
    10. Baraldi, E. C., & Kaminski P. C. (2019). The recall and how the lessons learned can be used
    11. Barassa, E., Buitrago J. M., & Consoni F. (2019). Electric Vehicles Technology Roadmap for the Brazilian industry
    12. Bubbico, D., Nunzio D. D., & Ferrucci (2019). Working conditions in the FCA,CNH and Magneti Marelli plants: a survey questionnaire
    13. Bungsche, H. (2019). Worlds Apart? Domestic and Global Strategies of Japanese Automobile Manufactures for Spreading Ecological Cars
    14. 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.
    15. Calabrese, G. G. (2019). Women and cars joys and sorrows? Female directors and firm performance in the Italian supply chain
    16. de Campigneulles, T., Midler C., & Maniak R. (2019). From product to service offering: the OEM’s transition to mobility services
    17. Carrillo, J. (2019). Will the Mexican auto parts maquila be able to transit to Industry 4.0?
    18. Castellanos, J., & Garnica C. H. (2019). Implications of the USMCA of November 2018 in the automotive industry installed in Mexico.
    19. 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
    20. 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
    21. Covarrubias, A. V. (2019). The role of public policy in the transition of the industry. A view from Mexico and Korea
    22. D'Costa, A. P. (2019). Long Waves and Techno-economic Paradigms: Assessing the Future of Work in the Indian Automotive Industry
    23. Deng, X. (2019). Problematisation and Politicization of Technical Indicator Tools: A Case Study of Used Car Restriction Policy In China
    24. Dias, A. V. C. (2019). From modularity to agile project management: an essay on methods and practices from IT to automobile industries
    25. Dijk, M. (2019). The emergence of electric mobility between 1995 and 2015 in the Netherlands: evidence of a transition pathway
    26. Dincer, E. (2019). Turkey’s Domestic Car Brand Initiative: Chasing a Paradigm Shift in an Already Glutted Auto Industry
    27. Domanski, B., Gwosdz K., & Swigost A. (2019). Evolution of public policies towards automotive industry in Poland
    28. Dorigatti, L., & Rinaldini M. (2019). World Class Involvement: Workers’ Participation in a 4.0 Lean Production System
    29. Faivre d'Arcier, B., & Lecler Y. (2019). Round-Trip and One-Way in France and Japan: Conditions for EV carsharing markets take-off
    30. FAURE, A., & Minami S. (2019). Urban transport policy for promotion of electric vehicles in France
    31. Fernandez, M. (2019). The FCEV deployment in the Japanese transport and mobility sector: a revolution?
    32. Frigant, V., & Paquette M. (2019). Canaries in the coal mine: how do newcomers participate to the growth of new niches in the automotive industry?
    33. Fujimoto, T. (2019). Balancing the power of global network and the power of local/asset knowledge
    34. Fukuda, T. (2019). Public Policies and Ethnic Entrepreneurs Dealing Used Cars and Car Parts from Japan to the Global Market: Focusing on Pakistani and South Asian Transnational Migrants
    35. Gaddi, M. (2019). Working conditions and labour organisation within Italian FCA plants
    36. Gandia, R. M., Oliveira J. R., Antonialli F., Patrício L. B., Yutaka J. Y., Nicolaï I., et al. (2019). Casual Carpooling as a Strategy to Implement Mobility-as-a-Service (MaaS) in a Developing Country
    37. Garbellini, N. (2019). European production chains : the new geography of automotive
    38. Garibaldo, F. (2019). Marchionne's legacy
    39. Gómez Mañas, A. P. (2019). How cities' actors prepare for the possible arrival of autonomous vehicles. A study about the Paris metropolis.
    40. Günthner, T., Jovic J., & Proff P. D. H. (2019). Use of Market Opportunities in Aging Societies – the example of advanced driver assistant systems
    41. Hasegawa, T. (2019). A Fermi estimate of economic rationality: back-casting the way forward to zero-emission society and the roll of automotive industry
    42. Higashi, H., & Minami S. (2019). The Architecture of Mobility as a Service (MaaS): Dichotomy of Global Platform and Local Integration
    43. Jetin, B. (2019). Who will control the electric car market?
    44. Jo, H. J., & Krzywdzinski M. (2019). Skill Formation Strategies. A Comparison of Two MNCs’ Overseas Factories in Central Eastern Europe
    45. Ki, J. (2019). Comparison of Autonomous Vehicle Policy Among France, Japan, and Korea: An Analysis through the Lens of Sectoral Innovation System
    46. Klebaner, S. (2019). Managing regulations: the integration of the air pollutant emissions limits in the car manufacturers economic activities
    47. Klier, T., & Rubenstein J. (2019). Powertrain sourcing in the automobile industry: The role of scale and geography in North America
    48. Lacayo, H., & Gonzales J. J. (2019). The automotive industry strategies to comply with the European Union Circular Economy Package
    49. da Lima, R. J. C. (2019). Interfirms Governance in the automotive sector: a case study in southern Rio de Janeiro
    50. Marcial-Flores, A. (2019). From NAFTA to USMCA: conditions and challenges of automotive financing in Mexico.
    51. Marcocchia, G. (2019). The alignment process toward autonomous connected mobility ecosystem structuring. Lessons learnt on the incumbents’ side
    52. Marhold, K. (2019). Electric Vehicles in the 1970s: an uneasy alliance
    53. de Marques, M. C., & Consoni F. L. (2019). Governance and Policies to Foster Low Emission Vehicles in China, EUA and Japan
    54. Martinez, A. M., & Garcia T. M. (2019). A perception of Industry 4.0 and the needed labour profile: an exploratory study in auto parts firms in Guanajuato, Mexico
    55. de Mello, A. M., & Marx R. (2019). Who drives the change? Transitions for Sustainable Mobility and the role of Automotive Industry
    56. Milor, A. (2019). Struggling Paradigms: the takeover of French suppliers by the Japanese firms (1980-1984)
    57. Minami, S., Higashi H., & Akiyama T. (2019). The Growth of Ridesharing Service in Japan from viewpoint of relation with Institution, Regulation and Technology
    58. Mira-Bonnardel, S., & Attias D. (2019). Autonomous vehicle for flexible public transportation systems: towards a shared on demand mobility
    59. Mokudai, T. (2019). In search of strategic flexibility in shifting toward electrification: A comparative analysis of Toyota and Nissan from a real options reasoning perspective
    60. Monaco, L., Bell J., & Nyamwena J. (2019). The political economy of technological change: transitioning to 4.0 in plastic auto components in South Africa and Thailand
    61. Mordue, G. (2019). Will Ethics-Based Challenges and the Failure of Policy Makers to Intervene Ultimately Derail the Proliferation of High Level Autonomous Vehicles?
    62. Muniz, S. T., Belzowski B. M., Shin J. G., Chen R., & Ferreira R. (2019). Automakers’ Electric Vehicle Platform Strategies and its Impacts on Battery Package Design and Thermal Management System
    63. Murayama, T., & Orihashi S. (2019). Challenges of the less developing region of automobile industry in Japan: A case of the Japanese Tohoku (northern-east) region as the third domestic production base of Toyota
    64. NISHIMURA, A. (2019). Mobility and Space Utilization: Regulations Concerning Transportation in Urban Development Plans
    65. Okamoto, K., & Asazuma Y. (2019). Influence on used cars trade from Japan, which is brought about by port promotion policies : Case of Fushiki-Toyama Port and Kobe Port
    66. OLEJNICZAK, T., & ITOHISA M. (2019). Come for the low wages, stay for the people: Labour relations and the adoption of Industry 4.0 in Japanese automotive plants in CEE
    67. Proff, H. (2019). Impact of new technologies in the automotive industry - Measuring the profit impact of digitalisation
    68. Rodrigues, B. G., da Barros L. S. S., & de Oliveira P. A. V. (2019). Public transport integration: a proposal for a single transit fare in Rio Janeiro city
    69. Russo, M., Pavone P., & Cetrulo A. (2019). From wage bargaining to the negotiation on “cognitive surplus value”: reflections on a laboratory for Industry 4.0 in Lamborghini.
    70. Sanginés, J. C., Russo M., & Simonazzi A. (2019). The impact of digital transformation in the automotive supply chain in Mexico
    71. Sasaki, S., & Asazuma Y. (2019). Automobile Market Analysis in Myanmar
    72. Schroeder, M., Kobayashi H., & Futagi M. (2019). Supporting Role in Global Research and Development Networks: Automotive Technology Centres in Viet Nam
    73. Schroeder, M. (2019). Emerging country newcomer supply chain formation: the case of Vinfast
    74. Scilien, J. C. (2019). The theory of social exchange, a new explanatory paradigm of perceptions relating to the closure of automotive factories : a historical analysis of Renault Billancourt and (1989) and PSA Aulnay (2012)
    75. Shrestha, S. (2019). Process of automobile cluster development in India: Case of Maruti Suzuki
    76. Smitka, M. (2019). China's "Auto Belt:" Implications for Assembler Competitiveness
    77. Smitka, M. (2019). Technology and the Motor Vehicle Industry
    78. Souza, T. A., Cavazza B. H., Gandia R. M., Sugano J. Y., & Nicolaï I. (2019). Autonomous vehicles as an emergent innovation: governance through the lens of the quadruple helix
    79. Suarez-Forero, M. J. (2019). Electric vehicles charge optimization for the electric system, taking into account drivers behavior
    80. Svennevik, E. M. C. (2019). Crossing pathways: Personal urban mobility analysis
    81. Sweeney, B. A., & Mordue G. (2019). The Categorization and Assessment of Industrial Policy: Automotive Policy in the Semiperiphery
    82. Techakanont, K., Homklin T., & Phamaranon T. (2019). Where have all old cars gone?: Roles of the informal sector in treating the end-of-life vehicles in Thailand
    83. Tian, M. (2019). Temporary Labor and Labor Conflicts in the Joint Ventures of VW and Toyota in China
    84. Vallejo, B., Carrillo J., & Montalvo C. (2019). Digitalization and smart manufacturing in the automobile industry. Possible labor effects in the South
    85. Wang, H., & WU C. (2019). Analyzing Supply Chain Complexity and Agility in Building EVs in China
    86. Wangsness, P. B., Proost S., & Rødseth K. L. (2019). Coordinated energy and transport policies for electromobility: The case of Norway
    87. Zhao, W. (2019). Constructing a Value Chain from below: Emergence of NEV Battery Manufacturing and Advanced Cluster Policy in the Pearl River Delta, China
    88. ZHOU, P., & Wang H. (2019). Manage the Organizational Change to Build the Smart Car in China A Study of SAIC-Alibaba Joint Venture

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