Papiers présentés aux colloques du Gerpisa


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    1. Alochet, M. (2021). Automobile industry, towards an electric autonomous mobility service industry? A sociotechnical transition-based approach
    2. 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
    3. Andrade, R. M., & Ibusuki U. (2021). Innovation Policy of the Brazilian Automotive Industry: a comparison with Germany
    4. Anzolin, G. (2021). Robotisation in the automotive sector: a study on the drivers for automation
    5. Baba, T. (2021). How Brazilian Die/mold Cluster Birth and Progress: Joinville Mechanism
    6. Black, A., Barnes J., Markowitz C., & Monaco L. (2021). Regional integration, regional value chains and the automotive industry in Sub-Saharan Africa
    7. Boavida, N., Moniz A., & Candeias M. (2021). Changes in productivity and labour relations: AI in the automotive sector in Portugal
    8. Bungsche, H. (2021). Government Response to COVID-Crisis: Japan - a corporate led transformation?
    9. 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.
    10. Carrillo, J., & De los Santos S. (2021). Industrial policies for the boost of electromobility in Mexico
    11. Castellanos, J. (2021). USMCA and the automotive industry in Mexico
    12. Chen, Y., Li D., & Kumar A. (2021). Collective expectations and the process of platform ecosystem creation: the case of Baidu in autonomous driving
    13. Covarrubias, A. (2021). The de-territorialization of the American Auto Industry and COVID-19/I 4.0 impacts: The breaking down of the old value chains and its replacement for new Value Propositions
    14. Da Silva, R. H., Armellini F., Kaminski P. C., & Beaudry C. (2021). Using text mining to extract information about sustainable mobility initiatives by automakers
    15. Date, Y., & Mokudai T. (2021). Toward sustainable rural mobility by simple and low-cost solutions
    16. Domanski, B., Guzik R., Gwosdz K., & Micek G. (2021). Emerging transnational manufacturers from the Central European periphery: the case of Polish automotive companies
    17. Dulci, J., & Lima R. (2021). Farewell to the Factory: Ford Motor Company’s trajectory in São Bernardo do Campo (SP)
    18. Dziczek, K. (2021). Government Response to COVID-Crisis: United States
    19. Falk, F., Jaspers D., & Proff H. (2021). The Business Transformation of Incumbents in the Transition to new Basic Technologies
    20. Flamand, M., Frigant V., Miollan S., & Dimitrova Z. (2021). Hydrogen storage solution : an assessment of its technological innovation system. Insights from patent data.
    21. Gaddi, M., & Valerio S. (2021). Health at work: old and new risk factors in FCA plants before and after the pandemic
    22. Gažo, P., Martišková M., & Smith T. (2021). Stakeholders' reality check: Barriers for the transformation of the Slovak and Czech automotive industries into an ecological mobility industry
    23. Haidar, B., Vidal F., Pascal Da Costa, & Jan Lepoutre (2021). Assessment of 2021-2025-2030 CO2 standards on automakers' portfolio vehicles' segments
    24. Higashi, H., Minami S., Takeuchi R., Akiyama T., & Kentaro Kiritoshi (2021). The problem of mobility in an ageing society: how to deal with an ageing driver population?
    25. Hoeft, F. (2021). The case of sales in the automotive industry during the COVID-19 pandemic
    26. Jaroudi, I. (2021). What is the potential impact of the transition from traditional transport to new mobility models (electric automated minibuses) in European cities?
    27. Kawabe, Y. (2021). COVID-19 transforms new auto parts manufacturing technology and value chain by changing Indonesian policy in ASEAN
    28. Kawabe, Y. (2021). FCEV trends in Asia (Japan / China), future technical development direction that can be assumed from the current concept and the impact of Covid-19
    29. Klebaner, S. (2021). Connecting mobility and industrial policy and the acceptability of the transition. Lessons from France
    30. Klier, T., & Rubenstein J. (2021). From ICE to EV: conceptualizing changes to powertrain sourcing
    31. Krzywdzinski, M., & Lechowski G. (2021). The COVID-crisis and the future of automotive production in Germany: early insights into response strategies by the government, industry, and labor
    32. Lepadatu, D., & Signoretti A. (2021). Contested Views of Lean Production from the Social Sciences Perspective
    33. Lu, S., Belzowski B. M., Chen R., & Muniz S. T. G. (2021). The willingness to pay for electric range by the consumer of electric vehicles: a regional comparison
    34. Lüthje, B. (2021). Government Response to COVID-Crisis: China
    35. Madama, S., & Mokudai T. (2021). Toward connected aftermarket supply and service chain: A case of tire-related services for national truck fleet customers.
    36. Martínez Martínez, A. (2021). Digitalization strategy implementation before and after Covid-19: the case of GKN Mexico
    37. de Mello, A. M., de Souza J. V. R., Marx R., de Gomes L. A. V., Wu C., & Hua W. A. N. G. (2021). From Innovation in Supply Chains to Innovation in Ecosystems: The case of Intelligent and Connected Vehicles Innovative Business Model in Shanghai
    38. Moniz, A., Caldas J. M. C., Boavida N., & Lopes J. V. (2021). Reconfigurations in automotive Global Value Chains (GVC) and its impact on Portuguese employment
    39. Montmasson-Clair, G., Moshikaro L., & Monaisa L. (2021). OPPORTUNITIES TO DEVELOP THE LITHIUM-ION BATTERY VALUE CHAIN IN SOUTH AFRICA
    40. Moraes, H. B., Barassa E., Cruz R., & Ludwig M. A. (2021). Strategies to accelerate the diffusion of e-mobility in Brazil: experiences and efforts based on electric energy companies
    41. Moro, A., & Virgillito M. E. (2021). Digitalean at work: varieties of lean models in digital automotive factories in Italy
    42. Novaresio, A., Patrucco P. P., & Geuna A. (2021). Green innovation patterns in the automotive industry: empirical evidence on green specialisations and the role of the systems of innovation from OECD countries
    43. Ornek, Z. (2021). Just transition with electric vehicles after the pandemic in the German automotive industry
    44. Pardi, T. (2021). Can the government’s response to the Covid crisis stop the downward spiral of the French automotive industry?
    45. Pechova, J., & Volfova H. (2021). Creative Platforms in Automotive: Collaborative Approaches and their Importance for Management and Marketing before and during the Covid-19 pandemic.
    46. Pedro, M. (2021). The Mexican automotive industry during the pandemic of COVID-19, changes in working conditions and labor skills.
    47. Popiolek, A., Dimitrova Z., Petit M., Dessante P., & Hassler J. (2021). Optimised fast-charging service to allow long-distance trips with electric vehicles.
    48. Proff, H., Jaspers D., Knobbe F., & G. S. - S. (2021). Designing Charging Ecosystems for e-Taxis in City Centers
    49. Russo, M., Alboni F., De Domenico M., Carreto-Sangines J., Mangioni G., Righi S., et al. (2021). Mapping specialisations in the international trade of automotive components and parts: a multilayer network analysis
    50. Russo, M., Alboni F., Murgolo E., Carreto-Sanginés J., Simonazzi A., & Pavone P. (2021). Complex network analysis of the dynamic of changes in the electric vehicle agent and artifact space
    51. Santos, F. J. (2021). Business Model Innovation in the EV ecosystem
    52. Schroeder, M., Müller M., Mokudai T., & Metternich J. (2021). Varieties of Digitalisation?
    53. Schroeder, M. (2021). Automotive Supplier Project Management: An Explorative Case Study
    54. Smitka, M. (2021). The Expanded Automotive Value Chain
    55. de Souza, J. V. R., de Mello A. M., Marx R., & Frigant V. (2021). A framework proposal for business model innovation towards sustainable mobility: Exploring factors driving business modelling
    56. Stéphane, H., Shioji H., Lee J., & Kosuke K. (2021). The Disruptive Potential of the Chinese Battery Value Chain: A Comparison of BEV and PHEV Developments
    57. Tastekin, U. (2021). Technological Development and Labor Relations in the Turkish Automotive Sector
    58. Turienzo, J., Cabanelas P., & Lampón J. F. (2021). Incoming Business Models on Covid era: The Connected and Autonomous Vehicles ripple effect
    59. Velinov, E., Volfova H., & Jaderna E. (2021). Consumers' perception on green products and services: Evidence from the Czech automotive sector
    60. Volfova, H., Jaderna E., & Pechova J. (2021). Corporate Social Responsibility in Automotive: The Impact of CSR Activities on the Loyalty of Internal Stakeholders of ŠKODA AUTO, a.s., towards the Employer.
    61. Wang, X., & Zhao W. (2021). Growing and Competing within Industry: Value Chain Strategy of Power Lithium-ion Battery Firms in China
    62. Wang, W. H., Balcet G., & Zhang W. (2021). Geely Drives Out. The Rise of the New Chinese Automaker in the Global landscape
    63. Wuttke, T. (2021). Under which conditions does building up a local automotive industry contribute to economic development?

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