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Globalization or regionalization of the American and Asian car industry?
Includes bibliographical references and index
|Statement||edited by Michel Freyssenet, Koichi Shimizu, Giuseppe Volpato|
|Contributions||Freyssenet, Michel, Shimizu, Koichi, Volpato, Giuseppe|
|LC Classifications||HD9710.U52 G54 2003|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xviii, 243 p. :|
|Number of Pages||243|
|LC Control Number||2002030787|
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orientation: Regionalization of the (American and Asian/European) Automobile Industry, More than Globalization. Here the editors apply the GERPISA explanatory framework on the trajectories and performance of internationally operating car manufacturers.
This. It highlights the diversity and forms of internationalization and the preference for regionalization rather than globalization that has occurred over the past decade. This book looks specifically at the American and Asian car industry.
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Content. Abstract. The automobile sector is often presented as the archetypal global industry. In this view, the auto business is one of the main drivers behind the homogenization of the world, both because of firms’ internationalization strategies (mergers/acquisitions, the establishment of facilities in emerging countries, world cars, international division of labour and so on) and as a Cited by: 1.
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This book looks specifically at the Asian and American car industry. A companion book looks at the European Car Industry. Content. Japan ranks as the world’s 3rd largest economy and is a leader in the fields of IT-related industries, automobiles, and animation.
For many years, Japan used the seniority system and hired workers for “life;” this system functioned well until the late s when Japan’s stock market fell dramatically, land prices plummeted, credit shrunk, and Japan entered into a recession.
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