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Development of Indian Automobile Clusters
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Much research work has been conducted on industrial agglomeration or clusters around the world. The concept of the cluster is popular and important for regional development. Now efforts are being made to develop industrial cluster in many regions around the world. Cluster is connected with various factors of economy including foreign direct investment (FDI). The automobile industry has been called an industry of industries and the Indian automobile industry is booming with the participation of a number of multi-national companies. As the industry developed, it is more concentrated and agglomerated in certain regions of the country. FDI has been major component in the development of Indian automobile industry. This book examines the process of agglomeration of the auto industry in India, exploring the concept of clustering. The research focuses on the role of Japanese FDI in the agglomeration as Japanese FDI has a significant effect on the development of the automobile industry in India.

Anbieter: Dodax
Stand: 27.01.2021
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Industrial Cluster in Nigeria
49,00 € *
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Despite industrial promotional measures of successive governments in Nigeria, minimal positive results have been achieved and the industrial sector remains under-developed and under-harnessed. One measure which will fasten industrial sector development is through cluster promotion hence the need for a comprehensive survey. This survey is expected to provide a useful insight into clusters in Nigeria focusing on the south-east and south-south geopolitical zones of the country with emphasis on identifying existing and potential industrial clusters in the two regions as well as major constraints inhibiting their operation. Survey findings reveal that the sectors with the highest number of existing clusters in the two geopolitical zones fall under agro-processing, followed by automobile, furniture and wood works, food, oil and gas, foundries, metals and fabrication. A list of their problems include: poor flow of information, infrastructure deficiencies, lack of adequate business networking, poor access to and supply of business development services, lack of articulated advocacy and engagement mechanisms, and skepticism about the feasibility and sustainability of joint actions.

Anbieter: Dodax
Stand: 27.01.2021
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Company Strategies and Organisational Evolution...
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This book is published during a phase of crisis and transformation for the automobile industry across the world; this crisis is particularly acute in Europe and the United States. The book is written especially for the non-specialist with more than a passing interest in the sector, such as experts of other sectors, trade unionists, representatives of the corporate world, policymakers and public managers who deal with industry, commerce and public planning. The authors provide up-to-date information and assessments of what is actually taking place, with particular attention paid to the sub-supply companies. The main focus lies on four European countries, Germany, Spain, Sweden and Italy, each of which is significant for its different experiences. Finally, three important non-European situations, the United States, Brazil and Japan, are examined. Contents: Francesco Garibaldo/Andrea Bardi: Introduction - Ulrich Jürgens: Restructuring the Automobile Industry and Its Workforce: A Worldwide Perspective - Torsten Müller/Hans-Wolfgang Platzer/Stefan Rüb: Global Company Strategies - Global Employee Interest Representation? The Cases of Volkswagen and DaimlerChrysler - Rainer Greca: Audi and BMW - Supplier Strategies of Two Successful Car Producers - Joachim Warschat/Kristina Wagner/Christina Edelmann: Automotive District Stuttgart - Evolution and Trends with the Focus on Cooperation in Virtual Clusters - Peter Fredriksson: Modular Supply in the Swedish Automotive Sector - José Ferro-Camacho: The Automotive Cluster of Galicia: The Role of PSA in the Regional Dynamics - Giuseppe Calabrese/Fabrizio Erbetta: Factors of Performance in a Context of Market Change: The Automotive District of Turin - Andrea Bardi/Francesco Garibaldo/Stefano Raffa/Volker Telljohann: The Automotive Cluster of Turin: Company, Strategy and Organisational Evolution - Andrea Bardi/Francesco Garibaldo: The Automobile Filière in Emilia-Romagna: Strategic Positioning and the Consequences of the Fiat Auto Crisis - Davide Bubbico/Francesco Pirone: The Weakness of Car Manufacturing Industries Associated with Fiat Sata, Alfa Romeo and FMA Powertrain in the South of Italy - William Cooke/David Meyer/Christopher Huxley: Teamworking in the U.S. Motor Vehicle Supplier Sector: Strategies and Effects on Manufacturing Performance and Worker Outcomes - Mario Sergio Salerno/Ana Valéria Carneiro Dias: The Development of Modularity and Niche Product Design in Brazil - René Haak: The Japanese Car Industry

Anbieter: Orell Fuessli CH
Stand: 27.01.2021
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Servitization, IT-ization and Innovation Models
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This book looks at two-stage industrial cluster theory and new innovation models in view of IT-ization and servitization of products. The formation of industrial clusters such as export processing zones and special economic zones has been the preferred mechanism for developing countries to boost their industrial development and export performance for the last several decades. Existing literature related to Development Economics cited numerous benefits of industrial clusters and several countries have reaped such benefits. The book goes beyond formation of traditional industrial clusters. It promotes the idea of formation of two-stage clusters. The book further stresses on new innovation models. The ideas are promoted based on the empirical evidence of Chinese and Taiwanese firms in consumer electronics and automobile sectors. Finally, the book looks at firm strategies in new business environment which is dominated by servitization of industrial products. It argues for firms to integrate manufacturing and services to a great extent. To substantiate the arguments, empirical evidence comes from India, Taiwan, and Bangladesh. The study further finds evidence, perhaps for the first time that innovation and knowledge acquisition strategies are influenced not only by size of firms but also vary with market preferences.

Anbieter: Orell Fuessli CH
Stand: 27.01.2021
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Marketing Management in Geographically Remote I...
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This book is the first to cover marketing management issues in geographically remote industrial clusters (GRICs). The phenomena of GRICs have increased in importance, especially in the Nordic countries, due to changes in industry structures as well as political ambitions. The practice of marketing and marketing management is not singular to industry clusters in Nordic countries. Remote areas in parts of the United States, South and Central America, and South East Asia exhibit similar tendencies.The problems faced by many entrepreneurial managers managing start-up or even existing enterprises are complex and require an in-depth understanding not only of the problems themselves, but also of the contextual framework in which these problems need to be solved. This book contains original cases that cover issues like cluster formation, information gathering, marketing strategies and operations, and information-technology. Examples come from industries like textile & furniture, automobile, agro-machinery, food, wine, software, and management consulting.

Anbieter: Thalia AT
Stand: 27.01.2021
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Company Strategies and Organisational Evolution...
102,95 € *
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This book is published during a phase of crisis and transformation for the automobile industry across the world; this crisis is particularly acute in Europe and the United States. The book is written especially for the non-specialist with more than a passing interest in the sector, such as experts of other sectors, trade unionists, representatives of the corporate world, policymakers and public managers who deal with industry, commerce and public planning. The authors provide up-to-date information and assessments of what is actually taking place, with particular attention paid to the sub-supply companies. The main focus lies on four European countries, Germany, Spain, Sweden and Italy, each of which is significant for its different experiences. Finally, three important non-European situations, the United States, Brazil and Japan, are examined. Contents: Francesco Garibaldo/Andrea Bardi: Introduction - Ulrich Jürgens: Restructuring the Automobile Industry and Its Workforce: A Worldwide Perspective - Torsten Müller/Hans-Wolfgang Platzer/Stefan Rüb: Global Company Strategies - Global Employee Interest Representation? The Cases of Volkswagen and DaimlerChrysler - Rainer Greca: Audi and BMW - Supplier Strategies of Two Successful Car Producers - Joachim Warschat/Kristina Wagner/Christina Edelmann: Automotive District Stuttgart - Evolution and Trends with the Focus on Cooperation in Virtual Clusters - Peter Fredriksson: Modular Supply in the Swedish Automotive Sector - José Ferro-Camacho: The Automotive Cluster of Galicia: The Role of PSA in the Regional Dynamics - Giuseppe Calabrese/Fabrizio Erbetta: Factors of Performance in a Context of Market Change: The Automotive District of Turin - Andrea Bardi/Francesco Garibaldo/Stefano Raffa/Volker Telljohann: The Automotive Cluster of Turin: Company, Strategy and Organisational Evolution - Andrea Bardi/Francesco Garibaldo: The Automobile Filière in Emilia-Romagna: Strategic Positioning and the Consequences of the Fiat Auto Crisis - Davide Bubbico/Francesco Pirone: The Weakness of Car Manufacturing Industries Associated with Fiat Sata, Alfa Romeo and FMA Powertrain in the South of Italy - William Cooke/David Meyer/Christopher Huxley: Teamworking in the U.S. Motor Vehicle Supplier Sector: Strategies and Effects on Manufacturing Performance and Worker Outcomes - Mario Sergio Salerno/Ana Valéria Carneiro Dias: The Development of Modularity and Niche Product Design in Brazil - René Haak: The Japanese Car Industry

Anbieter: Thalia AT
Stand: 27.01.2021
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Servitization, IT-ization and Innovation Models
54,00 € *
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This book looks at two-stage industrial cluster theory and new innovation models in view of IT-ization and servitization of products. The formation of industrial clusters such as export processing zones and special economic zones has been the preferred mechanism for developing countries to boost their industrial development and export performance for the last several decades. Existing literature related to Development Economics cited numerous benefits of industrial clusters and several countries have reaped such benefits. The book goes beyond formation of traditional industrial clusters. It promotes the idea of formation of two-stage clusters. The book further stresses on new innovation models. The ideas are promoted based on the empirical evidence of Chinese and Taiwanese firms in consumer electronics and automobile sectors. Finally, the book looks at firm strategies in new business environment which is dominated by servitization of industrial products. It argues for firms to integrate manufacturing and services to a great extent. To substantiate the arguments, empirical evidence comes from India, Taiwan, and Bangladesh. The study further finds evidence, perhaps for the first time that innovation and knowledge acquisition strategies are influenced not only by size of firms but also vary with market preferences.

Anbieter: Thalia AT
Stand: 27.01.2021
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