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by Michel Freyssenet,Andrew Mair,Kiochi Shimizu,Giuseppe Volpato

eBook One Best Way?: Trajectories and Industrial Models of the World's Automobile Producers ePub
Author: Michel Freyssenet,Andrew Mair,Kiochi Shimizu,Giuseppe Volpato
Language: English
ISBN: 0198290896
ISBN13: 978-0198290896
Publisher: Oxford University Press; 1 edition (February 25, 1999)
Pages: 496
Category: Automotive
Subcategory: Building
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In this book, experts from many different countries compare and contrast the strategic and organizational solutions of the major Since the 1960s, the world's automobile producers have .

In this book, experts from many different countries compare and contrast the strategic and organizational solutions of the major Since the 1960s, the world's automobile producers have been borrowing, adapting, or inventing solutions to problems. Japanese management techniques and ideas have been much studied and copied, particularly the model of "lean production.

Authors: Michel Freyssenet Andrew Mair Kiochi Shimizu Giuseppe .

Authors: Michel Freyssenet Andrew Mair Kiochi Shimizu Giuseppe Volpato. Details about One Best Way?: Since the 1960s, the world's automobile producers have been borrowing, adapting, or inventing solutions to problems. In this book, experts from many different countries compare and contrast the strategic and organizational solutions of the major producers in North American, Europe, and Japan over the past three decades. Back to top. Rent One Best Way?

The new geography of automobile production: Japanese transplants in North America. A Mair, R Florida, M Kenney.

M Freyssenet, A Mair, G Volpato, K Shimizu. Oxford University Press, 1998. The new geography of automobile production: Japanese transplants in North America. Economic geography 64 (4), 352-373, 1988.

By Andrew Mair, Koichi Shimizu, Giuseppe Volpato, Michel Freyssenet

By Andrew Mair, Koichi Shimizu, Giuseppe Volpato, Michel Freyssenet. They look closely at the evidence for & best way' and argue that it is more useful to assess the distinctive challenges and & that companies have pursued as they try to optimize their profit-making capacities.

M Freyssenet, A Mair, K Shimizu, G Volpato. The world that changed the machine. R Boyer, M Freyssenet. The productive models. The conditions of profitability. Palgrave Macmillan, 2002. 8th GERPISA international Colloquium The World that Changed the Machine: Th. 2000. Renault, from Diversified Mass Production to Innovative Flexible Production.

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Content Foreword Introduction, Michel Freyssenet 1. Intersecting trajectories and model changes, Michel Freyssenet 2. Models, Trajectories and the Evolution of Production Systems: Lessons from the American Automobile Industry in the Years Between the Wars, Daniel M. G. Raff.

Content Foreword Introduction, Michel Freyssenet 1. Part 1. Only One Model In Japan?

Guiseppe Volpato on FIAT and Michel Freyssenet on Renault. observed and studied these companies for a long time, and this is reflected in the.

et al. 1998) and Between Imitation and Innovation - The Transfer and Hybridization. of Productive Models in the International Automobile Industry (Boyer et al. 1998). A. major focus of the first of the two volumes is to trace the development of productive. Guiseppe Volpato on FIAT and Michel Freyssenet on Renault.

They look closely at the evidence for & best way' and argue that it is more useful to assess the distinctive challenges and & that companies have pursued as they try to optimize their profit-making capacities.

Since the 1960s, the world's automobile producers have been borrowing, adapting, or inventing solutions to problems. Japanese management techniques and ideas have been much studied and copied, particularly the model of "lean production." In this book, experts from many different countries compare and contrast the strategic and organizational solutions of the major producers in North American, Europe, and Japan over the past three decades.
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