The dynamics of the vertical relations in the aeronautics: An analysis of the subcontracting relationships of Airbus (In French)
AbstractThe plane production constraints, and more particularly an international multisite constraints, raise a strong question of productive and cognitive coordination of a complex technical product. This question treates the coordination, the design and the realization of the subsets and the coordination of the integration of the subsets up to the end product. It is We can observe the specifities of the relations interfirms in the sector of aeronautics by focusing on the relationships of subcontracting. The objectif of this paper is to characterize and to analyze the singularities of the relations between firms in the sector of aeronautics using the example of the vertical relations between Airbus and its principal industrial partners.
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NAvertical relations; subcontracting; Airbus; aeronautics; cooperation;
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