The automobile sector and the organisation of the industrial space: the case of Setúbal Region (Portugal)
AbstractThis paper is based on a study about the Setúbal region, included in the internacional project “The Future of Industry in Europe” for the programme FAST-MONITOR of the European Community (1992-94). There were some information on the project VW/Ford for this region and those that are connected with research networks on industrial sectors (specially, on the automobile industry), and the network on the spatial and regional factors of regional development. Those studies allowed the scenario development on evolution trends of European industry and, specifically, on the automobile sector, and on the Setúbal region that was studied by the Portuguese team.
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Bibliographic InfoPaper provided by University Library of Munich, Germany in its series MPRA Paper with number 7503.
Date of creation: Jul 1994
Date of revision: Jul 1994
automobile sector; Portugal; regional development; production models; greenfield site;
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