Les Nouvelles Configurations De L'Espace Automobile Méditerranéen
Analyzing the multinational firms’ strategies (car and component makers), changes in automotive production and trade in the area, the paper discusses the hypothesis of the emergence of a fuzzy automobile space within the Mediterranean area. The Mediterranean automobile space cannot be described as an autonomous space, but as an intermediary level based on the European automobile system. The impact of the development of the automobile industry in CEEC – especially in Turkey – and on Northern Mediterranean countries, is analysed (Part 1) before studying the recent trends in the South, including the development of relationships within the Mediterranean area (Part 2).
Volume (Year): 25 (2007)
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- Jean-Bernard Layan & Yannick Lung, 2004. "The Dynamics of Regional Integration in the European Car Industry," Post-Print hal-00294269, HAL.
- Yannick Lung, 2004. "The Changing Geography of the European Automotive System," Post-Print hal-00244036, HAL.
- Yannick Lung & Jorge Carrillo & Rob Van Tulder, 2004. "Cars, Carriers of regionalism?," Post-Print hal-00248180, HAL.
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