Firm Structure and Market Structure: A Case Study of the Car Industry
This paper examines organisational forms in the car industry, in order to derive stylised facts that can be used to medel the interaction between firm structure and market structure. The analysis of the car industry since 1945 points to a fundamental change in production technology, that brought about changes in organisational forms. A new organisational form is claimed to be emerging, and is defined.
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