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Different Behaviors of Chinese Auto Maker in Technology Introduction and Assimilation


  • Jin Chen

    (Tianjin Commerce University, China)

  • Takahiro Fujimoto

    (Faculty of Economics, University of Tokyo.)


The subject of this study focus on the car industry which is becoming an important element for the development of Chinese economy. The realistic comparison is conducted on their various adaptation behaviors to environmental change & management resource, the way of changing former organization behavior, the formation of their development strategies of the former large enterprises and medium and small-sized enterprises, which have poured into the car industry and are establishing mass production. Concretely, this study analyzes the case of Chinese Auto industry by the framework of corporate strategy theory. The subject of this study is First Automotive Works Corporation, Dong Feng Motor Corporation, Shanghai Automotive Industry Corporation and Tianjin Automobile Industry Corporation, so called "Top Four" in current Chinese Auto industry, and the comparative verification is focus on the introduction of car production technique & the enlargement of production and the implementation of their development strategy and performance process.

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  • Jin Chen & Takahiro Fujimoto, 1998. "Different Behaviors of Chinese Auto Maker in Technology Introduction and Assimilation," CIRJE F-Series CIRJE-F-10, CIRJE, Faculty of Economics, University of Tokyo.
  • Handle: RePEc:tky:fseres:98cf10

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