The International Reorganisation of Auto Production
Alessia Amighini () and
The World Economy, 2014, vol. 37, issue 7, 923-952
This paper aims at assessing whether and how the rise of new countries as important suppliers to the world's leading car producers has changed the structure of the international organisation of auto production over the last decade or has simply caused a shift in the geography of suppliers. By using network analysis, we show that emerging economies caused a structural change in the international organisation of auto production, but their roles are largely peripheral, while the world's leading producers now act as the core of a more hierarchical international division of labour than a decade ago.
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