Discussão de temas de cenarização para a indústria automóvel para aplicação do método Delphi em Portugal
Discussion of scenario topics for the automotive industry to apply a Delphi method in Portugal
António Moniz ()
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As was recently published in the GERPISA newsletter, one of the aims of the research for the new years will be the knowledge of interactions between the organisational company dynamics and the social-economical models of development. If one takes the example of the German exercise in the framework of FUTUR programme, one of the main thematic groups that emerged from the first discussions was preciselly “Mobility: individually atractive and socially sustainable”. Also the IMVP programme at MIT is taking these questions on the “visions for a sustainable future” theme. In the same way the WorTiS Project analysed several scenario topics on the issue of mobility and automotive industry. Those scenario topics are explained and justified in this research paper.
Keywords: automotive industry; futures; mobility; sustainable development; scenario making (search for similar items in EconPapers)
JEL-codes: M11 R40 L62 O33 Q01 R41 (search for similar items in EconPapers)
Date: 2004-06, Revised 2007-11
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Published in WorTiS Research Reports RPT_DELPHI_05 (2004): pp. 1-17
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