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Book Chapter
Smitka, M., & Warrian P. (2017).  Introduction / A Profile of the Global Auto Industry: Innovation and Dynamics. A Profile of the Global Auto Industry: Innovation and Dynamics.
Conference Paper
Boavida, N., Baumann M., Moniz A., Schippl J., Weil M., & Moretto S. (2013).  . Gerpisa colloquium. Abstract
Wang, H., & Kimble C. (2010).  Leapfrogging to electric vehicles: Challenges of governance in China's Automobile Industry. 18th GERPISA International Colloquium: The Greening of the Global Auto Industry in a Period of Crisis. Abstract
Journal Article
Ballot, E., Segrestin B., & Weil B. (2008).  Another look on product diversity: Some new propositions to design profitable product ranges. International Journal of Automotive Technology and Management. 8, 4-21. Abstract
Wad, P., & Chandran Govindaraju V. G. R. (2011).  Automotive industry in Malaysia: An assessment of its development. International Journal of Automotive Technology and Management. 11, 152-171. Abstract
Wright, C. F., Clibborn S., & Lansbury R. D. (2011).  Becoming an endangered species? The future viability of Australian automotive manufacturing. International Journal of Automotive Technology and Management. 11, 172-188. Abstract
Wang, H., & Kimble C. (2010).  Betting on Chinese electric cars? - Analysing BYD's capacity for innovation. International Journal of Automotive Technology and Management. 10, 77-92. Abstract
Weiller, C., Shang T., Neely A., & Shi Y. (2015).  Competing and co-existing business models for EV: Lessons from international case studies. International Journal of Automotive Technology and Management. 15, 126-148. Abstract

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