2019 International Colloquium of Gerpisa

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27th International Colloquium of Gerpisa

Date: 
12 June, 2019 - 08:30 - 14 June, 2019 - 17:30

ENS Paris-Saclay

Organisation committee
Call for papers
Inscription
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REGISTRATION PROCEDURE AND FEES
 
- formal registration : here http://gerpisa.org/node/923 (or just above...)
- link for formal registrations and payment (incl. fees) : will be online soon here. Registrations will be considered finalised after fees payment.   
- Please address us any request you would have regarding letters of invitation / acceptance if necessary.
 
ACCOMODATION

We do not advise any hotels in particular, please consider any option close to a tube station with quick connection to the RER B line (see here for example). 

People looking for cheaper accomodation can try to contact us.
 
CAMPUS ACCESS

For the last time before the School is moved to the Paris-Saclay campus, the colloquium will be hosted in Cachan, in the near southern suburb of Paris.

In order to reach the ENS Cachan take the RER B train directions Robinson / Massy Palaiseau to the station Bagneux, then follow directions below. 

Below you will find the map of the campus and indications concerning the main venues of the colloquium.

The new game of innovation in the world automotive industry: how the structuring of new industries and the restructuring of old ones are changing the rules?

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Deadline is now extended to Monday, 30th March 2015

23rd International Colloquium of GERPISA

Date: 
10 June, 2015 - 09:00 - 12 June, 2015 - 17:00

ENS Cachan, 61 avenue du Président Wilson, 94 230 Cachan

Organisation committee
Deadline for sending the proposals: 
30 March, 2015 (All day)
Deadline for submitting the papers: 
30 May, 2015 (All day)

In 2012 Gerpisa launched its 6th international research programme on “the structuring of new automobile industries and the restructuring of old ones”. Its main hypothesis was that these two processes were interlinked and would have crucial consequences for the geopolitical balance of the world automotive industry. Since 2012 the work conducted and presented at Gerpisa's annual international colloquiums has confirmed this assumption, but some of the radical changes we expected to take place in product policies (from global models to local heterogeneity) and productive organization (from global platforms to multi-domestic ones) remain to be confirmed. Yet, it is the very organization of innovation activities within the automotive sector that is perhaps undergoing the most radical changes both in its geographical distribution amongst mature and emerging countries, and its division of work between carmakers, OEMs and new players, and between traditional R&D centers within these firms, new R&D subsidiaries and external partners.
This Call for Papers thus asks for submissions that examine if and how these radical changes are taking place. More generally, we will welcome papers that explore how restructuring processes in old automotive industries (TRIAD) and structuring processes in new automotive industries (BRIC and new emergent markets) affect innovation, and how new patterns of innovation alter the overall balance of the global automotive industry. How the challenges coming from new markets, new green regulations and new patterns of mobility, are changing the rules of the innovation game? How the structuring/restructuring process and the greening of automotive industry are redistributing the cards amongst incumbent and challengers? Who (amongst carmakers, OEMs, service providers) and where (amongst TRIAD and emergent countries) is winning the game and why?

In order to explore these questions, 6 specific series of questions are proposed below. We also draw your attention to the special issue of the international journal IJATM that will be based on a selection of the best papers presented during the colloquium, including the winner of the young author’s prize (vii).

i) Automobilisation of societies, new and used car markets, and business opportunities in the industry
ii) New powertrains and new forms of mobilities: global tendencies, politics and markets
iii) Carmakers at a crossroads: new product architectures and new productive organizations?
iv) Fragmentation of supply chains and growth of international transactions
v) Industrial policies in American, Asian, and European automotive industries: regionalisation and innovation
vi) Employment relationships: competencies in transition?
vii) IJATM special issue (GERPISA colloquium) and the young author’s prize

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Valeo or the narrow door between long-term industrial strategy and shareholder impatience

Your money or your life!

Last week's exercise by Jacques Aschenbroich, Valeo's CEO, was quite emblematic of the difficulty that top managers in the automotive industry will face in the coming months. With a stagnant market at best and strong regulatory pressures, financial results will almost inevitably fall short of the promises made in the major strategic plans that each had developed. Analysts and financial markets will not appreciate and will drive down share prices.
 
CEOs will then have to stand firm and defend their long-term strategies and the investments that embody them against strong shareholder pressure.
 
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Despite their good results, French automakers are imposing wage moderation

French automakers now imposing wage moderation...

February in corporate France is both the month of the presentation of financial results and the month in which management and trade union organisations must close the so-called Négociations Annuelles Obligatoires ("mandatory annual negotiations").
 
Led in the midst of the "yellow vests" social movement in a context where PSA is doing very well and Renault is doing well, one might have expected that after having imposed years of hardship, manufacturers would have given up a little in France and granted the wage increases requested by the unions for 2019.
Indeed, while management is quite happy to grant bonuses that have the great merit of being able to be awarded or not from one year to the next depending on the company's results, and are also exempt from social security contributions, they are reluctant to accept general salary increases.
Conversely, trade unions would like to obtain wage increases that are irreversible and involve an increase in contributions and, therefore, in unemployment or pension rights later.
 
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De quoi le renoncement de Koolicar à poursuivre l’aventure de la location entre particuliers est-il le signe ?

Stop the train I'm leaving

Le Landerneau des "nouvelles mobilités" a du faire face  mi-2018 à la fin d’Autolib’ qui a montré combien il reste difficile de développer de manière rentable un service d’auto-partage utilisant une flotte dédiée. read more

Fin 2018, on apprenait qu’une des start-ups pionnières de l’auto-partage entre particuliers, Koolicar, fermait sa plateforme dédiée pour se recentrer sur leur autre activité, Open Fleet qui offre à des gestionnaires de divers types de flottes les outils qui leur permettent d’en optimiser les usages en les partageant.
 

L’automobile : ses usages et ses coûts sociaux

Journée du Gerpisa n°: 
246
Date: 
15 March, 2019 - 09:30 - 11:00
Place: 

Ministère de la Transition écologique et solidaire
Tour Séquoia (derrière le CNIT à 200m au nord-ouest de la Grande Arche de La Défense)
Salle R1A

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Hard Brexit and the car industry

Hard Brexit, take your bets : 7 weeks to go...

The weekly column of Bernard Jullien , former director of Gerpisa, lecturer in economics (University of Bordeaux) and scientific advisor to the Essca Group's Chair of Network Management.

No one had wanted to believe in Brexit and it came. No one wanted to believe in a "no deal" and this is the scenario that is now emerging.
 
It was clear that it was politically important for Brussels to flex muscles and to indicate that opting out would have a cost. 
It was clear that Brexit supporters, on the other hand, were keen on showing that they did not intend to let themselves be reimposed on Brussels standards as part of a deal.
However, it was thought on both sides that reason would eventually prevail and that well-understood interests on both sides of the Channel would lead to a Norwegian-style free-trade agreement. 
The anti-Theresa May vote on 15 January shattered these hopes, which were a reason not to be very actively preparing for a "no-deal". In the automotive industry, as elsewhere, we must take up our calculatoragain and try to understand very quickly what is likely to happen.
 
To this end, a number of statistical realities should be recalled with respect to British motor vehicle foreign trade. 
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