Vanishing value chains, industrial districts and HRM in the Brazilian automotive industry

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Dibben, P.; Meira, J.; Linhares, C.; Bruce, R.; Wood, G.;
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Industrial districts in the Brazilian automotive industry have facilitated just-in-time production, functional flexibility, and compatibility of HR practices since the 1980s. However, this model has been threatened by global over-capacity and the rise of low cost suppli... View more
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