Globalization of the automobile industry: traditional locations under pressure?

Research, Part of book or chapter of book, Preprint English OPEN
Julius Spatz; Peter Nunnenkamp;
(2002)
  • Publisher: Kiel: Kiel Institute for the World Economy (IfW)
  • Subject: revealed comparative advantages | USA | specialization profiles | Deutschland | Japan | Competitive pressure | Globalisierung | F14 | L62 | relative wages | employment restructuring | Internationaler Wettbewerb | Kraftfahrzeugindustrie | outsourcing | Standortwettbewerb | Competitive pressure, outsourcing, specialization profiles, revealed comparative advantages, relative wages, employment restructuring | Beschäftigungseffekt
    • jel: jel:L62 | jel:F14
      ddc: ddc:330

Even though the automobile industry is technologically advanced, the increasing integration of low-income countries into the global division of labor has put competitive pressure on traditional automobile producing countries. New end-producers emerged in Asia, Latin Ame... View more
  • References (4)

    1. Theoretical Models on Distributional Effects of Globalization .......... 14

    2. Intersectoral Distributional Effects .................................................. 16

    3. Intrasectoral Distributional Effects .................................................. 19

    1. Specialization Patterns in the German, Japanese and US Automobile Industry ...................................................................... 31

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