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タイトル: In-house Integration Model in the Indian Automobile Industry
著者: Tachiki, Dennis S.
発行日: 2012-07-31
抄録:  Since the mid―1980s, Indian automobile companies have been upgrading their technological knowhow to competitively respond to an increasing demand for higher value-added components from domestic and global assemblers. According to the Automotive Component Manufacturers Association of India (ACMA), the auto component market in India should grow at a CARG (compounded annual growth rate) of 11.7 per cent between 2011 and 2015, and the export market at a robust CARG of 18 per cent between 2011 and 2021 (ACMA 2012). In stark contrast to the immutable import substitution origins of the Indian automobile industry in the 1940s, this emerging scenario would make it one of the dynamic automobile component hubs in the world (Dun and Bradstreet 2012). The main research question in our study is why has the Indian automobile industry grown over the past two decades while those in other countries, such as Spain, Mexico and Brazil, have been taken over by multinational corporation? In seeking answers to this question, we visited Indian and foreign automobile companies in three regions of India: Maharashtra (Mumbai, Pune), Tamil Nadu (Chennai), and the National Capital Region (Delhi). In this research note, we focus on how the political economy of the Indian automobile affects the organization of the in-house integration business model characteristic of Indian automobile companies.
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/11078/53


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