Italian Observatory on Automotive Supply Chain 

 

The automotive supply chain represents one of the most important industry in Italy. It involves almost 2,000 companies, over 200,000 employees and a total turnover of around € 57 billion.

CAMI  provides the scientific coordination of the observatory, which is developed in partnership with ANFIA and the Turin Chamber of Commerce​

Post-merger "network" integration: the case of Fiat and Chrysler

The project is based on a longitudinal analysis of the merger between Fiat and Chrysler. In the automotive industry, i.e. the context in which the merger takes place, many technologies are owned and produced by automotive suppliers with interests of their own as well as limitations in their knowledge, competence, and abilities, that is often where they sit. This latter aspect is what distinguishes our perspective from other analyses of mergers.​

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