9780230293564

The Migrating Motor Industry

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  • ISBN13:

    9780230293564

  • ISBN10:

    0230293565

  • Format: Hardcover
  • Copyright: 2015-09-14
  • Publisher: Palgrave Macmillan

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Summary

The global automotive industry is in a state of evolution, entering the biggest period of change in its 120+ years of existence. In this book, the author presents a holistic, historic and all-encompassing analysis of the global automotive industries and the changes anticipated over the next 510 years.

Author Biography

PETER N. C. COOKE is the KPMG Professor of Automotive Management and Head of Center at the University of Buckingham Business School in the United Kingdom. He is arguably one of the best known academics in Europe specializing in the automotive industries with over forty years of experience: twenty years in the industry itself and twenty years as an increasingly recognized analyst, commentator, and academic focusing on the total industry. He is also an award-winning writer in the professional and technical press in the UK, Europe, and wider afield and appears regularly on both radio and television.

Table of Contents

Introduction;
Part I: Global Automotive Industry
Historic Automotive Industry Development
Consolidation and Migration
Future Shape of the Automotive Industries
Part II: Automotive Manufacturing Industries
Automotive Supply Chain
Vehicle Assemblers - The OEMs
Research & Development & the Growth of Technology
Global Components Industry
Part III: Automotive Distribution &Operation
Vehicle Distribution
Developing Automotive Markets
Vehicle Service & Support & Ancillary Industries
Part IV: Used Vehicle Industry
Used Car Industry
Used LCV Industry
End of Life
Part V: Emerging Industry Issues
Industry Requirements: Training & Education
Role of Higher Education & Research
Where Next?
Part VI: Tailpiece
Implications &Conclusions
Appendix/Bibliography

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