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Exploration des interactions entre les Capacités Dynamiques dans l'écosystème automobile marocain : Quel impact sur la performance d'innovation des PME ?

Ghafs, Z. (2024).  Exploration des interactions entre les Capacités Dynamiques dans l'écosystème automobile marocain : Quel impact sur la performance d'innovation des PME ?. (EL ABJANI. A, Ed.).Gerpisa colloquium.

This article explores the impact of firms' dynamic capabilities and ecosystem on innovation within Moroccan automotive SMEs. Utilizing the dynamic capabilities theory and resource-based view, our analysis deepens the understanding of innovation patterns unique to Moroccan SMEs.

Through hypotheses (H1 to H11), we investigate the relationships among various capabilities such as SMEs' adaptation and absorption, ecosystem resilience, coopetition, governance, and openness. Findings underscore the significance of SMEs' absorption and adaptation capabilities, combined with ecosystem coopetition, governance, and resilience, for innovation performance.

In conclusion, this research sheds light on the impact of dynamic capabilities on SME innovation within the Moroccan automotive ecosystem. Our findings provide significant implications for emerging players in the automotive industry and national strategies. Additionally, our study highlights the importance of adapting to the transition to electric and digital technologies, particularly by developing new mobility models and integrating electrification strategies.

Production networks of the Asian automobile industry: regional or global?

Jetin, B. (2018).  Production networks of the Asian automobile industry: regional or global?. International Journal of Automotive Technology and Management. 18(4), 302-328.

Asia is the host of some of the largest automobile markets and top global brands. It has recently taken several initiatives to foster its regional integration, such as Asia-wide trade agreements and infrastructure projects. This article examines the impact of these initiatives on the automobile fragmented production networks of Northeast, Southeast Asia and South Asia to see if they are becoming more regionalised or globalised, and to see if an Asia-wide production network is emerging. We focus on automobile component trade as a proxy of network trade and follow its evolution over the period 2001–2016 at the Asian and subregional level with a special emphasis on two major players, China and Japan. Our results show that a regionalisation process is under way between the three subregions, driven by China and Japan. However, this process is still slow due to the persistence of a high level of protectionism between the three subregions.

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