Conferences, seminars and workshops

Mapping specialisations in the automotive international trade: a multilayer network analysis

ARS'19 Seventh International Workshop on Social Network Analysis | 29-31 ottobre 2019, Vietri sul Mare, Salerno | MULTILAYER, MULTILEVEL AND MULTIMODE NETWORKS

From wage bargaining to the negotiation on “cognitive surplus value”: reflections on a laboratory for Industry 4.0 in Lamborgh

40th IWPLMS - September 9th & 10th 2019, in Düsseldorf

From wage bargaining to the negotiation on “cognitive surplus value”: reflections on a laboratory for Industry 4.0 in Lamborgh

27th Gerpisa International Colloquium (11-14 June 2019 ENS Paris-Saclay, Cachan, Paris)

Dalla contrattazione sulle retribuzioni a quella sul plusvalore cognitivo: riflessioni su un laboratorio per Industria 4.0

Relazione al Terzo convegno SISEC (Napoli, 31 gennaio – 2 febbraio 2019): Sviluppo e disuguaglianze. A sud del nord e a nord del sud. Sessione: Operai 4.0: processi organizzativi e di lavoro, azione collettiva e partecipazione politica

Cinquanta anni di contrattazione di secondo livello: che cosa impariamo dal caso Lamborghini?

Policy seminar, Dipartimento di Economia e Management | Università di Ferrara | 27 novembre 2018

Present and future of Industry 4.0 in the automotive supply chain

Open classroom_13th April 2018, Dipartimento di Economia, Aula C, via Fontanelli 11, Modena

Work in the factory, the work factory

seminar, 30/11/2017, School of Psychology and Education Science, Bologna University

Digitalization in the automotive supply chain: framework for a cross-country analysis

international workshop, 29/08/2017, Department of Management, Ca' Foscari University, Venice, Italy

Enterprise and new work cultures: a multidisciplinary approach

workshop, 17/05/2017, University of Campania, Caserta

Productive specializations of the automotive supply chain in the Atlas of Economic Complexity

open class, 11/04/2017, Department of Economics, Unoversity of Modena and Reggio Emilia

Conferences, seminars and workshops

Publications

Heading for a Crash? The Future of the Automobile Industry

INET web article

The Future of the Automotive Industry: Dangerous Challenges or New Life for a Saturated Market?

INET Working paper

Digital transformation in the automotive supply chain: a comparative perspective

in "Economic Policy, Crisis and Innovation. Beyond Austerity in Europe"

Innovazione tecnologica e organizzazione del lavoro: il ruolo del sindacato nel caso Lamborghini

QRS - Quaderni di Rassegna Sindacale, (3), pp. 45–64 2019

Osservatorio automotive Emilia-Romagna_2019

book chapter

Digital upgrade in the automotive supply chain in Mexico: issues and challenges

working paper

Digital transformation in the automotive supply chain: China, Germany, Italy and Japan in a comparative perspective

working paper

Conflict and participation in bargaining at company level: the Lamborghini case

Economia & Lavoro, 1(2019), pp. 53-74

Cinquanta anni di contrattazione di secondo livello: che cosa impariamo dal caso Lamborghini?

working paper

Clusters of specializations in the automotive supply chain in Italy. An empirical analysis using text mining (2017) Pasquale Pavone, Margherita Russo, DEMB Working Paper Series 116, pp. 35

working paper

Publications

Metalnet: research and didactic activities on competences networks in mechanics

Metalnet is an applied research lab launched in Modena in 1999 to study production systems specialized in mechanical production.
It is linked to the experiences of structural observatories in the province of Modena, in Emilia-Romagna and other Italian areas. These observatories originated in the 1970s thanks to empirical research on the production structure, to which Sebastiano Brusco made an original contribution.
In the period 2000-2014, Metalnet flanked the action-research project
Officina Emilia.
Since 2014, Metalnet is a Laboratory of the Research Centre for the Analysis of Public Policies - CAPP of the Department of Economics Marco Biagi, University of Modena Reggio Emilia.
In 2016, Metalnet started a reserch activity on the automotive industry's production chain, carried out in collaboration with the Center for Automotive Mobility and Innovation CAMI , of the University of Venice "Ca’ Foscari".
Metalnet  carries out research activities that also involve  students and trainees, and is  associated with research groups in Italy and abroad that collaborate to refine tools and models for the analysis of the production structure.