Evaluating the Risk of Plant Closure in the Automotive Industry in Spain

@article{AlezAller2008EvaluatingTR,
  title={Evaluating the Risk of Plant Closure in the Automotive Industry in Spain},
  author={Ricardo Al{\'a}ez-Aller and Maite Barneto-Carmona},
  journal={European Planning Studies},
  year={2008},
  volume={16},
  pages={61 - 80}
}
Abstract This study looks at the reorganization of production in the context of a multi-plant firm in the automotive industry. Changes in such firms may result in the closure of some plants and/or the opening of others. The article provides a method for assessing the risk of plant closure, and then applies that method to a specific case: the automotive plants located in the Spanish region of Navarre. This entails acknowledging the factors that increase what has come to be known as the “degree… Expand
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