“Digital entrepreneurs in factory economies: Evidence from the automotive industry in Hungary”, Andrea Szalavetz (IWE CERS, Hungary)

Andrea Szalavetz has contributed to the new book “The challenge of digital transformation in the automotive inductry: Jobs, upgrading and the prospects for development”.

This book addresses the impact of new technologies, typically discussed under the heading of Industry 4.0. It focuses in particular on the automotive industry which has been at the forefront of introducing new technologies such as industrial robots. It analyses their impact on working conditions and employment as well as on the role of production sites in the value chain. The book also addresses the extent to which digital transformation represents an opportunity, or a challenge, for the countries that specialise in manufacturing production as far as their development prospects and competitiveness are concerned.

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