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3. The Institutional Perspective

verfasst von : Leander Kauschke

Erschienen in: The Transition to Smart Mobility

Verlag: Springer Fachmedien Wiesbaden

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Abstract

The basic assumption of this work is that linear mobility is essentially developing into a service-oriented fabric of interactions. Such an evolution will likely enforce the alteration of roles and actors in the automobile regime. Such processes offer space for pioneering and realigning previous strategic, functional, and task-related positions. Institutions (actors) will increasingly ask themselves what position they can take within a new framework of mobility provision. Untapped market potentials open up when agility is reflected in technical solutions as well as in the economic environment.

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Fußnoten
1
IRM, with its division into technical and economic roles, focuses on ensuring both technical operability and, above all, economic marketability. With regard to the combination of these two aspects, IRM exceeds classical operator models.
 
2
See Section 3.2.1.3 for potential barriers.
 
3
Levels include meso (e.g., economic level), meta (e.g., sectoral level) or micro (e.g., business level) observations.
 
4
In this relation, Autopoiesis paraphrases the emergence of a living and adaptable system from the network of elements that compose it. Our present ideas of the future are to be distinguished from the ones of tomorrow. Analogously, today’s optimal solution is likely not to last forever.
 
5
Related to freedom from regulation.
 
6
Related to the rate of net business formations.
 
7
Please see https://​fgvt.​htwsaar.​de/​site/​en/​projects/​ for further information on project partners, content and funding.
 
8
See the institutions of smart mobility in Table  3.3, Section 3.1.2.
 
9
Hidden champions are medium-sized companies that have become world market leaders in niche segments.
 
10
See Figure 3.6. IRM matrix for smart mobility, Section 3.2.3.
 
11
See Figure 3.6. IRM matrix for smart mobility, Section 3.2.3.
 
12
Please refer to Section 4.​1.​2 for a general discussion on IRM advances.
 
13
See Figure 1.​3. Two views on smart mobility regime change within the MLP, Section 1.​3.​3.
 
14
See Figure 3.3. The five steps of IRM, Section 3.1.2.
 
Metadaten
Titel
The Institutional Perspective
verfasst von
Leander Kauschke
Copyright-Jahr
2023
DOI
https://doi.org/10.1007/978-3-658-43001-6_3

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