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Title: 國際化與創新表現:吸收能力與區位選擇之調節效果
Internationalization and Firm Innovation Performance: The Moderating Effects of Absorptive Capacity and Location Choice
Authors: 謝存瑞;陳俞如;葉日崧
Contributors: 商業教育系
Keywords: 國際化;創新;吸收能力;投資區位;Internationalization;Innovation;Absorptive Capacity;Location
Date: 2011-10
Issue Date: 2012-08-27T11:35:37Z
Publisher: 中華民國企業管理學會;國立交通大學經營管理研究所
Abstract: 國際化與創新一直以來都是研究廠商策略的重要議題,引起學術界與實務界廣泛的注意,本文目的在於探討國際化與創新之間的關係,同時進一步瞭解廠商的吸收能力與投資區位如何影響國際化與創新之間的關係。本研究以台灣製造業為樣本,採用負二項迴歸模式檢測假說,實證結果顯示廠商的國際化與創新表現有顯著正向的關係,而且當廠商具有較高的吸收能力以及投資區位在先進國家時,廠商國際化對創新的正向影響將會獲得強化。本文主要貢獻在於透過實證研究,系統性地探討國際化與創新之間的關係,並且同時考量吸收能力與投資區位對國際化與創新之間的影響。
Internationalization and innovation have long been important research issues in strategic management. This study aims to investigate the relationship between internationalization and innovation and further to understand the moderating role of absorptive capacity and FDI location. We employ negative binomial regression to test our hypotheses by selecting Taiwanese manufacturing firms as our sample. The empirical results show that firm internationalization has significant positive association with innovation. Also, we find that the impact of internationalization on innovation will be heightened when firms have better absorptive capacity and invest in developed countries. This study has made contributions to literature through systematic investigation on how firm internationalization influences the level of innovation considering firm absorptive capacity and FDI location.
Relation: 管理與系統, 18(4): 607-632
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