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Title: The Effect of Competitive and Non-Competitive R&D Collaboration on Firm Innovation
Authors: Huang, Kuo-Feng;Yu, Chwo-Ming Joseph
黃國峯;于卓民
Contributors: 企管系
Keywords: In-house R&D;R&D alliances;R&D collaboration;Innovation;Partner selection;Taiwan’s information and communication technology industry;O32
Date: 2011-08
Issue Date: 2014-02-26 16:03:02 (UTC+8)
Abstract: A firm can improve its innovation either by its internal research and development (R&D) efforts or by forming external collaborative R&D alliances. While previous studies on R&D collaboration and knowledge diffusion mainly focus on various external sources of R&D collaboration, little effort has been made to investigate the joint impact of competitive and non-competitive R&D collaborations on firm innovation simultaneously. By examining the data of 165 Taiwanese firms in the information and communication technology industry, we find that: (1) non-competitive R&D collaborations with universities have a positive direct impact on firm’s innovation performance; and (2) both non-competitive and competitive R&D collaborations have a positively moderating effect on the relationship between a firm’s internal R&D efforts and firm innovation and the positive moderating effect is higher for non-competitive R&D collaborations than that of competitive R&D collaborations. These findings suggest that R&D collaborations, either non-competitive or competitive, exhibit the nature of a win–win situation. We also derive implications for firms’ selection of R&D alliance partners and government policies.
Relation: The Journal of Technology Transfer, 36(4), 383-403
Data Type: article
DOI 連結: http://dx.doi.org/10.1007/s10961-010-9155-x
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