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Innovation and export behaviour at the firm level

Katharine Wakelin

Innovation and export behaviour at the firm level

by Katharine Wakelin

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Published by National Institute of Economic and Social Research in London .
Written in English


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StatementKatharine Wakelin.
SeriesDiscussion paper / National Institute of Economic and Social Research -- no.94
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Open LibraryOL13843564M

A measure of the extent to which a firm, industry, or entire economy is producing as much as the stock of its capital goods and current knowledge would allow. The equipment, buildings, and other durable inputs used in producing goods and services, including where applicable any patents or other intellectual property that is used. Raw materials. The Journal of Innovation and Entrepreneurship is proud to be a completely Gold Open Access journal, freely accessible to anyone with an internet connection. This report breaks down the impact of JIAE's publications, on social media, in the press, and more.

Clusters and firm-level innovation: A configurational analysis of agglomeration, network and institutional advantages in European aerospace Research Policy, Vol. 49, No. 3 The antecedents of green technologies: The role of team-level recombinant capabilitiesCited by:   In terms of the question of how innovative is the Caribbean, and what factors affect innovation at the business level, the recent book found that while only 26 per cent of Caribbean companies had.

international business. That is, the firm‘s senior management should explicitly define the firm‘s guiding principles in terms of an international mandate rather than allow the firm‘s guiding principles in terms as an incidental adjunct to its domestic activities. Incorporating an international outlook into the firm‘s basicFile Size: 1MB. were exploring a moderating effect of firm size or age on the relationship of analysed variables of interests like for example, relationship between institutional quality and export performance (LiPuma, ), relationship between organizational innovation, learning and performance (Hui et al., ) or relationship between R&DFile Size: KB.


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This paper considers the role of innovation in determining export behaviour for a sample of UK firms. The sample includes firms which have had a major innovation; based on the SPRU survey of innovations, and are defined as innovating firms. The rest of the sample of made up of non-innovating firms which have not had a major innovation.

Export behaviour is defined in a dual. Downloadable. We analyze how demand conditions faced by a firm impacts its innovation decisions. To disentangle the direction of causality between innovation and demand conditions, we construct a firm-level export demand shock which responds to aggregate conditions in a firm’s export destinations but is exogenous to firm-level : Philippe Aghion, Antonin Bergeaud, Matthieu Lequien, Marc J.

Melitz. The emergence of new firm-level data, including the European Community Innovation Survey (CIS), has led to a surge of studies on innovation and firm behaviour. This book documents progress in four interrelated fields: investigation of the use of new indicators of innovation output investigation of determinants of innovative behaviour.

The aim of this paper is to provide new evidence and findings about the relationship between innovation and export behaviour at micro-level (firm). The emergence of new firm-level data, including the European Community Innovation Survey (CIS), has led to a surge of studies on innovation and firm behaviour.

This book documents progress in four interrelated fields: investigation of the use of. Process innovation is the “implementation of new or significantly improved production or delivery methods”. It may be considered changes in tools, human capital, and working methods or a combination of these such as install of new or improved software to speed up the claim settlement process and policy issuing ().Josheph Schumpeter stressed that process innovation as the Cited by: Examining human-capital, firm-level, and sociological and cultural attributes, results show that female export managers have less experience than men, are newer in managerial positions and are associated with the service sector; we also observe that export management experience, time in current position and firm export experience have different.

The book tackles the main issues and problems of a tradition-based innovation approach, tracing the patterns of how old and new knowledge can be combined. Key Features Proposes a new strategic model for promoting and sustaining innovation at product level.

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Featured Articles. DIGITAL TRANSFORMATION OF BUSINESS MODELS — BEST PRACTICE, ENABLERS, AND ROADMAP. DANIEL SCHALLMO, CHRISTOPHER A. WILLIAMS and. that product and process innovations preface had a positive effect on export behaviour. However, there are other studies on product and process innovation with firm performance, which were found to have dissimilarities with studies highlighted File Size: KB.

Book. Full-text available. FDI and Innovation as Drivers of Export Behaviour: Firm-Level Evidence from East Asia Foreign Direct Investment, Innovation, and Exports: Firm-Level. The relationship between firm size and export behavior revisited. Journal of International Business International diversification.

effects on innovation and firm performance in product-diversified firms. Academy of Management Innovation and export behaviour at the firm level. Research Policy, 26(7/8), Google Scholar Cited by: India in the Global Software Industry Innovation, Firm Strategies and Development. Authors: firm, and product level and the significance of national policies to sustain the competitiveness of the Indian IT sector.

Show all. About the authors. India in the Global Software Industry Book Subtitle Innovation, Firm Strategies and Development Brand: Palgrave Macmillan UK. On the moderating estimations, there are mixed results regarding the blend of employees’ qualifications, training and internal R&D.

Based on this, while the share of the highly educated workforce supports the introduction of product innovation, it does not, however, substantially increase the probability of firm-level innovativeness regarding.

Cabral, S. (), ‘Comparative export behaviour of foreign and domestic firms in Portugal’, Banco de Portugal Economic Bulletin, March, pp.

69– Google Scholar Davies, S.W. and Lyons, B.R. (), ‘Characterising relative performance: the productivity advantage of foreign owned firms in the UK’, Oxford Economic Papers, 43, pp.

Cited by: 1. This book deals with the interactions and interfaces of entrepreneurship, innovation and IT at both a macro level which concerns the mega environmental drivers of entrepreneurship, innovation and IT as well as a micro level which concerns the contextual factors underpinning the practices of the three.

Innovation can take place at many different levels such as an individual level (improvement), at functional level (process improvement or adaptation), at company level as an entire value chain (product and service innovation, new business models), and at industry level (technology breakthroughs) as systems of innovation (Edquist ).Cited by: 1.

The other group with an interest in firm-level export behaviour is the literature on technological capabilities. Focusing on innovation and learning processes in developing countries, this literature emphasizes the acquisition of technological capabilities as a major source of export advantage at firm-level (see Lall,; Ernst et al.

specific models, major determinants of firm-level profitability include: (1) characteristic^ of the industry in which the firm competes; (2) the firm's position relative to its competitors; and (3) the quality or quantity of the firm's resources.

Scherer ( Ch. 9) surveyed many of the. “Innovation is a new way of doing something, or new stuff that is made useful.” (10) “Innovation occurs when someone uses an invention or an idea to change how the world works, how people organize themselves, or how they conduct their lives.” (11) “Innovation is generally understood as the successful introduction of a new thing or method.

This book carefully studies China’s open national innovation system at national, regional and firm levels. It deciphers how China was able to achieve such a remarkable success in the past, examines how China may sustain dynamic growth in the future and suggests what other countries can learn from China’s by: Communities of Practice | World Bank Group.

Skip to main content. Search + Search By. Title. Description. Keywords. Full Text/Exact Match. FILTER BY. Date. Date. Search Reset Toggle navigation Toggle search. Log In|Register Now; OLC Home; WBx Talks; WBa Academy. This book addresses the foundations of economic growth at the firm level, combining both theoretical and econometric contributions by established scholars.

Challenging contributions revisit Marshall’s view on the management of innovation, investigate the decision of firms to venture into entrepreneurship and clarify some misunderstanding Author: David Audretsch, Taylor Aldridge, Adam Lederer.