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標題: 合作網絡對企業創新績效之影響
The Impact of Collaborative Networks on Firm Innovation Performance
作者: 林振弘
Lin, Jhen-Hong
關鍵字: 合作網絡;Collaborative networks;創新績效;鄰近凝聚;整體凝聚;網絡中心勢;負二項模型;Innovation performance;Local cohesion;Global cohesion;Centralization;Negative binominal regression model
出版社: 會計學研究所
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2002 年至2006 年台灣上市櫃中半導體產業之廠商作為研究樣本。由於過去文獻
1.鄰近凝聚(Local Cohesion)之密度、2.整體凝聚(Global Cohesion)之密
化資源與構思以利於網絡成員的創新績效, 此項結果支持Guler and
並非如過去學者所述呈現線性關係,而是呈現先增後減的倒U 型非線性關係,此

This study examine how the configuration of intra-organizational networks
influences organizations’ innovation performance through — 1. local cohesion,
2. global cohesion, 3. centralization and 4. The interaction between centralization and
global cohesion. We test our hypotheses by examining the structure of the Co-inventor
collaboration networks within Taiwan listed firms that operated in the semiconductor
industry between 2002 and 2006, and their innovative outcomes—patents. The result
of this study indicated that local cohesion has a positive impact on the innovation
performance of a firm, and global cohesion has a negative impact. We also find an
interesting result that there is a nonlinear relationship (with inverted-U shape)
between the local cohesion and innovative performance — this finding is different
from the Guler and Nerkar (2012) that observed a linear relationship between these
two variables. It implies that once local cohesion is higher than the critical-point, it
will have a negative impact on the innovation performance of the firm. Our results
also show that the centralization of network has a negative impact on the innovation
performance of a firm and the interaction between centralization and global cohesion
is positively associated with patent outputs, whereby the negative effect of global
cohesion on innovative performance is converted into a positive effect. It suggests
that global cohesion is useful for innovative performance at high levels of
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