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標題: 探討組織合作效益之影響因素:以資訊電子業為例
A Study of Factors in Determining the Effectiveness of Interorganizational Cooperation: Empirical Evidence from the Information Electronic Industry
作者: 吳米華
Wu, Mi-Hua
關鍵字: 組織合作;interorganizational cooperation;時間因素;技術相似性;技術多元化程度;研發密度;temporal effect;technological similarity;technological diversity;R&D intensity
出版社: 會計學研究所
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The purpose of this study is to investigate how technological similarity, technological diversity, and R&D intensity influence the effectiveness of interorganizational cooperation over time. We tested our hypotheses by collecting 7 years firm data from Taiwan Information Electronic Industry companies. At first, we find the effectiveness of interorganizational cooperation increases over time, but it gradually decreases. In addition, as time goes by, technological similarity has a negative impact on the effectiveness of interorganizational cooperation. Our findings also show that as time goes by, technological diversity has a positive impact on the effectiveness of interorganizational cooperation. However, we do not find a significant impact of R&D intensity on the effectiveness of interorganizational cooperation.
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