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標題: 產業群聚對廠商創新影響之實證研究-以台中科技產業為例
Innovation in Industrial Clusters:Evidence From Technological Firms in Taichung
作者: 王永泰
關鍵字: 產業群聚;廠商創新;人才交流;知識交流;產品創新;製程創新;服務創新;industrial clusters;manufacturer innovation;communication of people;communication of knowledge;product innovation;process innovation;service innovation
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The ability of innovation play a very important role in technology industry.Technological firms apply knowledge to achieve innovation,and the industry clusters build the innovative environment to enhance the innovative ability of firms.
In this study, structural equation modeling (SEM) is the main analytical tool.The investigation method which adopted for this study to issue questionnaires is Purposive Sample, for examples of technology industrial clusters. The results showed that the communication of people and the communication of knowledge is the important factor in industrial clusters, product innovation, process innovation and service innovation is the important factor in manufacturer innovation, and industry cluster has a significant positive impact on innovation.
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