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    Title: 企業國際化程度對技術創新之影響-以台灣企業集團為例
    The impact of internationalization on technological innovation : the case of Taiwan’s business groups
    Authors: 魏婉如
    Wan-Ju Wei
    Contributors: 譚丹琪
    Tan, Dan Chi
    Wan-Ju Wei
    Keywords: 國際化
    Date: 2011
    Issue Date: 2012-10-30 11:42:56 (UTC+8)
    Abstract: 世界各國中皆存在著許多企業集團,發展的興盛的例如韓國、日本及許多開發中國家等,而台灣也有著不少企業集團,企業集團往往因為財力雄厚、資源豐富而能夠策略性多角化擴張甚至持續投入研發,進一步強化集團的競爭能力,尤其進入了全球化時代後,各企業的國際化程度不斷地提高,營收來源不斷增加,創新的來源也更加多元。本研究針對台灣的企業集團,探討其在國際化程度上,是否能夠提高創新活動。


    There are abundant business groups in the world, such as in Korea, Japan, and many emerging markets, so as in Taiwan. Business groups are endowed with their financial power and fruitful resources that allow them to keep making R&D inputs continuously, especially in this kind of highly competitive global environment which push the degree of internationalization of companies condense time by time. Also the source of innovation become diverse recent years, this research is going to find out about the relationship of degree of internationalization and the innovation performance.

    We use the data of 113 Taiwanese business groups in the period of 1996 to 2000. In this period, Taiwan’s government carry out an array of privatization, deregulation and liberation policies that reduce trade barriers that allows business group to grow even bigger or much more globally. However, whether the more international they are, will Tai be more innovative? Will they have better innovation performance? That’s what this research going to figure out.

    We use OLS model to test our two hypotheses:
    1. Will the increase of degree in internationalization of Taiwanese business group positively affect the performance of innovation in domestic market in a decreasing rate?
    2. Will the increase of degree in internationalization of Taiwanese business group positively affect the performance of innovation in foreign market in a decreasing rate?

    Our results show that first hypothesis cannot be supported but the second hypothesis can be supported. So we can infer that when the degree of internationalization of Taiwanese business group would positively affect the innovation performances in the foreign market, because the various learning in foreign markets would feedback into the system of innovation of business groups.
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