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    Title: 智慧資本、中國區域創新能力與分析師預測行為
    Intellectual Capital, Regional Innovation Capability of China, and Analysts' Forecast Behavior
    Authors: 高郁婷
    Kao, Yu Ting
    Contributors: 詹凌菁
    Kao, Yu Ting
    Keywords: 區域創新能力
    Regional innovation capability
    analysts' forecast behavior
    research and development expenditure
    innovation disclosure
    Date: 2012
    Issue Date: 2013-07-11 16:26:46 (UTC+8)
    Abstract: 區域技術創新能力是展現區域將知識轉化為經濟的能力,是區域競爭力的重要內容。由於區域創新能力是造成中國各區域經濟發展差距的主要原因之一。本研究採用中國之上市公司為研究對象,探討公司創新活動的揭露與中國各省(自治區、直轄市)創新能力對分析師預測行為及分析師預測跟隨人數之影響。由三個面向檢視區域創新能力:研究與試驗發展全時人員當量增長率(REGTH)、政府研發投入占GDP比例(GIGDP)、每百萬人平均發明專利授權數(AVPAT)。研究結果發現創新活動揭露越多之公司,分析師之預測誤差程度越低、分析師之離散度越高且能吸引越多分析師對公司做預測。區域創新能力指標REGTH越高地區,分析師預測跟隨人數越少;區域創新能力指標GIGDP越高地區,分析師之預測誤差程度越低、分析師之離散度越低、分析師預測跟隨人數越少;區域創新能力指標AVPAT越高地區,分析師之預測誤差程度越低、分析師之離散度越低、分析師預測跟隨人數越多。
    Regional innovation capability is an important competitive ability to improve the economic development in China. Using a sample of Chinese listed companies, this study investigates the extent to which innovation disclosure at the company level and regional innovation capabilities affect analysts’ forecast characteristics in terms of forecast error, and forecast dispersion, and the number of analysts’ following. The indicators of regional innovation capabilities are the growth rate of R&D full-time equivalent personnel (REGTH), regional government's investment in R&D per GDP (GIGDP), and average of innovation patent authorized per millions of people in one region (AVPAT). The results indicate that firms with more innovation disclosures improve analysts’ forecast error, and regions with higher GIGDP and AVPAT also improve analysts’ forecast error. For firms with more innovation disclosures increase analysts’ forecast dispersion, and for regions with lower GIGDP and AVPAT increase analysts’ forecast dispersion. I also find firms with more innovation disclosures attract more analysts’ following, and regions with higher REGTH and GIGDP have less analysts’ following, while regions with higher AVPAT attract more analysts’ following.
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