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    Title: State-Firm Strategic Coordination and Technological Innovation in the Software Industry in China: A Comparative Study of Shanghai and Shenzhen
    Authors: 王琛;林初昇;楊帆;歐陽安蛟
    Wang, Cassandra C.;Lin, George C. S.;Yang, Fiona F.;Ouyang, An-Jiao
    Keywords: Information technology ; technological innovation ; strategic coordination ; Shanghai ; Shenzhen
    Date: 2012-12
    Issue Date: 2016-11-18 15:35:25 (UTC+8)
    Abstract: Recent theoretical attempts to understand the dynamics of technological innovation have been based predominantly on the theory of localized knowledge spillover which sees technological innovation as the result of inter-firm interactions in the process of industrial clustering. This study introduces a new analytical framework that goes beyond inter-firm knowledge exchange and highlights the significance of the strategies and selectivity of both the state and firms to understand the dynamics of technological innovation in a transitional economy such as China. A comparative study on the strategies and selectivity of central government, local government, and individual firms in both Shanghai and Shenzhen, the two key city-regions in China, has found that difference in the degree of state-firm strategic coordination- or the dynamic process in which firms' innovation-related strategies are coordinated with the ”strategic selectivity” of the central and/or local governments- is a significant factor explaining the regional variation in technological innovation. The Chinese experience demonstrates that the uneven growth of technological innovation has been contingent upon how the state builds a favorable institutional structure and market environment to stimulate, encourage, and support firms' innovative activities and how firms actively respond to the institutional environment created by the state.
    Relation: Issues & Studies,48(4),37-71
    Data Type: article
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