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    Title: 災難經驗與女性賦權對疫情後創新的影響
    The Impact of Disaster Experience and Women Empowerment on Post-Covid Innovation
    Authors: 許鏸尹
    Xu, Hui-Yin
    Contributors: 陳嬿如
    Chen, Yenn-Ru
    Xu, Hui-Yin
    Keywords: 災難經驗
    Disaster Experience
    Women Empowerment
    Mergers and Acquisitions
    Date: 2023
    Issue Date: 2023-08-02 12:57:52 (UTC+8)
    Abstract: COVID-19造成生活的巨大改變,也增加了全球產業創新與轉型的需求。近期的研究指出,過去的SARS經驗將成為國家面對疫情不確定的助力,使得這些國家能夠有更迅速、更適當的回應。新聞媒體也發現女性賦權在COVID-19期間發揮關鍵作用,女性領導者能夠更有效的控制疫情所帶來的負面影響、並降低疫情的傳播。本研究使用2017至2022年間14個亞洲國家的併購樣本,並蒐集總計879篇文本進行分析,探討SARS經驗及女性賦權對COVID-19後企業創新併購的影響。本研究發現具有重大SARS經驗的國家在COVID-19後有更多以創新為目的之併購交易,此結果在控制了國家及產業的固定效果後依然穩健。此外,若女性賦權較高,則該國企業進行以創新為目的之併購交易量也會提升。整體而言,SARS經驗、女性賦權對COVID-19後企業的創新併購具有顯著的正向作用。
    The emergence of COVID-19 causes consideration alterations to our lives and boosts up the need for industrial innovation and digital transformation worldwide. Recent studies suggest that the experiences with SARS help countries cope with the unpredictability of the virus, allowing them to react faster and more effectively. On top of that, many news also address that women`s empowerment is critical during this pandemic. Female leaders possess a greater ability to control the negative impact of COVID-19 and restrict its spread.
    This study uses merger and acquisition examples from fourteen Asian nations from 2017 to 2022. 879 texts are collected to examine the effects of the SARS experience and female empowerment on corporate innovation M&A during the COVID-19 pandemic. The findings indicate that countries with heavily SARS exposure have more innovation-oriented mergers and acquisitions following the appearance of COVID-19. This result remains strong even after controlling for country and industry factors. Furthermore, if women`s empowerment is greater, the number of mergers and acquisitions for innovative purposes will also increase. Overall, the experience of SARS and the advancement of women have had a considerable positive outcome on post-COVID-19 businesses` creative combinations and purchases.
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