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Świadek Arkadiusz (Uniwersytet Zielonogórski), Szopik-Depczyńska Katarzyna (Uniwersytet Szczeciński)
Title
Własność przedsiębiorstw a aktywność innowacyjna systemu przemysłowego na Pomorzu Zachodnim- podejście ewolucyjne
Ownership of Enterprises and the Innovative Activity of the Industrial System in Western Pomerania Region - an Evolutionary Perspective
Source
Zeszyty Naukowe Uniwersytetu Szczecińskiego. Ekonomiczne Problemy Usług, 2014, nr 115, s. 273-287, tab., bibliogr. 30 poz.
Issue title
10 lat polskich samorządów w Unii Europejskiej. 10. forum samorządowe
Keyword
Innowacje, Przedsiębiorstwo, Własność prywatna, Przemysł, Region
Innovations, Enterprises, Private property, Industry, Region
Note
streszcz., summ.
Abstract
Głównym celem artykułu jest ocena kierunków oddziaływania charakteru własności przedsiębiorstw na aktywność innowacyjną przemysłu w województwie zachodniopomorskim, uwzględniając nakłady na innowacje, wdrażanie nowych rozwiązań i kooperację innowacyjną. Podstawową hipotezą badawczą pracy jest twierdzenie, iż aktywność innowacyjna sytemu gospodarczego w województwie zachodniopomorskim jest zdeterminowana charakterem własności przedsiębiorstw przemysłowych. W badaniu ankietowym dotyczącym działalności innowacyjnej, wzięło udział 1175 przedsiębiorstw przemysłowych regionu Pomorza Zachodniego w latach 2004-2006 oraz 2008-2010. Uzyskane wnioski świadczą o ewolucyjnych zmianach w procesach innowacyjnych realizowanych w regionie. Intensywność innowacyjna przesuwa się powoli z przed-siębiorstw zagranicznych w kierunku tych o mieszanej strukturze własności. Kontrastem dla tych grup podmiotów są przedsiębiorstwa krajowe, które w dalszym ciągu cechują się niskim zainteresowaniem prowadzeniem działalności innowacyjnej, potwierdzając tym samym wnioski uzyskiwane z badań prowadzonych w innych województwach w kraju.(abstrakt autora)

The aim of the study was to determine the significance of the use of probit model-ing and the impact of enterprise's ownership to innovation activity and to determine its effects, in particular investments in innovations, implementation of new solutions and cooperation in innovation field. The basic hypothesis of the research work is the claim that the innovative activity of the economic system in Western Pomerania is determined ownership of industrial enterprises. In the survey on innovation activity, was attended by 1,175 industrial enterprises of the region of Western Pomerania in 2004-2006 and 2008-2010. The conclusions reached indicate evolutionary changes in the innovation processes implemented in the region. The intensity of the innovative towards slowly from foreign companies in the direction those with mixed ownership structure. By con-trast to these groups of entities are national companies, which continue to have a low in-terest in conducting innovative activity, thus confirming the conclusions achived from research carried out in other provinces in Poland.(author's abstract)
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1640-6818
1896-382X
Language
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