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Author
Knauff Małgorzata (Szkoła Główna Handlowa w Warszawie)
Title
Symetryczne a niesymetryczne przenikanie technologii w teorii i w świetle badań empirycznych
Symmetric versus Asymmetric Technology Spillover in Theoretical and Empirical Research
Source
Zeszyty Naukowe. Organizacja i Zarządzanie / Politechnika Śląska, 2016, z. 96, s. 75-85, bibliogr. 22 poz.
Keyword
Innowacje, Przegląd literatury, Badania empiryczne
Innovations, Literature review, Empirical researches
Note
streszcz., summ.
Abstract
Celem pracy jest znalezienie odpowiedzi na pytanie, czy przenikanie innowacji jest symetryczne, czy niesymetryczne, tzn. czy zależy ono od łącznego zasobu innowacji, czy też raczej przebiega od liderów innowacyjności do imitatorów. W pracy dokonano przeglądu literatury poświęconej modelowaniu przenikania, zarówno prac teoretycznych, jak i empirycznych, aby stwierdzić, że choć w literaturze przeważa pogląd, że przenikanie jest symetryczne, to istnieją istotne przesłanki wskazujące na jego asymetryczną naturę. (abstrakt oryginalny)

The aim of this paper is to answer the question whether the innovation spillover is symmetric or asymmetric, i.e. whether it depends on the total pool of innovation, or rather it leaks from innovation leaders to imitators. The paper is a review of the literature on spillover modeling, both theoretical work and empirical, to conclude that although in the literature prevailing view is that spillover is symmetric, there are significant reasons to pay more attention to its asymmetric nature. (original abstract)
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1641-3466
Language
pol
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