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Dzikowski Piotr (European University College of Business)
Sources of Information for Innovation and Innovation Activities in the High Technology Sector in Poland
Global Management Journal, 2015, vol. 7, nr 1,2, s. 40-49, rys., tab., bibliogr. 35 poz.
Słowa kluczowe
Innowacje, Edukacja, Wysoka technika, Przemysł
Innovations, Education, High technique, Industry
This paper presents the results of a study aimed at identifying the nature of the relationship between the types of innovation activities and sources of information for innovation in the Polish high technology (HT) sector between 2008-2013. It was assumed that the importance of the innovation source is proportional to the number and scope of innovation activities involved. The scope of the survey relates to innovation in industrial enterprises belonging to the high-tech sector. This sector is characterized by innovation at the firm level and takes into account the diffusion at the level of firm. Innovation activities include: (1) expenditures on research and development and investments in fixed assets not used prior to the time of the survey, such as (a) buildings, premises and land, (b) machinery and equipment, and (c) computer software; (2) implementation of new products and technological processes; and (3) innovation cooperation. Sources of information for the innovation concerned in the analysis include: customers, internal sources, suppliers, conferences, fairs, exhibitions, competitors, journals, trade magazines, scientific societies, foreign and domestic R&D units, universities, and research units of the Polish Academy of Sciences. The survey covers 374 HT industry companies. The methodological part of the analysis is based on a probit modeling, which allows the determination of probability of innovative behaviors depending on the source of information for the innovation. Each model is described by two probabilities. PI determines the probability of the innovative activity in the selected set of sources. P2 determines the degree of probability of the innovative activity for the rest of sources. A positive sign of a parameter estimate (a>0) suggests the likelihood of the innovative activity increases with the presence of a given source.(original abstract)
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