The cooperation between enterprises: significant part of the innovation process – a case study of the czech machinery industry

Show simple item record Stejskal, Jan cze Merickova, Beata Mikusova cze Prokop, Viktor cze 2017-05-11T11:17:08Z 2017-05-11T11:17:08Z 2016 eng
dc.identifier.issn 1212-3609 eng
dc.description.abstract In recent years, we have been able to see the growing importance of knowledge in the context of the emerging knowledge-based global economy. It is commonly accepted that (i) innovations are brought forward through an interactive process of knowledge generation, diffusion, and application; (ii) innovations are increasingly seen as fundamental to the competitiveness of enterprises and economies; and (iii) knowledge is critical to the process of innovation. The relative importance of cooperation on innovative activity varies and depends upon a number of factors, i.e. the number of cooperative ties and the context in which network relations exist. The determinants of R&D cooperation differ depending on the types of cooperation: (i) the positive impact of enterprise size, R&D intensity, and incoming source-specific spillovers is weaker for competitor cooperation, reflecting greater concerns about appropriability and (ii) institutional spillovers are more generic in nature and positively impact all types of cooperation. The question is the effectiveness of different types and subjects of cooperation. This article aims to analyze the impact of (i) the cooperation and participation in the group of enterprises; (ii) cooperation with universities; (iii) the provision of state aid; on overall enterprises' performance. Analysis was performed on data from Community Innovation Survey (CIS) carried out in the Czech Republic between the period 2010-2012 by using own multiple linear regression models. The results confirm the importance of cooperation between enterprises and the positive impact of participation of enterprises in the enterprise groups. Cooperation with universities and research organizations also has a positive impact on the performance of enterprises in the machinery industry in the Czech Republic. We also show that there were inefficient provisions of public aid in machinery industry in the Czech Republic. eng
dc.format p. 110-122 eng
dc.language.iso eng eng
dc.publisher Technická univerzita v Liberci eng
dc.relation.ispartof E+M Ekonomie a Management, volume 19, issue: 3 eng
dc.rights open access eng
dc.subject Cooperation eng
dc.subject innovation eng
dc.subject knowledge transfer eng
dc.subject machinery industry eng
dc.subject Spolupráce cze
dc.subject mezi cze
dc.subject podniky cze
dc.subject důležitá cze
dc.subject část cze
dc.subject inovačního cze
dc.subject procesu cze
dc.subject případová cze
dc.subject studie cze
dc.subject českého cze
dc.subject strojního cze
dc.subject průmyslu cze
dc.title The cooperation between enterprises: significant part of the innovation process – a case study of the czech machinery industry eng
dc.title.alternative Spolupráce mezi podniky: důležitá část inovačního procesu - případová studie českého strojního průmyslu cze
dc.type article eng
dc.description.abstract-translated Autoři se zaměřili na analýzu dopadu (a) spolupráce ve skupině podniků; (b) spolupráce s univerzitami; (c) vliv státní podpory na tvorbu inovačních výstupů u vybraného spektra průmyslových podniků. K analýze byla využita CIS data a to v letech 2010 - 2012 z České republiky. Autoři využili vlastních lineárních regresních modelů. cze
dc.peerreviewed yes eng
dc.publicationstatus postprint eng
dc.identifier.doi 10.15240/tul/001/2016-3-008 eng
dc.project.ID GA14-02836S/Modelování efektů přelévání znalostí v kontextu regionálního a místního rozvoje eng
dc.identifier.wos 000386122400008
dc.identifier.scopus 2-s2.0-84989170954
dc.identifier.obd 39877901 eng

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