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Addressing the cross-boundary missing link between corporate political activities and firm competencies: The mediating role of institutional capital SSCI Scopus
期刊论文 | 2018 , 27 (1) , 259-268 | INTERNATIONAL BUSINESS REVIEW
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This study examines the mediating effect of institutional capital on the relationship between corporate political activities (CPA) and firm competencies. By adopting an institutional perspective, we identify the influence of a firm's relational CPA and participation CPA, and its two types of institutional capitals, formal institutional capital (FIC) and informal institutional capital (IIC), on the firm's competencies. Based on survey data from multi informants in 303 Chinese firms, our results suggest that firms' institutional capital (IIC/FIC) partially/fully mediates the relationship between CPA and firm competencies. The findings provide the evidence that how nonmarket strategy, such as corporate political activities, affects a firm's institutional capital and then its competencies.

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Internal capability Institutional capital Corporate political activity

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GB/T 7714 Gao, Yu , Yang, Zhuoer , Huang, Kuo-Feng et al. Addressing the cross-boundary missing link between corporate political activities and firm competencies: The mediating role of institutional capital [J]. | INTERNATIONAL BUSINESS REVIEW , 2018 , 27 (1) : 259-268 .
MLA Gao, Yu et al. "Addressing the cross-boundary missing link between corporate political activities and firm competencies: The mediating role of institutional capital" . | INTERNATIONAL BUSINESS REVIEW 27 . 1 (2018) : 259-268 .
APA Gao, Yu , Yang, Zhuoer , Huang, Kuo-Feng , Gao, Shanxing , Yang, Wei . Addressing the cross-boundary missing link between corporate political activities and firm competencies: The mediating role of institutional capital . | INTERNATIONAL BUSINESS REVIEW , 2018 , 27 (1) , 259-268 .
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Managerial ties and product innovation: The moderating roles of macro- and micro-institutional environments EI SSCI Scopus
期刊论文 | 2017 , 50 (2) , 168-183 | LONG RANGE PLANNING | IF: 3.221
WoS CC Cited Count: 4 SCOPUS Cited Count: 7
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Managerial ties include business ties and political ties, but their individual effects on product innovation remain underexplored in the literature. Integrating social network theory and institution theory, this study first proposes a nonlinear relationship between business/political ties and product innovation and further examines the moderating roles of a macro-institutional environment (comparing developed with underdeveloped regions where firms are located) and a micro-institutional environment (i.e., market dynamism) in the proposed relationships. Empirical findings generally confirmed our hypotheses that 1) business ties have an inverted U-shaped effect on product innovation whereas political ties have a U-shaped effect; 2) if firms operate in developed regions their business ties have a stronger influence on product innovation, whereas if they operate in underdeveloped regions their political ties have a stronger influence; and 3) market dynamism positively moderates the curvilinear relationship between business/political ties and product innovation. (C) 2016 Elsevier Ltd. All rights reserved.

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GB/T 7714 Gao, Yu , Shu, Chengli , Jiang, Xu et al. Managerial ties and product innovation: The moderating roles of macro- and micro-institutional environments [J]. | LONG RANGE PLANNING , 2017 , 50 (2) : 168-183 .
MLA Gao, Yu et al. "Managerial ties and product innovation: The moderating roles of macro- and micro-institutional environments" . | LONG RANGE PLANNING 50 . 2 (2017) : 168-183 .
APA Gao, Yu , Shu, Chengli , Jiang, Xu , Gao, Shanxing , Page, Albert L. . Managerial ties and product innovation: The moderating roles of macro- and micro-institutional environments . | LONG RANGE PLANNING , 2017 , 50 (2) , 168-183 .
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How Green Management Influences Product Innovation in China: The Role of Institutional Benefits SSCI Scopus
期刊论文 | 2016 , 133 (3) , 471-485 | JOURNAL OF BUSINESS ETHICS | IF: 2.354
WoS CC Cited Count: 16
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Does being green facilitate product innovation? This study examines whether green management in firms operating in China fosters radical product innovation to a greater extent than it does incremental product innovation and investigates the underlying institutional mechanisms involved in the relationship between green management and product innovation. The findings show that green management is more likely to lead to radical product innovation than to incremental product innovation. Moreover, government support as a formal institutional benefit more strongly mediates the effect of green management on radical product innovation than its effect on incremental product innovation; whereas social legitimacy as an informal institutional benefit more strongly mediates the effect of green management on incremental product innovation than its effect on radical product innovation. These findings provide important implications for explaining how firms employ green management to facilitate product innovation.

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Incremental product innovation Social legitimacy Government support Radical product innovation Green management

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GB/T 7714 Shu, Chengli , Zhou, Kevin Z. , Xiao, Yazhen et al. How Green Management Influences Product Innovation in China: The Role of Institutional Benefits [J]. | JOURNAL OF BUSINESS ETHICS , 2016 , 133 (3) : 471-485 .
MLA Shu, Chengli et al. "How Green Management Influences Product Innovation in China: The Role of Institutional Benefits" . | JOURNAL OF BUSINESS ETHICS 133 . 3 (2016) : 471-485 .
APA Shu, Chengli , Zhou, Kevin Z. , Xiao, Yazhen , Gao, Shanxing . How Green Management Influences Product Innovation in China: The Role of Institutional Benefits . | JOURNAL OF BUSINESS ETHICS , 2016 , 133 (3) , 471-485 .
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Firm Patenting, Innovations, and Government Institutional Support as a Double-Edged Sword EI SSCI SCIE Scopus
期刊论文 | 2015 , 32 (2) , 290-305 | JOURNAL OF PRODUCT INNOVATION MANAGEMENT | IF: 2.086
WoS CC Cited Count: 10
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In 2012, China was ranked fourth in patent filing by region of origin. However, firm innovation quality is not comparable to such quantity. Evidence of this is that no Chinese organization was named as a Thomson Reuters 2011 or 2012 Top 100 Global Innovators. This paradox of firm patenting and innovations in China challenges the traditional understanding of the role of government in industrial innovation. This paper provides a theoretical lens through which to examine traditional protective and strategic patenting motives. Based on institutional theory and the ultimate goals of patenting motives, the paper posits that protective patenting motives are directly law-based while strategic patenting motives are largely law-derived. The paper also aims to empirically examine three questions: (1) What is the relative importance of various patenting motives to firm patenting behaviors? (2) What effects do patenting behaviors have on firm product and process innovations? (3) How, if at all, does governmental institutional support affect firm patenting and innovations? This paper uses dominant analysis, structural equation modeling, and regression analysis to analyze the survey data collected from a sample of 270 firms in China. The empirical results provide new evidence about firm patenting, innovations, and government institutional support. First, the order of relative importance of patenting motives to patenting behaviors was found to be (in the descending order of importance) reputation, exchange, blocking, and protection. Second, patenting behaviors were more relevant to product innovations than to process innovations. Third, more importantly, while government institutional support can enhance the effects of protective patenting motives on patenting behaviors, it can mitigate the effects of strategic patenting motives on patenting behaviors. Moreover, government institutional support reduces the positive effect of patenting behaviors on product innovations. These findings suggest that firm patenting and innovations are distinct activities, and that government institutional support acts as a double-edged sword in firm patenting and innovations: On the one hand government institutional supportan extralegal formal institutionmay work alongside the patent systema law-based formal institutionto advance science and technology, but on the other hand government institutional support may distract firms from commercializing patented knowledge into new products. This paper primarily contributes to institutional theory, new product development literature, and innovation management practice by revealing the dynamics between two different types of formal institutionspatent system and government institutional supportby establishing an institution-based view of patenting motives, by empirically distinguishing firm patenting and innovations, and more interestingly by uncovering a double-edged role of government institutional support in firm patenting and innovations.

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GB/T 7714 Shu, Chengli , Wang, Qin , Gao, Shanxing et al. Firm Patenting, Innovations, and Government Institutional Support as a Double-Edged Sword [J]. | JOURNAL OF PRODUCT INNOVATION MANAGEMENT , 2015 , 32 (2) : 290-305 .
MLA Shu, Chengli et al. "Firm Patenting, Innovations, and Government Institutional Support as a Double-Edged Sword" . | JOURNAL OF PRODUCT INNOVATION MANAGEMENT 32 . 2 (2015) : 290-305 .
APA Shu, Chengli , Wang, Qin , Gao, Shanxing , Liu, Cuijuan . Firm Patenting, Innovations, and Government Institutional Support as a Double-Edged Sword . | JOURNAL OF PRODUCT INNOVATION MANAGEMENT , 2015 , 32 (2) , 290-305 .
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Picturing firms' institutional capital-based radical innovation under China's institutional voids CPCI-SSH SSCI Scopus
会议论文 | 2015 , 68 (6) , 1166-1175 | Conference on Competing in China - Local Firms, Multinationals, and Alliances | IF: 2.129
WoS CC Cited Count: 3
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This study provides an institutional framework to interpret firms' resource management in China. We identify the formal and informal institutional capital that firms acquire via their relational network and solicit from the government, and their distinctive effects on firms' radical innovation. We address how firms' utilization of the formal and informal institutional capital would be influenced by their multi-level contexts (local context, market context, and organizational context). Using a survey data from 280 Chinese high-technology firms, we find that firms' informal institutional capital has a higher positive effect on firms' radical innovation than the formal institutional capital does. The effects of firms' formal institutional capital on radical innovation would be higher in the complex market, and for the state owned enterprises, whereas the effect of firms' informal institutional capital on radical innovation would be higher in the developed provinces but lower in the complex market. (C) 2015 Elsevier Inc. All rights reserved.

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Institutional development level Radical innovation Formal institutional capital Market complexity Ownership Informal institutional capital

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GB/T 7714 Gao, Yu , Gao, Shanxing , Zhou, Yunyue et al. Picturing firms' institutional capital-based radical innovation under China's institutional voids [C] . 2015 : 1166-1175 .
MLA Gao, Yu et al. "Picturing firms' institutional capital-based radical innovation under China's institutional voids" . (2015) : 1166-1175 .
APA Gao, Yu , Gao, Shanxing , Zhou, Yunyue , Huang, Kuo-Feng . Picturing firms' institutional capital-based radical innovation under China's institutional voids . (2015) : 1166-1175 .
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能力二元性对企业竞争力的影响研究--组织冗余的调节效应 CSSCI-C PKU
期刊论文 | 2015 , (5) , 137-147 | 科学学与科学技术管理
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探讨了企业技术能力与营销能力的二元性对企业竞争力的影响以及不同类型的组织冗余对以上关系的调节作用。通过对303套中国制造类企业样本的实证研究发现:技术能力与营销能力的不平衡性与企业竞争力负相关,且两种能力的组合性与企业竞争力正相关;已吸收冗余越多,组合性与企业竞争力的正向关系越强;未吸收冗余越多,不平衡性与企业竞争力的负向关系越弱,组合性与企业竞争力的正向关系越强。

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已吸收冗余 未吸收冗余 能力二元性 营销能力 企业竞争力 技术能力

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GB/T 7714 高山行 , 李妹 , 江旭 . 能力二元性对企业竞争力的影响研究--组织冗余的调节效应 [J]. | 科学学与科学技术管理 , 2015 , (5) : 137-147 .
MLA 高山行 et al. "能力二元性对企业竞争力的影响研究--组织冗余的调节效应" . | 科学学与科学技术管理 5 (2015) : 137-147 .
APA 高山行 , 李妹 , 江旭 . 能力二元性对企业竞争力的影响研究--组织冗余的调节效应 . | 科学学与科学技术管理 , 2015 , (5) , 137-147 .
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生物技术国际立法路径变迁及对策研究
期刊论文 | 2015 , (2) , 83-91 | 西安交通大学学报(社会科学版)
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通过分析生物技术国际立法路径变迁趋势,描述了生物技术国际立法之间的关系,并对比了以《与贸易有关的知识产权协定》(TRIPS)为代表的财产性条约体系与以《生物多样性公约》(CBD)为代表的共有性条约体系,TRIPS强调对技术所有者的保护,CBD强调对资源所有者的保护;认为生物技术国际立法逐渐显出统一合作趋势,日益重视利益平衡原则,对国内法的制约和影响也有所增强;中国需要积极参与生物技术国际条约的制定和执行,提高国内生物技术企业研发能力,增强在条约制定和修订中的发言权.

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立法路径变迁 生物技术产业 国际法

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GB/T 7714 高山行 , 杨张博 . 生物技术国际立法路径变迁及对策研究 [J]. | 西安交通大学学报(社会科学版) , 2015 , (2) : 83-91 .
MLA 高山行 et al. "生物技术国际立法路径变迁及对策研究" . | 西安交通大学学报(社会科学版) 2 (2015) : 83-91 .
APA 高山行 , 杨张博 . 生物技术国际立法路径变迁及对策研究 . | 西安交通大学学报(社会科学版) , 2015 , (2) , 83-91 .
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基于文本挖掘和语义网络方法的战略导向交互现象研究--以生物技术企业为例 CSSCI-C PKU
期刊论文 | 2015 , (1) , 139-150 | 科学学与科学技术管理
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战略导向之间的交互现象是指不同导向在一定时期内能够在同一家企业内共存,从而形成特定的战略导向格局。研究企业战略导向在技术和顾客两个方向上是如何交互并存的,基于顾客战略导向和技术战略导向的强弱差异,从四个维度建立模型。使用路透社企业数据库,选取Biogen、Amgen和Merck三家企业为案例,基于KDD设计文本挖掘模型。研究发现,三家企业表现出多种战略导向格局,但以平衡格局为主。同时使用国内一家大型制药企业的案例作为对比。构建战略行为的语义网络探索不同的战略导向行为是如何共同作用于企业技术创新和产品商业化的。尝试使用KDD和语义网络方法提供一种新的案例分析思路。

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顾客导向 文本挖掘 语义网络 战略导向格局 技术导向

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GB/T 7714 杨张博 , 高山行 . 基于文本挖掘和语义网络方法的战略导向交互现象研究--以生物技术企业为例 [J]. | 科学学与科学技术管理 , 2015 , (1) : 139-150 .
MLA 杨张博 et al. "基于文本挖掘和语义网络方法的战略导向交互现象研究--以生物技术企业为例" . | 科学学与科学技术管理 1 (2015) : 139-150 .
APA 杨张博 , 高山行 . 基于文本挖掘和语义网络方法的战略导向交互现象研究--以生物技术企业为例 . | 科学学与科学技术管理 , 2015 , (1) , 139-150 .
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生物技术国际立法路径变迁及对策研究
期刊论文 | 2015 , (2) | 西安交通大学学报:社会科学版
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通过分析生物技术国际立法路径变迁趋势,描述了生物技术国际立法之间的关系,并对比了以《与贸易有关的知识产权协定》(TRIPS)为代表的财产性条约体系与以《生物多样性公约》(CBD)为代表的共有性条约体系,TRIPS强调对技术所有者的保护,CBD强调对资源所有者的保护;认为生物技术国际立法逐渐显出统一合作趋势,日益重视利益平衡原则,对国内法的制约和影响也有所增强;中国需要积极参与生物技术国际条约的制定和执行,提高国内生物技术企业研发能力,增强在条约制定和修订中的发言权.

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立法路径变迁 生物技术产业 国际法

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GB/T 7714 高山行 , 杨张博 . 生物技术国际立法路径变迁及对策研究 [J]. | 西安交通大学学报:社会科学版 , 2015 , (2) .
MLA 高山行 et al. "生物技术国际立法路径变迁及对策研究" . | 西安交通大学学报:社会科学版 2 (2015) .
APA 高山行 , 杨张博 . 生物技术国际立法路径变迁及对策研究 . | 西安交通大学学报:社会科学版 , 2015 , (2) .
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专利申请中的战略动机——实证证据和政策启示 CSSCI-C PKU
期刊论文 | 2015 , (4) , 110-121 | 研究与发展管理
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在近十年来中国专利申请量激增的背景下,本文研究了企业专利申请动机的战略性变化.基于一项全国范围的调研数据,利用结构方程模型和因子分析,证实了企业专利申请中存在的竞争阻碍、声誉和交换3种战略性动机以及行业和企业规模的差异性影响,此外,发现了专利的声誉效应对中国企业的显著重要性.采用多元Probit模型进一步分析了专利动机变化的影响因素,验证了研发效率、竞争反应、技术合作和战略协同假设,发现政府直接干预对专利保护可能存在“挤出效应”,并因此对企业技术保护动机产生了消极影响.最后,得出了重视专利的战略价值、提高专利申请标准等管理启示和政策建议.

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挤出效应 战略动机 Probit模型 声誉动机 专利战略

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GB/T 7714 王钦 , 高山行 . 专利申请中的战略动机——实证证据和政策启示 [J]. | 研究与发展管理 , 2015 , (4) : 110-121 .
MLA 王钦 et al. "专利申请中的战略动机——实证证据和政策启示" . | 研究与发展管理 4 (2015) : 110-121 .
APA 王钦 , 高山行 . 专利申请中的战略动机——实证证据和政策启示 . | 研究与发展管理 , 2015 , (4) , 110-121 .
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