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A Statistical Analysis of Industrial Penetration and Internet Intensity in Taiwan

Chia-Lin Chang, Michael McAleer, Yu-Chieh Wu
2018 Future Internet  
This paper is the first to investigate the effect of industrial penetration (geographic concentration of industries) and internet intensity (the proportion of enterprises that uses the internet) for Taiwan  ...  The sample observations are based on a unique set of data, namely 153,081 manufacturing plants, and covers 26 two-digit industry categories and 358 geographical townships in Taiwan.  ...  This is followed by an analysis of the empirical results in Section 5, and some concluding remarks and a summary of the empirical findings in Section 6.  ... 
doi:10.3390/fi10030031 fatcat:7tvbxlu4w5fspaewjjohraiz2a

A Statistical Analysis of Industrial Penetration and Internet Intensity in Taiwan

Chia-Lin Chang, Michael McAleer, Yu-Chieh Wu
2018 Social Science Research Network  
This paper is the first to investigate the effect of industrial penetration (geographic concentration of industries) and internet intensity (the proportion of enterprises that uses the internet) for Taiwan  ...  The sample observations are based on a unique set of data, namely 153,081 manufacturing plants, and covers 26 two-digit industry categories and 358 geographical townships in Taiwan.  ...  This is followed by an analysis of the empirical results in Section 5, and some concluding remarks and a summary of the empirical findings in Section 6.  ... 
doi:10.2139/ssrn.3100203 fatcat:uqn6bqktrzdxtfd5y3ycxt7f44

Case Study in Mobile Internet Innovation: Does Advertising or Acquaintances Communication Decide Taiwan's Mobile Internet Diffusion?

Hui-chih Wang, Yi-cheng Ku, Her-sen Doong
2007 2007 40th Annual Hawaii International Conference on System Sciences (HICSS'07)  
Internet services in Taiwan is affected by mass media advertising, interactions and imitations among acquaintances, or a combination of both.  ...  Reporting the world's highest mobile phone penetration rate in 2002, Taiwan's experience in promoting mobile phone has offered global scholars a successful example in innovation marketing.  ...  FIND is organized and sponsored by the Department of Industrial Technology of the Ministry of Economic Affairs in Taiwan.  ... 
doi:10.1109/hicss.2007.122 dblp:conf/hicss/WangKD07 fatcat:caqhyvz5x5b73ce3r2fjlgipw4

Consumer behavior in e-tourism services: a case of Taiwan

Akansha Bajpai, Cheng-Wen Lee
2015 Tourism and hospitality management  
, and retain the customers in the internet based travelling industry.  ...  from Taiwan's youth and is empirically evaluated so we believe its results will help the organizations for making the e-tourism industry more consumer oriented in case of Taiwan.  ...  ) in e-tourism industry in Taiwan.  ... 
doi:10.20867/thm.21.1.1 fatcat:5j2am3f3uncsfbuokdgtmtkajm

A Data-Driven Analysis on the Impact of High-Speed Rails on Land Prices in Taiwan

Joyce M.W. Low, Byung Kwon Lee
2020 Applied Sciences  
This study examined the effect of the introduction of HSR on land prices in Taiwan and how the extent of such an effect varied with the stages of economic, societal, and infrastructural developments in  ...  different cities in Taiwan.  ...  Internet Penetration/Tourism → Commercial Activity → Economic growth The greater the rate of internet penetration and the size of the tourism industry, the more attractive a location for commercial activities  ... 
doi:10.3390/app10103357 fatcat:44ma7jkr7nggznb74yxhakc2zy

Developing the Digital Content Industry in Taiwan

Hsin-Hann Tsai, Hong-Yuh Lee, Hsiao-Cheng Yu
2008 Review of Policy Research  
The development of the digital content industry (DCI) requires a strong cultural background, creative ideas, respect of intellectual property rights, and telecommunications infrastructure, which are all  ...  This study summarizes the government policies, progress, and obstacles in the development of Taiwan's DCI and compares these subjects with other countries, including the United States, EU countries, Japan  ...  He is majoring in policy analysis and industrial and technology foresight.  ... 
doi:10.1111/j.1541-1338.2007.00317.x fatcat:vagaa337gjcg5o3vctkwoivxcm

Environment and Policy Factors Shaping Global E-Commerce Diffusion: A Cross-Country Comparison

Jennifer Gibbs, Kenneth L. Kraemer, Jason Dedrick
2003 The Information Society  
It is based on systematic comparison of case studies from 10 countries-Singapore, Taiwan, and the United States.  ...  In terms of policy, the case studies suggest that enabling policies such as trade and telecommunications liberalization are likely to have the biggest impact on e-commerce, by making ICT and Internet access  ...  However, Denmark, Japan, and the United States are the leaders in Internet diffusion with around 35% penetration; Singapore, Germany, and Taiwan follow with just under 30%; and France lags behind with  ... 
doi:10.1080/01972240309472 fatcat:nc3uk72cqfctbf32eeth3h7bni

The Internet and International Trade in Services

Caroline Freund, Diana Weinhold
2002 The American Economic Review  
of data on Internet penetration, as measured by the number of Internet hosts in a country, is statistically significant.  ...  In particular, a 10-percent increase in Internet penetration abroad leads to about a 1.2-percent increase of U.S. imports in business, professional, and technical services.  ... 
doi:10.1257/000282802320189320 fatcat:2gi5udc6d5asjn7lz5ucfzamj4

The Role of Internet Development on Energy Intensity in China: Evidence From a Spatial Econometric Analysis

Yu Hao, Haitao Wu
2020 Asian Economics Letters  
Internet development though carries spatial spillover effects, promoting energy intensity in adjacent areas.  ...  With the emergence of information communication technology, the role of internet development has become crucial for energy intensity.  ...  Acknowledgment Acknowledgment The authors acknowledge financial support from the National Natural Science Foundation of China (71761137001, 71403015, 71521002), the Beijing Natural Science Foundation  ... 
doi:10.46557/001c.17194 fatcat:3edppwimibavbh46jhkkr3qlzq

Empirical Analysis of the Impact of Industrial Internet Development Environment on Open Green Innovation of Manufacturing Enterprises

Rui Hu, Fakhar Shahzad, Adnan Abbas, Nan Xu
2022 Frontiers in Environmental Science  
Meanwhile, the development level of the industrial Internet in eastern and western China is compared and analyzed.  ...  The development and application of Industrial Internet technologies formed by these changes have spillover effects on Industrial Internet innovation.  ...  The penetration rate of industrial Internet reflects a province's netizens' acceptance of industrial Internet and highlights the potential of the future development of industrial Internet in this province  ... 
doi:10.3389/fenvs.2022.947675 fatcat:77kikkyrd5cghdpve2afeazcnq

Orbicom Report 2007: Emerging Opportunities in SE Asia

Paola Di Maio
2016 Figshare  
Report about economic opportunities in Digital Technologies  ...  Figure 4 . 2 42 Internet penetration in Thailand, 1998No. of Internet users (millions) % of population Source: National Statistics Office & NECTEC * Note: 2004 data are as of March 2004 80 PART 2: EMERGING  ...  Malaysia maintains a sizeable trade surplus in ICT goods. CHAPTER 3: Supply of ICTs and the ICT sector Thailand: Thailand also has an intensive ICT manufacturing industry.  ... 
doi:10.6084/m9.figshare.4479506 fatcat:eva6qprjgndqtpkf2bju7u3omi

Does Internet Promote Green Growth? An Empirical Test from China

Deshan Li, Yanfen Zhao
2021 Polish Journal of Environmental Studies  
At the same time, R&D investment and industrial structure upgrading can further strengthen the network effect of internet.  ...  When the development level of internet crossed a critical threshold, its influence was significantly enhanced.  ...  According to a report from the China Internet Network Information Center, the number of internet users in China was 829 million and the internet penetration rates reached 59.6% in 2018, making it one of  ... 
doi:10.15244/pjoes/134089 fatcat:ht7xk7xe7vgklg524qpz24tjh4

Internet-based selling technology and e-commerce growth: a hybrid growth theory approach with cross-model inference

Shu-Chun Ho, Robert J. Kauffman, Ting-Peng Liang
2010 Journal of Special Topics in Information Technology and Management  
., Internet user penetration, capital invested in telecommunication) and exogenous variables (international openness) drive the GDP-normalized level of B2C e-commerce revenues over time.  ...  This permits the analysis of the relevance of IT infrastructure, as well as reverse causality between e-commerce growth and Internet-based selling technology.  ...  other high-technology industries in Taiwan [65, 74] , and the software and IT services industry in India [46, 57] .  ... 
doi:10.1007/s10799-010-0078-x fatcat:s5a3smw6sjha5j3puwqz3flwwm

Does the digital finance revolution validate the Environmental Kuznets Curve? Empirical findings from China

Kaiyang Zhong, Ming Zhang
2022 PLoS ONE  
In recent years, digital finance has become a crucial part of the financial system and reshaped the mode of green finance in China.  ...  structure effect and income inequality effect, and use panel data of China's provinces to conduct an empirical analysis.  ...  Zhang and Meng (2019) tested the EKC with Internet penetration in 115 countries, indicating that the EKC existed and Internet penetration pushed a decrease in CO 2 emissions [27] . conducted research  ... 
doi:10.1371/journal.pone.0257498 pmid:35025871 pmcid:PMC8758091 fatcat:p4venhykznchpebowplh736iyu

Global and National Factors Affecting E-Commerce Diffusion in Singapore

Poh-Kam Wong
2003 The Information Society  
Our analysis suggests that Singapore is likely to be a very fast adopter of e-commerce applications that have relatively proven business models in other advanced countries.  ...  Our review of the available empirical evidence on recent e-commerce diffusion trend and pattern in Singapore appears to be consistent with this analysis.  ...  As in Taiwan and Korea, manufacturing activities in Singapore have witnessed very rapid technological development, moving from labor-intensive, simple assembly industries to increasingly capital-intensive  ... 
doi:10.1080/01972240309471 fatcat:ske7gqb5jjgqpfyiw7ja3xjmgu
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