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Non-Technological and Technological Innovation: Strange Bedfellows?

Tobias Schmidt, Christian Rammer
2007 Social Science Research Network  
Level of significance: * 10%, ** 5%, *** 1%. Robust standard errors in parenthesis. Industries covered: NACE 10-45, 50-52, 60-74, 90, 92.1-92.2.  ...  We will also look at the effects of combinations of technological and non-technological innovations.  ...  A firm which introduces a product innovation can be expected to improve or at least change its marketing strategy for the introduction of this product.  ... 
doi:10.2139/ssrn.1010301 fatcat:hy7g2uzv5rclfpt3b27k2qgd54

Technological diversification and strategic alliances [chapter]

John Hagedoorn, Myriam Mariani, Paola Giuri
2004 The Economics and Management of Technological Diversification  
Second, it confirms the idea that technological diversification is more pronounced than product and market diversification.  ...  The empirical investigation combines firm level data on US patents, strategic technological alliances, production and marketing alliances, and firms' economic performances.  ...  the use of the SDC data.  ... 
doi:10.4324/9780203642030.ch5 fatcat:avq4caucqbefhpruzt2npnjyhe

Information technology and economic reorganizational

E. K. Clemons, M. C. Row
1989 Proceedings of the tenth international conference on Information Systems - ICIS '89  
Information Technology (IT) can support or even cause changes in the structure of industries and the relationships between firms.  ...  We show how IT can operate to shift resource values through the basic economic drivers of network externalities and economies of scale, scope, and specialization.  ...  Where a firm i,itegration. is at a resource disadvantage with respect to information systems, it should look very carefully at development Malone, Yates and Benjamin (1987) first pointed out that projects  ... 
doi:10.1145/75034.75063 dblp:conf/icis/ClemonsR89 fatcat:zkopr5gxyrgnhmwm2eqg3sihw4

Technological Diversification and Innovation Performance

Thomas Bolli, Martin Woerter
2013 Social Science Research Network  
Hence, technologically more specialized firms have a lower propensity to patent and greater shares of new products.  ...  Abstract This paper analyzes the impact of technological diversity on innovation inputs and success using Swiss firm-level panel data.  ...  If we look at the patent stock, we see the expected positive relationship between the knowledge base of a firm and its patent affinity.  ... 
doi:10.2139/ssrn.2275193 fatcat:7ci5nkh7dfgzteegrdkb6nvhwu

Diversification and Firm Performance: Exploring the Moderating Effects of Information Technology Spending

T. Ravichandran, Yu Liu, Shu Han, Iftekhar Hasan
2009 Journal of Management Information Systems  
equal to the market value of equity plus book value of liabilities) as a measure of firm valuation.  ...  Egelhoff [38] looked at a set of geographic diversification variables—size of foreign operations, size of foreign manufacturing, and number of foreign subsidiaries—with respect to their information-processing  ... 
doi:10.2753/mis0742-1222250407 fatcat:5yhbbyrajfhsxjri6aay7fn7gq

Mapping the technological landscape: Measuring technology distance, technological footprints, and technology evolution

Barak S. Aharonson, Melissa A. Schilling
2016 Research Policy  
They also provide a rich characterization of a firm's technological footprint, including its depth and breadth.  ...  The measures also enable researchers to assess the technological overlap, similarity, and proximity of the technological footprints of two or more firms.  ...  For example if a firm invented knowledge before the discounted time frame, would it not be able to reuse this knowledge again if the market becomes more attractive at a later point?  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.respol.2015.08.001 fatcat:a4cy36yzlbaj3df6wgzigbawpa

Research Note—The Impact of Information Technology Investments and Diversification Strategies on Firm Performance

Murali D. R. Chari, Sarv Devaraj, Parthiban David
2008 Management science  
A s companies continue to make large investments in information technology (IT), questions about how and in what contexts such investments pay off have gained importance.  ...  IT investments is greater for firms with greater levels of diversification.  ...  Acknowledgments The authors thank the senior editor, associate editor, and three anonymous reviewers for their constructive comments during the review process.  ... 
doi:10.1287/mnsc.1070.0743 fatcat:ip7qdnaxczaofpszrnewn5wp6i

Information Technology, Alliances and Firm Performance

Ali R. Tafti, Sunil Mithas, Mayuram S. Krishnan
2007 Social Science Research Network  
Sunil has carefully reviewed and made valuable suggestions in writing and analysis in many versions of the chapter entitled Information Technology, Service-Oriented Architectures, and the Firm-Value Effects  ...  Sreedhar Bharath has provided many valuable suggestions and mentorship on the chapter entitled The Effects of Information Technology Investment and Integration Costs on Merger Value in the U.S.  ...  Information Technology, Service-Oriented Architectures, and the Firm-Value Effects of Alliance Formation We examine the effect of information technology (IT) investment and serviceoriented architectures  ... 
doi:10.2139/ssrn.1011562 fatcat:didhpwzo5za4lahlhelqa5gqdi

Cash Cows or Entrecôte: Publishing Companies and Disruptive Technologies

Robert G. Picard
2003 TIC. Trends in communication  
This article explores the effects of the disruptive technologies and changing markets on publishing companies and asserts the need for firms to establish transformation and transition strategies.  ...  I assert that the current strategies of publishing companies to gain economies of scale and scope, to move into cross-platform content provision, and to maximize return across a portfolio of content products  ...  It is unrealistic, then, to expect that all homes will have all the new information and communications technologies available.  ... 
doi:10.1207/s15427439tc1102_04 fatcat:4hvcygux7rb4rc3zbimnvnvmem

Information Technology and the QS Practice

Peter Smith
2011 Australasian Journal of Construction Economics and Building  
and a wider range of value-added services.  ...  Diversification represents considerable risk for firms without the necessary skill and expertise to carry out the new services.  ... 
doi:10.5130/ajceb.v1i1.2276 fatcat:ubtuujuuxvbzdbbtyxhfcy4gbe

Coherent diversification in corporate technological portfolios [article]

Emanuele Pugliese, Lorenzo Napolitano, Andrea Zaccaria, Luciano Pietronero
2017 arXiv   pre-print
From this database it is possible to define a measure of the firms' coherent diversification, based on the network of technological fields, and relate it to the firms' perfomance in terms of labor productivity  ...  In particular, we ask whether the accumulation of knowledge and capabilities related to a coherent set of technologies leads firms to experience advantages in terms of productive efficiency.  ...  Productive and technological diversification Firm diversification and its implications have interested scholars at least since the work of Penrose, who has noted that the "firm is not confined to 'given  ... 
arXiv:1707.02188v1 fatcat:536fllxxbvh6xk3kqubj65rz54

How do dynamic capabilities transform external technologies into firms' renewed technological resources? – A mediation model

Jason Li-Ying, Yuandi Wang, Lutao Ning
2016 Asia Pacific Journal of Management  
On the one hand, compared to other firm performance measures that focus on the product-market side of firm advantage (e.g., sales of new products, market share, and return on assets), TIP at most represents  ...  By technological diversification, a firm can exploit novel combinations of its internal technologies in combination with unfamiliar external technologies and create new innovation value through discoveries  ... 
doi:10.1007/s10490-016-9469-9 fatcat:5r75373lcvcvhdih55f3wgbcxa

Information technology investments and firm value

Bruce Dehning, Vernon J. Richardson, Theophanis Stratopoulos
2005 Information & Management  
Our objective in this paper is to develop a firm value model to assist IT managers and researchers in understanding the multiple effects that IT investments have on firm value.  ...  We demonstrate an application of the firm value framework by evaluating a major stream of research in MIS-event studies of IT investment announcements. Appendices to this paper can be found at  ...  By being the first to use a new technology or to introduce a new technology-enabled product or service, a firm is more likely to have an increase in FAE that is difficult for competitors to duplicate (  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.im.2004.11.003 fatcat:p442h3uu7febbe3scvdgzeuqea

Does vc backing affect brand strategy in technology ventures?

Enrico Forti, Federico Munari, Chunxiang Zhang
2019 Strategic Entrepreneurship Journal  
It is not clear however whether and how VC backing affects the development of brand assets in new technology ventures.  ...  Existing studies offer theory and evidence that venture capital (VC) firms enhance the growth of new firms along different dimensions.  ...  Acknowledgements The authors are particularly grateful to Professor Mike Wright, the associate editor, and the three anonymous referees for providing constructive and developmental assistance throughout  ... 
doi:10.1002/sej.1318 fatcat:fdgxursg7ffqxoiopb7cjup2jq

Firm specialization in clean energy technologies: The influence of path dependence and technological diversification

Patricia Laurens, Christian Le Bas, Stéphane Lhuillery
2018 Revue d économie industrielle  
Differences in national market size and wealth are likely to influence the ability of firms to develop new technologies, particularly in the fields of clean energy technologies.  ...  The size of the country (GDP) does not play a significant role. National market size does not appear to be a lever for firms to produce new clean energy inventions 12 .  ...  We formally consider the firm patenting at time t as: P i (t) = total number of new patents of firm i at time t P c i (t) = number of new patents of firm i in energy green technologies P c i (t) is the  ... 
doi:10.4000/rei.7625 fatcat:ipmemqzc7zf4hall23riskf3um
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