Advantage Management Strategy in Competition via Technological Race Perspective: Empirical Evidence from the Taiwanese Manufacturing Industry

Article English OPEN
Tsu-Yi Hung; Yu-Ju Hsiao; Shih-Wei Wu;
(2014)

This study investigated the advantage management strategies of a firm regarding the technological race in the manufacturing sector. This is to reveal whether firms adopt a catch-up or leapfrogging strategy in the competition for innovation. The results show that competi... View more
  • References (41)
    41 references, page 1 of 5

    Nordhaus, W. Invention, Growth and Welfare: A Theoretical Treatment of Technological Change . 1969

    Gao, X, Liu, J. catching up through the development of technology standard: the case of TD-SCDMA in China. Telecommunications Policy . 2012; 36 (10-11): 817-831

    Denicolò, V, Zanchettin, P. Competition, market selection and growth. The Economic Journal . 2010; 120 (545): 761-785

    Encaoua, D, Ulph, D. Catching-up or leapfrogging? the effects of competition on innovation and growth. EUREQua—Centre d’Economie de la Sorbonne Working Paper . 2004

    Aghion, P, Harris, C, Howitt, P, Vickers, J. Competition, imitation and growth with step-by-step innovation. The Review of Economic Studies . 2001; 68 (3): 467-492

    Perez, C, Soete, L, Dosi, G. Catching-up in technology: entry barriers and windows of opportunity. Technical Change and Economic Theory . 1988: 458-479

    Bell, M, Pavitt, K. Technological accumulation and industrial growth: contrasts between developed and developing countries. Industrial and Corporate Change . 1993; 2 (1): 157-210

    Hung, TY, Negassi, S. Advantage in the management of research: firm technological race on innovation. Advances in Management . 2011; 4 (3): 26-39

    Vogel, EF. The Four Little Dragons: The Spread of Industrialization in East Asia . 1991

    Davison, R, Vogel, D, Harris, R, Jones, N. Technology leapfrogging in developing countries-an inevitable luxury. The Electronic Journal of Information Systems in Developing Countries . 2000; 1: 1-10

  • Related Organizations (2)
  • Metrics
Share - Bookmark