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R & D performance through time of young, high-technology firms

Morris Teubal

R & D performance through time of young, high-technology firms

methodology and an illustration

by Morris Teubal

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Published by Maurice Falk Institute for Economic Research in Israel in Jerusalem .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Electronic industries -- Technological innovations

  • Edition Notes

    Statementby Morris Teubal.
    SeriesDiscussion paper / Maurice Falk Institute for Economic Research in Israel -- no. 81.4, Discussion paper (Makhon le-meḥḳar kalkali be-Yiśraʾel ʻal-shem Moris Falḳ) -- no. 81.4
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsHD9696A2 T48 1981
    The Physical Object
    Pagination27 p. --
    Number of Pages27
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL18722456M

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    Jul 23,  · To date, there has been little research about the corporate growth of born-global companies and relatively little data exist about their maturation, survival as independent companies (or failure to do so) and their international strategies. The present paper is based on an empirical study of Israeli technology-based companies that were identified in the late s as born global. We collected Cited by: Frank T. Rothaermel CV November Page 1 of 11 Frank T. Rothaermel Scheller College of Business Georgia Institute of Technology R&D project performance. [15] Rothaermel, F.T., Deeds, D.L. Alliance type, alliance experience, and alliance management capability in high-technology ventures.

    Internationalization of Chinese Pharmaceutical Firms-Strategies and Drivers: /ch Investigating how pharmaceutical firms from emerging economies internationalize themselves to meet the knowledge- and investment-intensive challenges ofAuthor: Zichao Gao, Jian Li, Hao Hu, Yitao Wang. Cases have been reported in which research and development (R&D) investment, the core activity for a firm’s sustainable growth, deteriorate rather than increase firm value. This study illuminates the cause of such cases in terms of the control–ownership wedge. How expensed and capitalized R&D affect firm value are examined separately for cases in which the wedge is high and prideofaberdeenawards.com: Minjung Kang, Sangil Kim, Moon-Kyung Cho.


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Results from hierarchical multiple regression analysis show that the different dimensions of a market orientation have diverse effects on R&D effectiveness of high-technology firms: whereas. Collaboration and Performance in Foreign Markets: The Case of Young High-Technology Manufacturing Firms Article in The Academy of Management Journal 44(1) · February with 45 Reads.

18 assessing the impacts of changes in the it R&D ecosystem A trend of immigrant-led high-technology entrepreneurship that was first documented for Silicon Valley has spread nationwide: for at least one-quarter of the U.S.

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Venture capital has emerged as an important intermediary in financial markets, providing capital to young high-technology firms that might have otherwise gone unfunded. Venture capitalists have developed a variety of mechanisms to overcome the problems that emerge at each stage of the investment process.

Apr 07,  · We use agency theory to examine the influence of ownership structure on the relationship between financial slack and R&D investments, highlighting how that relationship might differ depending on the identity of the owners, and their potentially different prideofaberdeenawards.com by: It also provides a systematic review of the literature on INVs from the time when such firms emerged in the literature in the early s up until today.

suggest that employment is a more relevant indicator of performance for high-technology industries because employment indicates the human capital through R. McNaughton, S. Young, D Author: Guohua Jiang, Masaaki Kotabe, Feng Zhang, Andy W.

Hao, Justin Paul, Cheng Lu Wang. The risk of potential distress for high technology firms operating in foreign markets should impact hedged and non-hedged firms differentially.

The purpose of this paper is to test this proposition and to also examine the impact of hedging on firms’ financial performance. According to current accounting standards, a firm should report its. This landmark work is the first of its kind to disseminate research that spans small businesses and entrepreneurship.

Edited by two world-class experts on small businesses and entrepreneurship, this major work contains leading papers that include the most provocative and influential contributions to have been published in this area.

This paper empirically examines scale diseconomies in offering employment contracts as an explanation for diseconomies of scale in R&D. The paper argues that small firms more efficiently resolve the severe agency problems of hidden information and hidden behavior in R&D.

Small firms more efficiently offer contracts that reward performance than Cited by: Cambridge University Press - Innovation and Entrepreneurship in Japan - Politics, Organizations, and High Technology Firms - by Kathryn Ibata-Arens Excerpt 1 Introduction Introduction.

JAPAN is often described as a society of loyal company men and bureaucrats in blue suits, working for a single organization for a prideofaberdeenawards.com: $ Dec 22,  · There is a slight over-representation of capital resources providers.

However, the availability of capital resources has been found to be the principal constraint for the success of young high-technology firms (Harrison, Mason, and Girling Harrison, R Cited by: THE INITIAL PUBLIC OFFERING OF HIGH-TECHNOLOGY FIRMS: research-based and young startup firms (Shane and Stuart, ).

Capital raised in the IPO relationship between gender diversity in executive management and the performance of IPO firms. They focus on large companies or study short periods of time. Krishnan and Parson. are quite important for high technology firms and technology. (R&D) is through the establishment of.

performance, and delivery time are the prevailing negotiation. For example, firms that develop new products with existing internal research and development (R&D) resources use direct distribution rather than through intermediates and decide to make rather than buy would have network strategies different from those for which R&D cooperation with suppliers, buyers, and competitors is important and that Cited by: In fact, the use of this substitute has sufficient validity, as firms acquire technological resources such as technical knowledge, know-how, and advanced systems needed for innovation through R&D investment [47,48].

Therefore, in this study, the level of technical resources of high-tech firms was measured as the investment in R&prideofaberdeenawards.com: Yuhan Liu, Junic Kim, Jaewook Yoo.

The influence of family ownership on SME performance: evidence from public firms in Taiwan. Small Business Economics, Vol. 33, Issue. 3, p. account, please confirm that you agree to abide by our usage policies. If this is the first time you use this Dynamic capabilities and new product development in high technology ventures: An Author: Vijay Sathe, Peter F.

Drucker. Challenging agency theory prescriptions for board composition, we contend that the boards of young firms that have recently gone public are best comprised of a majority of original top management team (TMT) members, rather than independent outsiders.

We argue that such board members possess valuable tacit knowledge of the firms and their entrepreneurial visions and are in the best position to Cited by: Apr 09,  · In this study, we use the contestability exercised by non-dominant large shareholders to measure how internal governance mechanisms influence firm monitoring in a structure with multiple large shareholders.

This extends knowledge of principal-principal conflicts and family business by introducing the moderating effects of Chief Executive Officer (CEO) duality and board independence. Using a Cited by: Abstract: The purpose of this research is to investigate the relationship between strategic planning as busi-ness management dimensions and financial management (FM) prideofaberdeenawards.com achieve this objective, employees from various firms working in Kuwait are under observation.

A survey questionnaire is developed, considering fifteen items of strategic planning and five for financial management Author: Ahmed Nahar Al Hussaini.

Sep 22,  · These results suggest that some market inefficiencies are evident in takeovers of technology firms over the time period examined.

An important factor that appears to drive this poor long-run performance is the book-to-market ratio of the acquiring firm. performance of their firms over time. Identifying New Firms. We rely on the LBD to identify startup firms. The LBD tracks both firms and their establishments over time. We follow Haltiwanger et al.

() and define a business’s age as the age of the oldest establishment present at .The determinants of organizational risk taking and its impact on economic performance are critical issues in strategic management. Using a model that included risk, performance, performance expectations and aspirations, slack, and industry performance, this research addressed how past performance and other factors influence risk taking and how risk taking and other factors influence Cited by: Paul Hughes is Professor of Strategic Management at Leicester Castle Business School, De Montfort University and Head (Interim) of Leicester Castle Business School from 1 .