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Komplementarność innowacji a eksport nowych produktów

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  • Małgorzata Stefania Lewandowska
  • Tomasz Gołębiowski
  • Maja Szymura-Tyc
  • Małgorzata Rószkiewicz
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    Na temat związków między innowacyjnością przedsiębiorstw a eksportem oraz między innowacyjnością a współpracą przedsiębiorstw przeprowadzono wiele badań empirycznych. Opracowań dotyczących powiązań pomiędzy innowacyjnością, współpracą i eksportem jednocześnie jest jednak bardzo mało, co sprawia, że wiedza na ten temat jest bardzo ograniczona zarówno w Polsce, jak i za granicą. Większość badaczy skupia się na innowacjach technologicznych (w obszarze produktu lub procesu), nie przywiązując większej wagi do innowacji marketingowych czy organizacyjnych. Nie uwzględnia się także komplementarności różnego typu innowacji, także w odniesieniu do eksportu. Ponadto w badaniach kooperacji w procesach innowacyjnych przedsiębiorstw rzadko podejmuje się kwestię typu partnerów współpracy, w szczególności w kontekście eksportu. Niniejszy artykuł ma na celu uzupełnienie tej wiedzy. Badanie jest oparte na mikro danych gromadzonych w ramach Community Innovation Survey (CIS) - badania innowacyjności polskich przedsiębiorstw przeprowadzonego przez GUS obejmującego lata 2008-2010. Wyniki przeprowadzonych analiz pokazują, że łączenie różnego typu innowacji oraz współpraca w działaniach innowacyjnych, w szczególności z partnerami zagranicznymi, pomaga polskim przedsiębiorstwom produkcyjnym tworzyć przewagę konkurencyjną na rynkach zagranicznych.

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    Volume (Year): (2017)
    Issue (Month): 1 ()
    Pages: 95-117

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