|Title: ||Do technology transfer, R&D collaboration and co-operation matter for R&D along the supply chain? Evidence from Vietnamese young SMEs
||Author(s): ||Ngo, Q.-T.
||Keywords: ||Co-operation; Collaboration; R&D innovation behavior; Supply chain; Technology transfer
||Abstract: ||Technology transfer, collaboration, and co-operation in the R&D innovation increase their importance when firms integrate into the world economy, especially along the global supply chain. By using a specially designed sample of 3,253 Vietnamese young small and medium-sized enterprises in 2010-2013, the article examines the impact of technology transfer and R&D collaboration and co-operation on a firm’s R&D innovation input, and innovation output, along the supply chain. The estimation results indicate that technology transfer collaboration and co-operation are complementary during the innovation process, initiating the application of innovation both in terms of input and output. In addition, R&D collaboration and cooperation are complementary in enhancing the innovation output.
||Issue Date: ||2020
||Publisher: ||Growing Science
||Series/Report no.: ||Vol. 8, Issue 3
|Appears in Collections:||INTERNATIONAL PUBLICATIONS|