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The purpose of this paper is to reveal how quantitative empirical studies approach the direct influence of absorptive capacity AC on innovation. The AC research field continues to be subject to the phenomenon of reification, since it is still quite scattered. Thus, we suggest a structure of influence of AC on innovation.
Rho, Yeirae and Fabrizi, Simona and Lippert, Steffen : Employee characteristics, absorptive capacity and innovation. Using administrative and national survey data on individuals and businesses, we first estimate absorptive capacity measures for New Zealand firms. We finally find that a firm's absorptive capacity is highly positively correlated to the likelihood of the firm innovating. Aghion, P. AEA Papers and Proceedings, , — The Quarterly Journal of Economics, 2 , —
Select a CoP through the quick access menu on the left or browse our directory using the following options:. The nature of the concept involves three basic capacities in relation to new knowledge: recognition of its value, its assimilation and its application for commercial purposes. Successful innovators have the ability to learn and connect this learning to their current knowledge basis. The central premise is that knowledge is cumulative, so the more an individual or an organization knows, the easier it is to acquire new knowledge. Prior knowledge is considered crucial to the assimilation of new knowledge, which means to say that the learning capacity of individuals and organizations is path dependent, i.
Administrative capacity ; Appropriability. The notion of absorptive capacity refers to the capacity of a recipient to assimilate value and use the knowledge transferred. The higher the absorptive capacity, that is, the better the organization for instance, a firm is at understanding the knowledge received and thus unlock and capture the intrinsic value of such knowledge and apply it for commercial purposes. This is related to the concepts of strategic knowledge serendipity and strategic knowledge arbritrage Carayannis et al. Kim identified two components of absorptive capacity, namely prior knowledge and intensity of effort, and distinguished between the ability to learn new knowledge and the ability to use new knowledge in problem solving. Skip to main content Skip to table of contents.
The objective of this study is to understand how the process of absorptive capacity ACAP is developed, by analyzing the behaviors and abilities of a group of companies, their routines and processes and the mechanisms of learning and knowledge governance. The companies operate in the metal mechanics sector and they are based in the southern region of Brazil. It is a qualitative, exploratory and descriptive empirical research, carried out by a multiple case study. It seeks to investigate in detail three organizations of the metal mechanics sector, by analyzing the procedures, resources, mechanisms, and systems, which makes it possible for them to develop absorptive capacities. Content analysis was performed in order to analyze the data. Finally, the researched companies develop absorptive capacity by learning mechanisms and knowledge governance, such as researches, information exchange among clients, suppliers and other companies.
The concept of absorptive capacity was first introduced in as the ability of a company to identify knowledge needs to absorb and exploit.
In business administration , absorptive capacity has been defined as "a firm's ability to recognize the value of new information, assimilate it, and apply it to commercial ends". It is studied on individual, group, firm, and national levels. Antecedents are prior-based knowledge knowledge stocks and knowledge flows and communication.
Put another way, absorptive capacity is a limit to the rate or quantity of scientific or technological information that a firm can absorb. Conceptually, it is similar to information processing theory, but at the firm level rather than the individual level. Absorptive capacity was introduced by Cohen and Levinthal in Zahra and George extended the theory by specifying four distinct dimensions to absorptive capacity: acquisition, assimilation, transformation and exploitation. However, Todorova and Durisin seriously question Zahra and George's reconceptualization of absorptive capacity.
Skip to search form Skip to main content You are currently offline. Some features of the site may not work correctly. DOI: Cohen and D. Cohen , D. Discusses the notion that the ability to exploit external knowledge is crucial to a firm's innovative capabilities. In addition, it is argued that the ability to evaluate and use outside knowledge is largely a function of the level of prior related knowledge--i.
T Diana L. Abstract: The objective of this article is to present a model for analysing the role of absorptive capacity in the relationship between strategic alliance portfolios and innovation performance based on the results of bibliographic research on the subject published between and The research was carried out in three stages, involving both quantitative - bibliometric and bibliographic coupling - and qualitative content analyses. Keywords: innovation; strategic alliance portfolios; absorptive capacity; emerging countries; bibliographic coupling; bibliographic research. Globalization and the pressure to launch new products have led to a greater interdependency between fiims. Cohen and Levinthal argued that the competency to explore external knowledge, i. Lane et al.
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