Role of collaborative supply chain of innovation in firm’s performance

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Abstract

This work depicts the Supply Chain of Innovation (SCoI) including only those kinds of relationships related to the purchase and selling of R&D commodities. The theoretical framework represents the propensity of a firm in improving its innovation performance thanks to its collaboration experience and positioning in SCoI. We validate our theoretical framework on a sample of 208 biotechnology companies involved in 814 SCoI agreements. Our results show the positive direct impact of SCoI collaboration experience on innovation performance and a mediating role of positioning in SCoI on the abovementioned link.
Lingua originaleEnglish
Pagine1-10
Numero di pagine10
Stato di pubblicazionePublished - 2014

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Firm performance
Innovation
Supply chain
Positioning
Innovation performance
Theoretical framework
Purchase
Propensity
Biotechnology
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