Endogeneity and dynamics of innovation and firm performance
Source of Publication
International Journal of Productivity and Quality Management
Technological and innovation capabilities play an important role in determining the performance of firms, especially in knowledge intensive industries. Despite the plethora of studies testing the relationship between innovation capabilities and firm performance, little consensus has been achieved on the veracity of the theoretical claims. In this paper, we argue that the lack of consensus could be on account of the failure to take into account the endogeneity that arises from the decision process that underlies the relationship between development of technological capabilities and its impact on firm performance. We address both these issues and demonstrate that alternative empirical designs can help provide greater external validity. © 2014 Inderscience Enterprises Ltd.
Endogeneity, Firm performance, GMM, Technological innovation
Nandialath, Anup M.; Mohan, Ramesh; and Annavarjula, Madan, "Endogeneity and dynamics of innovation and firm performance" (2014). All Works. 1481.
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