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研究生:羅筱秋
研究生(外文):Hsiao-Chiu Lo
論文名稱:社會資本、知識流通及企業在地化行為對企業績效影響之實證分析
論文名稱(外文):The influence of social capital, knowledge flow, and localization behavior on performance: an empirical analysis
指導教授:吳學良吳學良引用關係
指導教授(外文):Hsueh-Liang, Wu
學位類別:碩士
校院名稱:國立成功大學
系所名稱:企業管理學系碩博士班
學門:商業及管理學門
學類:企業管理學類
論文種類:學術論文
論文出版年:2004
畢業學年度:92
語文別:中文
論文頁數:98
中文關鍵詞:社會資本事業網絡知識流通在地化
外文關鍵詞:networkknowledge flowlocalizationsocial capital
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  企業在全球化的影響下面臨高度的挑戰,而事業網絡關係可以創造或累積社會資本及知識流通,進而提高企業本身的競爭優勢以降低衝擊。另一方面,網絡關係對企業會產生在地鑲嵌的效果,對企業的在地化行為亦有影響,而企業在地化行為的趨力就是獲取市場資源及適應市場,進而達到企業績效提升之目的。本研究擬從網絡觀點探討企業績效,從企業間的互動面(社會資本、知識流通)及企業個體的行為面(企業在地化行為)來探討企業績效。亦嘗試將「社會資本」分別與「知識流通」及「企業在地化行為」交互作用,探討社會資本的調和作用,最後依據實證結果提出相關之管理及政策建議。

  本研究以國內具競爭力的製造業為主,以國內上市、櫃的製造業為研究對象,並於今(民92)年三月至五月間進行問卷調查,一共郵寄870份問卷,回收111份,整體回收率為12.76%。本研究採用階層迴歸分析作為研究變數關聯性的分析方法。研究結果發現:(1)社會資本及企業在地化行為有助於企業的財務績效之提升;知識流通則有助於企業的創新及資訊優勢之提升;(2)「社會資本」分別與「知識資本」及「企業在地化行為」形成提升績效之最佳組合:除了高社會資本能使企業有更佳的績效外,其績效表現會隨著知識流通或企業在地化行為而強化。

  根據研究結果,進一步提出管理及政策建議:(1)不同要素會造成績效上之差異,企業可針對不同的目標,強化其投入要素內涵;(2)若企業在所處網絡中存在豐裕之社會資本,則能強化其它要素與績效產生更佳的關連性;(3)企業在增加社會資本時,仍需注意最佳組合的選擇或次佳組合的投入臨界值;(4)國家的產業政策制定,提高企業的社會資本可以強化企業績效,進而提高企業在本國的營運意願或程度。
  In the face of increasingly competitive environment brought about by globalization, a network is able to provide value to its member firms by allowing them access to or exchange all critical resources through functioning of social capital embedded within the network. The binding effects of social capital may cause firms’ localization of various functional activities. This study is aimed to link the interaction of firms (including social capital and knowledge flow), specific behavior of firms (localization of functional activities and investment behavior) and performance. The moderating roles of social capital in the relationships among knowledge flow, localization behavior and performance are also examined so as to draw more managerial and policy implications from the empirical results.

  Based on 111 samples in Taiwan’s manufacturing industries (with return rate of 12.76% for 870 questionnaires sent out), this study use moderated hierarchical regression to link all explanatory variables with two distinct dimensions of performance. Our results show that (1) a firm’s financial performance is conditioned by the intensity of social capital embedded in the network and the resultant localization behavior; knowledge flow within the network is positively associated with its member firm’s innovational and informational advantages. (2) social capital plays an important moderating role because strategic fits of social capital and knowledge capital or localization behavior are positively related to financial performance.
摘要....................................1
Abstract................................2
誌謝....................................3

第一章 緒論............................9
第一節 研究背景與動機..................9
第二節 研究目的.......................11
第三節 研究流程.......................12
第四節 章節安排.......................13

第二章 文獻探討.......................14
第一節 事業網絡.......................14
第二節 社會資本.......................19
第三節 知識流通.......................27
第四節 企業在地化行為.................32
第五節 社會資本之間接效果.............37

第三章 研究設計與研究方法.............40
第一節 研究架構.......................40
第二節 變數的操作性定義與衡量.........41
第三節 研究假設.......................47
第四節 資料收集及樣本回收.............49
第五節 研究方法.......................50

第四章 實證結果.......................55
第一節 樣本結構及描述性統計...........55
第二節 信度分析.......................56
第三節 階層迴歸及變異數分析...........59
第四節 假設驗證總結...................74

第五章 結論與建議.....................78
第一節 研究結論.......................78
第二節 研究貢獻.......................81
第三節 研究限制及建議.................83

參考文獻...............................86
附錄:問卷.............................95
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