In this paper, we empirically explore the relationship between the implementation of major organisational changes and the technological innovation performance of firms in European countries. Indeed, firms adopting organisational innovations and devoting more resources to this aspect are supposed to be in a better position for generating and using new skills and technologies in a more efficient way. Despite this, up until now, firms’ organizational changes have received less attention in the empirical literature. Our results support that their role in the technological innovation process of firms may be crucial.

Organizational changes and innovation: firm-level evidence from European countries

CAPOZZA CLAUDIA;DIVELLA MARIALUISA
2017-01-01

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In this paper, we empirically explore the relationship between the implementation of major organisational changes and the technological innovation performance of firms in European countries. Indeed, firms adopting organisational innovations and devoting more resources to this aspect are supposed to be in a better position for generating and using new skills and technologies in a more efficient way. Despite this, up until now, firms’ organizational changes have received less attention in the empirical literature. Our results support that their role in the technological innovation process of firms may be crucial.
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