Studies on enterprise innovations have established the relationships between a number of determinants and enterprise innovativeness. However, such studies in general have been conducted in developed economies. Recent literature has called for broadening innovation-related research to other contexts, such as countries that are not considered “developed.” This study aims at examining how firms innovate in emerging economies. Specifically, we focus on the role of collaborative capacity in product innovations. Primary data collected from an ICT project in India has been used to test the relevant hypotheses. Initial findings show that firm size, sales value, and external R&D will affect enterprise innovations in the presence of collaborative capacity.
Product Innovations, Emerging Economies, Collaborative Capacity, Enterprise Group
ISBN: [978-1-86435-644-1]; Full paper
Xiao, Xiao; Sarker, Saonee; and Rai, Sudhanshu, "Product Innovations In Emerging Economies: The Moderating Role Of Collaborative Capacity" (2011). PACIS 2011 Proceedings. 217.