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The Influence Study of Corporation-Institute-University Cooperation Relationship Quality and Relationship Reciprocity on Corporation Innovation Performance: Based on Intermediary Effect of Knowledge Share

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DOI: 10.23977/ieim.2022.050810 | Downloads: 10 | Views: 109

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Jing Zhang 1, Lingling Zheng 1

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1 School of Management, Changchun University, Changchun, 130022, China

Corresponding Author

Jing Zhang

ABSTRACT

As an important innovation mechanism, industry-university-research cooperation can enhance the independent innovation ability of enterprises, which is an important way to promote the transformation of economic development mode. Based on the background of industry-university-research cooperation, this paper constructs a relational model of relationship quality, relationship reciprocity, knowledge sharing and innovation performance. The mechanism of relationship quality and relationship reciprocity on innovation performance and the mediating effect of knowledge sharing are empirically studied. The result shows that both relationship quality and relationship reciprocity have effect on knowledge share and innovation performance, while knowledge share is an intermediary factor in the effect of relationship quality and relationship reciprocity on innovation performance. 

KEYWORDS

Corporation-Institute-University, Cooperation, Relationship Quality, Relationship Reciprocity, Knowledge Share, Innovation Performance

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Jing Zhang, Lingling Zheng, The Influence Study of Corporation-Institute-University Cooperation Relationship Quality and Relationship Reciprocity on Corporation Innovation Performance: Based on Intermediary Effect of Knowledge Share. Industrial Engineering and Innovation Management (2022) Vol. 5: 58-70. DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.23977/ieim.2022.050810.

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