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The Resource Technology : Corporate and Social Dimensions

Technology : Corporate and Social Dimensions

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Technology : Corporate and Social Dimensions
Title
Technology
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Corporate and Social Dimensions
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India Studies in Business and Economics Ser
Technology : Corporate and Social Dimensions
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Technology : Corporate and Social Dimensions
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Contents
  • Contents -- About the Editors -- 1 Introduction -- 1 Technological and Institutional Background -- 2 Technology Efforts of Indian Corporate Sector -- 3 Social Dimension of Technology: A Brief Overview -- 4 About the Volume -- 5 A Brief Tour of Chapters -- Corporate Dimensions -- 2 Determinants of Inter-state Differences in Industrial Labour Productivity: Exploring the Role of Innovative Efforts -- 1 Introduction -- 2 Literature Review -- 2.1 Innovation and Productivity -- 2.2 Human Capital and Productivity -- 3 Data, Sample and Descriptive Statistics -- 4 Econometric Models and Analysis -- 5 Conclusion and Implications -- Appendix I -- References -- 3 Patenting and Technical Efficiency of Manufacturing Firm in India: Evidence from Medium and High Technology Firms -- 1 Introduction -- 2 The Theoretical Linkage and Empirical Evidence -- 3 Research Methodology -- 3.1 An Illustration of Data Envelopment Analysis -- 3.2 Tobit Estimation -- 4 Data and Variable Description -- 4.1 Input and Output Variables -- 4.2 Determinants of Efficiency -- 5 Results and Analysis -- 5.1 DEA Results -- 5.2 Tobit Estimation Result -- 6 Conclusion -- Appendix A: List of Sectors According to Their National Industrial Classification (NIC) -- Appendix B: DEA Optimization Problem: An Algebraic Formulation for 1 Output and N Number of Inputs -- Appendix C: Test for Heteroskedasticity -- Appendix D: Hausman Taylor Test for Endogenity -- Appendix E: Correlation Matrix -- Appendix F: Determinants of T.E Thorough Random Effect Versus Fixed Effect -- References -- 4 Business Group Affiliation and Innovation in Medium and High-Technology Industries in India -- 1 Introduction -- 2 Related Literature -- 3 Data Source and Methods -- 3.1 Sample -- 3.2 Variables -- 3.2.1 Dependent Variable -- 3.2.2 Independent Variables -- 3.3 Econometric Model and Estimation -- 4 Results and Discussion
  • 4.1 Summary Statistics -- 4.2 Group Affiliation and Innovation -- 4.3 Evolution of Effect of BG on Innovation -- 4.4 Robustness Check: Propensity Score Matching -- 5 Conclusions -- References -- 5 Foreign Multinationals and Domestic Enterprises: Comparison of Their Technological and Other Characteristics in the Indian Machinery Industry -- 1 Introduction -- 2 Analytical Framework and Empirical Literature -- 2.1 Analytical Framework -- 2.2 Empirical Literature -- 3 Variables and Hypotheses -- 3.1 Technological -- 3.1.1 Choice of Technique (CAPI) -- 3.1.2 Research and Development Intensity (RDI) -- 3.1.3 Intensity to Import Intermediate Goods (IMIG) -- 3.1.4 Intensity to Import Disembodied Technology (IMDT) -- 3.1.5 Technical Efficiency (TE) -- 3.2 Others -- 3.2.1 Product Differentiation -- 3.2.2 Export Intensity (XI) -- 3.2.3 Financial Leverage (LEV) -- 3.2.4 Firm's Size (SZ) -- 3.2.5 Firm's Age (AGE) -- 3.2.6 Gross Profit Margin (GPM) -- 3.2.7 Market Concentration (MC) -- 4 The Industry, Period, Data and Sample -- 5 Statistical and Econometric Methods -- 5.1 Univariate Method of Analysis -- 5.2 The Empirical Models of Multivariate Analysis -- 6 Results and Discussions -- 6.1 Univariate Analysis -- 6.2 Linear Discriminants Analysis -- 6.3 Probit and Logit Results -- 7 Conclusions and Recommendations -- Appendix -- References -- 6 Does M&A Matter for R&D? Evidence from the Pharmaceutical Sector in India -- 1 Introduction -- 2 Review of Literature -- 2.1 Ex-Poste Impact of M&A on R&D -- 2.2 Technology Imports and Development of Absorptive Capacity -- 2.3 Financial Capacity -- 2.4 Related Acquisitions (Horizontal M&A) -- 2.5 Cross-Border Acquisitions -- 3 Data, Variables and Methodology -- 3.1 Data Description -- 3.2 Variables Description -- 3.2.1 Dependent Variables -- 3.2.2 Independent Variables -- 3.2.3 Control Variables -- 3.3 Methodology
  • 4 Empirical Analysis -- 4.1 Preliminary Descriptions -- 4.2 Weighted Least Squares Regression Result -- 4.2.1 The Acquisition Effect on Acquirers R&D Intensity -- 4.2.2 The Technology Import Effect on Acquirers R&D Intensity -- 4.2.3 Financial Capacity of Acquirers and R&D Intensity -- 4.2.4 Control Variables and the Impact on R&D Intensity -- 5 Conclusions -- Acknowledgments -- Appendix A -- Appendix B -- References -- Social Dimensions -- 7 Innovation and Employment: A Firm Level Study of Indian Industries -- 1 Introduction -- 2 Various Viewpoints: Existing Studies -- 3 Estimating TE and TFPG -- 3.1 Time Variant TE and TFPG from Firm Specific Panel Data: Methodology -- 4 Impact of R&D on TE and TFPG -- 5 Impact of R&D on Employment -- 6 Conclusion -- References -- 8 Impact of Agricultural Related Technology Adoption on Poverty: A Study of Select Households in Rural India -- 1 Introduction -- 2 The Analytical Framework -- 3 Data and Descriptive Statistics -- 4 Econometric Results and Discussion -- 5 Conclusion and Policy Implications -- Acknowledgments -- References -- 9 Socio-economy of Mobile Phone Ownership in India -- 1 Introduction -- 2 Mobile Phone Ownership and Socio-economic Characteristics -- 3 Concluding Remarks -- Acknowledgments -- References -- 10 ICTs as Enabler in Higher Education -- 1 Introduction -- 2 Analytical Framework -- 3 Data and Statistical Analysis -- 4 Summary and Conclusion -- Acknowledgments -- References -- 11 Using Technologies to Reduce Unequal Access in Teacher Training -- 1 Introduction -- 2 Literature Review -- 2.1 Use of ICT in the Indian Context -- 2.2 Benefits of Using ICT for Teacher Training -- 2.3 Studies on Teacher Training Using ICT -- 3 Objectives and Methodology -- 4 Data Collection -- 5 Analysis and Discussion -- 6 Summary and Conclusions -- Acknowledgments -- References
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