Heterogeneous effects of internet channel on firm innovation
Bin Li and
Chun-Yu Ho ()
Applied Economics Letters, 2020, vol. 27, issue 12, 1022-1027
This paper examines the effects of Internet channel on the commercialization of firm innovation, which is measured by new product sales (NPS). We estimate our empirical model with the GMM-threshold approach and find that there is a positive effect of internet channel on NPS if the adopting firm has an experienced CEO. Further, a more experienced CEO is required for producing such positive effect for firms with a larger sales volume.
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