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An Empirical Analysis of Management and Innovative Performances by the Characteristics of the Industrial Park Tenancy

산업단지 입주특성에 따른 기업 경영 및 혁신성과 분석

  • 송지현 (서울시립대학교 경제학과)
  • Received : 2015.03.31
  • Accepted : 2015.10.08
  • Published : 2015.10.31

Abstract

This study applies regression analysis and propensity score matching to analyze the agglomeration economies which the characteristics of tenancy affect the performance of the manufacturing industry based on industrial parks. The estimation main data are from Kis-Value, KIPRIS and FEMIS. The results show that the industrial park tenancy tends to work positively on the management performances. But there is no evidence that on-Park firms in the metropolitan areas(Gyeonggi-do) have higher management and innovative performances than the comparable firms. The firms that have lived for a long time in the industrial parks, are good in total sales, however, they have no significant efficiency in net profit, operating profit, and patents. The firms, having several branches of the industrial parks, have lower operating profit than others. Long-term and multiple tenant firms do not learn over time nor do they establish better linkages and networks.

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