Jun Jin

Jun Jin
Zhejiang University | ZJU · Department of Innovation, Entrepreneurship and Strategy

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Introduction
Currently research on digital transformation of firms, innovation and entrpreneurship of knowledge-intensive enterprises, and eco-innovation. Focus on the new energy industry, pharm industry, nano-tech industry, and digital-driven firms.

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Publications (37)
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Digital technology has created new elements of innovation types and given incumbent firms new portfolios of innovation. The portfolio of innovation used during a digital transformation allows it to be successfully implemented and gives a competitive advantage to incumbent firms. We present two propositions for the portfolio of innovation and its sh...
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With the diversity of customer needs and complexity of technology innovation, many high-tech small- and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs) turn to open innovation, to produce the perfect match between market demands and firm resources. However, questions still exist in relation to open innovation in SMEs. Based on a framework combining both inbound an...
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Purpose With the fierce competition in a knowledge economy, knowledge-intensive enterprises (KIEs) make technological progress in their catching-up processes through implementing product innovation and process innovation. In this study, the aim is to understand the determinants of enterprise innovation type in China's catch-up environment. Further,...
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This research investigates the role of local governments in stimulating an emerging industry and focuses on the specific growth of the new energy vehicle industry in Hangzhou, China. This research confirms that enabling firms to access emerging technology, acquire financial support, and touch customers and/or suppliers are critical to foster the em...
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Patent cooperation network, an important way for technology-based SMEs to enhance innovation performance, has become a research hotspot in recent years. Different types of patent cooperation network models and different degree of SMEs embedding them will lead to different effects on enterprise innovation performance improvement. This research selec...
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The diffusion and embeddedness of cyber technology and big data technology is recognized as an opportunity and infrastructure for firms to innovate and transform. But which digital strategies existed firms in manufacturing and other traditional industries can make is still a question under research. The paper pursues to answer this question from th...
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With the internationalization of firms from emerging-markets, the upgradation along the global value chain of emerging-market multinational enterprises (EMNEs) has attracted the attention of academics and industries. However, the role of upgradation of EMNEs in a host country to the transition of EMNEs in the home country is ignored. This study exp...
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Combining insights from evolutionary economics and strategic niche management, this study investigates the rapid emergence of an innovation system for new energy vehicles (NEV) in Hangzhou, China. Public policy has facilitated the development of strategic priorities and niches for the NEV industry in Hangzhou, demonstrating the role of public polic...
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Nanotechnology is frequently heralded as an emerging strategic industry in developed and developing countries. However, little is known about the catch-up of companies in emerging industries like the nanotechnology industry in developing countries, such as China. From the perspective of process-based innovation proposed by Linton and Walsh, this pa...
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As the world's top carbon dioxide emitter, China is expected to reach its emissions peak by 2030. East and south coastal China contribute nearly one-third of the emissions in China, and therefore play a critical role in achieving the national goal of emission control. This study analyzes the driving forces of east and south coastal China's energy-r...
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Today, innovation is a key word for many universities, as it constitutes an important part of most universities’ public and scientific outreach task. Many universities are striving to increase the number of innovations generated at the university. A common method is to provide various support for research projects e.g.; providing researchers with i...
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Purpose – The purpose of this paper is to investigate how international R & D alliances are formed during industry transition from the point of view of the local Chinese partner. Design/methodology/approach – Review of industry data provided by Chinese Statistical Office coupled with four in-depth case studies. Findings – The nature of the techno...
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Some developing countries are emerging as nexuses in the globalization of innovation activities, serving as the location for crucial R&D activities from developed multinational firms (DMFs), which are headquartered in developed countries, and spawning emerging multinational firms (EMFs), which are headquartered in developing countries and conduct s...
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Much research on SMEs is aimed at researching SMEs after the fact that they have become SMEs. However all SMEs as well as larger companies start as an idea in the head or heads of one or many persons - the prospective entrepreneurs. The purpose of this paper is to investigate how SMEs can be created by transforming ideas into real companies. More s...
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Purpose The purpose of this paper is to examine the issues of integrating R&D globalization, national innovation system, university‐industry (U‐I) knowledge transfer, and international U‐I collaboration. Design/methodology/approach A framework for research on internationalization of U‐I collaboration is proposed and the process of international U‐...
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This paper examines the speed and its determinants of technological learning of licensing firms in developing countries. There is a wealth of research on technological learning in developing countries, but few scholars have clearly addressed the issue learning time in an empirical way. This paper is to fill this void by an empirical investigation o...
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Based on theoretical analyses of relationship of open innovation, disruptive innovation and competence building, this paper attempts to propose a conceptual framework for strategic making of Chinese companies to improve their competence and competitiveness combining open innovation and disruptive innovation. The growth of a company, R&V is taken as...
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Purpose This paper seeks to explore arguments for the importance of disruptive innovation to China's low‐carbon transition, while such innovation is generally overlooked and/or belittled. Design/methodology/approach The paper builds on the multi‐level perspective (MLP) of systems transitions being developed by interdisciplinary scholars regarding...
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STI and DUI modes introduced by Jensen et al. summarise the innovation modes most scientifically. Based on the Danish firms' empirical data Jensen et al. (2004, 2007) provided, this paper analyses the complementarity between the STI and DUI modes using the complementarity theory‐based approach. The result shows that the relationship between the STI...
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In this study, we developed and tested a model of total motivation systems by integrating internal motivation, awards and rewards, organizational innovative climate to analyze the effect of these systems on employee innovative behavior, and then analyzed the disparity of different groups classified by academic degree, age, and job post. Three hundr...
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This paper takes Newzt in China as an example to study the open innovation in SMEs. And other SMEs can learn from it. After describing the situation of SMEs and introducing the conception of open innovation shortly and taking the open innovation model of Chesbrough's open innovation, the paper studies Newzt's background, situation and the result of...
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With the economics and society globalization, international university-industry collaboration (which happens cross boundaries) is emerging, which is distinguish from the university network and from the usual university-industry collaboration in one country. Integrating open innovation, R&D globalization, national innovation system, and university-i...
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How to improve technological capability and generate core competence is one of most critical issues faced by companies in a serious competitive business world, especially those in developing countries. The theory of open innovation provides a new model to make the strategies of technological capability generation without a well-established capabili...
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Climate change has become one of the most serious problems faced by all countries. Like other countries, China has launched a set of policies and activities to reduce the impact of climate change in the development of economics and society. This paper reviews the policies in China to encourage the environmental beneficial and energy-saving innovati...
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In order to reduce the emission of automobile exhaust and overcome energy crisis, like other countries, China has launched incentive policies to develop new energy vehicles including electric vehicles since 2001. Additionally, as one of priorities in the Chinese national 5-year plans, it is a strategy to catch up in auto industries. This paper revi...
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Innovation is an actuating force of industrial clusters. Here social capital on the innovation activities were applied to analyze the electronic information industrial cluster in Suzhou city, China. Using a set of index and two-stage decision-making model, innovation activities of cluster was studied. The results show that structural, relational an...
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The development of technological capability (TC) is critical for manufacturing firms in high-tech industries. Kim's [1980. Stages of development of industrial technology in a developing country: a model. Research Policy 9, 254–277] model of acquisition, assimilation, and improvement is widely accepted to explain TC development in developing economi...
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The development of technological capability (TC) is critical for high-tech companies in the manufacturing sector and has received much attention recently. Linsu Kim's (1980) three -stage model of acquisition, assimilation, and improvement is a widely accepted model to explain the development of technological capability in emerging economies. Howeve...

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Frontiers of Engineering Management (FEM) is a research journal supervised by Chinese Academy of Engineering, administered jointly by Tsinghua University, Huazhong University of Science and Technology and Higher Education Press, and published by Higher Education Press. It is a journal designed and organized in inter-national dimensions and published in English in both print and online versions quarterly. It covers Economics of Engineering, Sociology of Engineering, Decision Making of Engineering, etc. More information please see http://journal.hep.com.cn/fmc/EN/volumn/volumn_1433.shtml