Whether the Innovation Policy Will Really Improve Enterprise’s Innovation Performance— Mediating Role of Ambidextrous Learning

  •  Wang Dongling    
  •  Kelvin C.K. Lam    


As the scope embodiment of public policy in specific fields, the government innovation policy is essentially a system arrangement and rule design and it plays an external guidance and incentive effect on the enterprises’ innovation activities. Whether the innovation policy will really promote the improvement of enterprises’ innovation performance and how it is realized have not reached the conclusion among theorists. As such the aim of this research is to test the relationships between innovation policy and enterprises’ innovation performance with the aim of contributing to help the government adjust policies and improve the innovation performance of enterprises. Based on the data of high-tech enterprises in Shandong Province in 2017, this paper studied the impact mechanism of innovation policy on enterprise innovation performance through regression analysis. The paper found that the innovation policy has a significant impact on enterprise innovation performance, and the ambidextrous learning plays a mediating role in this process.

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