Position, experience, and knowledge creation: A longitudinal case study of Chinese academic networks
Abstract:I investigated the impact of experience and network position on knowledge creation in Taiwan, Hong Kong, and China with panel data on 229 scholars and 1,655 publications. Quantitative analysis of the data demonstrated an inverse U-shaped relationship between network position and knowledge creation. Additionally, tests of the different moderating impacts of experience revealed that experience negatively moderates the relationship between position and knowledge creation in the regions of Taiwan and Hong Kong, whereas it positively moderates the relationship in mainland Chinese samples.
Document Type: Research Article
Publication date: July 1, 2013
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