Jiancheng Guan mostly deals with Marketing, Industrial organization, Beijing, Downstream and Commercialization. His Marketing research incorporates themes from Profit, Public policy and Organizational innovation. His Public policy study incorporates themes from Accreditation and Production.
Jiancheng Guan has researched Industrial organization in several fields, including Innovation management, Innovation economics, International trade and Process. Jiancheng Guan combines subjects such as Envelopment and Strategic planning with his study of International trade. By researching both Downstream and Upstream, Jiancheng Guan produces research that crosses academic boundaries.
His primary areas of study are Knowledge management, Industrial organization, Marketing, Structural holes and Nanotechnology. His Knowledge management study combines topics from a wide range of disciplines, such as Field and Knowledge creation. His research in Industrial organization intersects with topics in Empirical research, Process and Commercialization.
Innovation management is closely connected to Public policy in his research, which is encompassed under the umbrella topic of Marketing. His Structural holes research incorporates elements of Quality and Centrality. He has included themes like Clustering coefficient and Data science in his Centrality study.
His primary scientific interests are in Knowledge management, Structural holes, Science park, Social network and Perspective. His biological study spans a wide range of topics, including Field and Embeddedness. His study looks at the intersection of Structural holes and topics like Centrality with Knowledge creation, Process and Relation.
His studies in Science park integrate themes in fields like Mediation and Corporation, Finance. His Social network study integrates concerns from other disciplines, such as Network governance, Corporate governance and Survey data collection. His work investigates the relationship between Microeconomics and topics such as Marketing that intersect with problems in Social capital.
The scientist’s investigation covers issues in Marketing, Antecedent, Entrepreneurship, The Internet and Seemingly unrelated regressions. His Antecedent investigation overlaps with other disciplines such as Social capital, Microeconomics, Relational capital, Social network and Sobel test. In his works, Jiancheng Guan performs multidisciplinary study on Social capital and Structural capital.
His Entrepreneurial ecosystem and Entrepreneurial finance study, which is part of a larger body of work in Entrepreneurship, is frequently linked to Oecd countries and Social cognitive theory, bridging the gap between disciplines.
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Innovative capability and export performance of Chinese firms
J. Guan;N. Ma.
An audit of technological innovation capabilities in Chinese firms : some empirical findings in Beijing, China
Richard C.M. Yam;Jian Cheng Guan;Kit Fai Pun;Esther P.Y. Tang.
Research Policy (2004)
A study of the relationship between competitiveness and technological innovation capability based on DEA models
Jian Cheng Guan;Richard C.M. Yam;Chiu Kam Mok;Ning Ma.
European Journal of Operational Research (2006)
Modeling the relative efficiency of national innovation systems
Jiancheng Guan;Jiancheng Guan;Kaihua Chen;Kaihua Chen.
Research Policy (2012)
Measuring the innovation production process: A cross-region empirical study of China’s high-tech innovations
Jiancheng Guan;Kaihua Chen.
Bringing PageRank to the citation analysis
Nan Ma;Jiancheng Guan;Yi Zhao.
Information Processing and Management (2008)
Exploitative and exploratory innovations in knowledge network and collaboration network: A patent analysis in the technological field of nano-energy
Jiancheng Guan;Na Liu.
Research Policy (2016)
Innovation strategy and performance during economic transition : evidences in Beijing, China
Jian Cheng Guan;Richard C.M. Yam;Esther P.Y. Tang;Antonio K.W. Lau.
Research Policy (2009)
Technology transfer and innovation performance: Evidence from Chinese firms
Jian Cheng Guan;Chiu Kam Mok;Richard C.M. Yam;K.S. Chin.
Technological Forecasting and Social Change (2006)
Effects of government financial incentives on firms’ innovation performance in China: Evidences from Beijing in the 1990s
Jian Cheng Guan;Jian Cheng Guan;Richard C.M. Yam.
Research Policy (2015)
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