Enterprise Innovation Synergy and its Evolution Model Based on Eco-environmental Science

Dapeng Liu, Haiqing Xu

Ekoloji, 2019, Issue 108, Pages: 457-461

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Abstract

Combined with the enterprise innovation synergy model, the factor analysis and multiple regression methods of Eco-environmental Science are used to study the interaction relationship between the influencing factors and synergy degree of enterprise innovation, and to obtain the evolution model of enterprise innovation synergy. The research results are as follows Among them, the influence of policy environment on multidimensional synergy is the most significant. From the empirical results, it is known that through the application of the factor analysis and multiple regression methods of the Eco-environmental Science, effective analysis results of enterprise innovation synergy can be obtained in order to construct the reasonable evolution model and provide the reliable analytical basis for enterprise innovation and development.

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