Research on the Impact of Innovation Atmosphere of Maker Space on the Bootlegging Innovation Behavior of Makers
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Huibin Guo, Xiaoming Huo, Yizhen Li
In the context of socialism with Chinese characteristics entering a new era, makers have become an important innovation strategic talent pool in China, promoting the continuous incubation and iterative upgrading of innovation achievements. Based on social cognitive theory and organizational support theory, the empirical study of 422 makers found that the innovation atmosphere of maker space can significantly and positively affect the bootlegging innovation behavior of makers. Makers’ innovation self-efficacy plays a part of intermediary role between the innovation atmosphere of maker space and the bootlegging innovation behavior. Innovation resources play a negative regulating role between the innovation atmosphere of maker space and innovation self-efficacy. This paper takes China’s maker groups as research samples, and provides data based on the context of Chinese enterprises for research on maker space and bootlegging innovation. It can also provide management guidance for incubating more real enterprises in China’s maker space.
Innovation Atmosphere of Maker Space, Bootlegging Innovation Behavior, Innovation Self-Efficacy, Innovation Resources