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中文論文名稱 創建產業鏈之策略:三維晶片的個案研究
英文論文名稱 Strategies for Creating an Industry Chain: The Case of 3D IC
校院名稱 淡江大學
系所名稱(中) 企業管理學系碩士班
系所名稱(英) Department of Business Administration
學年度 102
學期 2
出版年 103
研究生中文姓名 楊漪雯
研究生英文姓名 Yih-Wen Yong
學號 601611493
學位類別 碩士
語文別 中文
口試日期 2014-06-17
論文頁數 92頁
口試委員 指導教授-涂敏芬
委員-文馨瑩
委員-吳佳虹
中文關鍵字 產業鏈創建  制度策略  三維晶片  工研院  個案研究 
英文關鍵字 Industry chain creation  institutional strategy  3D IC  ITRI  Case study 
學科別分類
中文摘要 一個產業鏈的創建會面對新之不利的問題,因此在創建的過程中是充滿風險的。本論文採用具建構性解釋之模式匹配,探討行動者如何創建一個的產業鏈,並以一個研究機構所執行的策略為方向為研究導向,闡釋行動者對於產業鏈建構之歷程。研究問題以「如何」為導向,選定單一個案做為研究範疇,並且透過訪談資料及次級資料的蒐集,探討工業技術研究院從2007年開始至2014年5月初間如何創建三維晶片產業鏈,並且分析在創建歷程中於四種階段所採取之策略。本研究根據Aldrich and Fiol(1994)所提出的四個層級之策略作為分析基礎,闡釋行動者在產業鏈創建中所採取之活動。最後,透過結論可解釋三維晶片產業的發展仍處於產業萌芽階段,然而在洞見與實務意涵下可發現三維晶片產業鏈創建會有瀕臨失敗的可能,未來可延伸本研究並持續討論三維晶片產業鏈之發展動向。
英文摘要 Creating an industry chain will face liabilities of newness therefore the process of creation is full of risks. The study proposes to examine the method of pattern matching with constructive interpretation as to explore the ways for actors building an industry chain. In our study, for the purpose of creating an industry chain, we particularly focus on an institutional research in the implementation of strategies. We conduct a single case study with the use of interviews and secondary data, as to explore the promotion of 3D IC industry by the Industrial Technology Research Institute which has done from 2007 to early May 2014. In this study, four levels are based on the strategies of Aldrich and Fiol (1994) proposed as a basis for analysis in order to explain what institutional activities have taken place by actors at the industry chain creating process. Finally, as interpreted through the conclusion of the 3D IC industry still remains in embryonic stage. Insights and practical implications can be found that created a 3D IC industry chain may be on the verge of failure, we suggest that this study can be extended in the future and continue to discuss the development of the industry chain of 3D IC.
論文目次 目錄
目錄 I
表目錄 III
圖目錄 IV
第壹章、導論 1
第貳章、文獻與理論 5
第一節、 制度形成 5
第二節、 制度策略 11
第參章、研究方法 19
第一節、 單一個案分析 19
一、 個案研究法 19
二、 單一個案研究法 22
三、 單一個案的選取理由 24
第二節、 資料來源 25
第三節、 資料分析 27
一、 次級資料 29
二、 初級資料 32
三、 資料的信任性 33
第肆章、個案背景 36
第一節、 工研院創建產業鏈之背景 36
第二節、 三維晶片技術背景及產業發展概況 41
一、 摩爾定律 41
二、 三維晶片的技術背景 42
三、 產業態勢 45
第伍章、個案描述 49
第一節、 三維晶片在工研院內的發展歷程 52
一、 工業局晶片系統產業發展計畫 52
二、 先進堆疊系統與應用研發聯盟計畫 52
三、 工研院創新前瞻計畫 54
四、 行政院科技發展基金計畫 57
五、 經濟部關鍵計畫 59
第二節、 工研院之國際研發合作及第三方與第四方之加入 60
第三節、 工研院以外之三維晶片產業推動 65
第陸章、個案分析 68
第一節、 組織階段 71
第二節、 設計階段 74
第三節、 製造與封裝階段 77
第四節、 擴散階段 79
第柒章、結論 81
參考文獻 85



表目錄
表1. 制度策略比較表 13
表2. 個案研究與其他研究方法之比較 20
表3. 個案研究的定義 21
表4. 文本資料來源 26
表5. 參與訪談清單 33
表6. 資料的信任性 34
表7. 三維晶片產業鏈於國內建構之歷程 49
表8. 工研院創建三維晶片產業鏈之策略分析 69

圖目錄
圖1. 本論文的結構與流程 4
圖2. 市場範疇運作之定位及正當性建構之轉移模型 15
圖3. 研究設計類型 23
圖4. 建構三維晶片產業鏈之歷程 29
圖5. 台灣發展三維晶片歷年上報篇數,2008年1月-2014年5月10日 30
圖6. 工研院發展三維晶片歷年上報篇數,2008年1月-2014年5月10日 31
圖7. 三維晶片的專利趨勢 43
圖8. 三維整合晶片使導線長度變短 44
圖9. 具像化創新前瞻計畫之定位關聯:幼苗、小樹、大樹、開花結果 55
圖10. 個案分析之組織階段行動 71
圖11. 個案分析之設計階段行動 74
圖12. 個案分析之製造與封裝階段行動 77
圖13. 個案分析之擴散階段行動 79

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