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# Adoption of technological innovations on organizational performance， case of commercial banks in kenya

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### Adoption of technological innovations on organizational performance， case of commercial banks in kenya

5. 5. Research Journal of Finance and Accounting www.iiste.orgISSN 2222-1697 (Paper) ISSN 2222-2847 (Online)Vol.4, No.3, 2013 * 1 F 1 G( y0 ) . 1 ( y / E ( y0 ))1/ g * 0 It can be rewritten into a log-linear form: 1 1 1 gIn( 1) In In Ink InP In( 1) InE ( y0 ). (1) F 1 Recall Equation 2 1 1 E ( y) E ( y0{1 [ 1][1 (1 g ,1 g ;1 F )]}, a0 ( In In ) / (1 b1 ); a1 1/ (1 b1 ). 1 An empirical approximation of Equation 2 can be written as 1 1 1 InE ( y) InE ( y0 ) b1[ gIn( 1)] b2 In( 1). (2) F Therefore, Equations 8 and 9 imply: 1 1 1 gIn( 1) a0 a1InE ( y) a1[(b2 In( 1) InP Ink ] (3) F where a0 ( In In ) / (1 b1 ); a1 1/ (1 b1 ). 1 Also, Equation 1 suggests 1 1 P 1 1 1 1 y0 ( ) InE ( y0 ) InP In InE ( ) 1 1 Hence Equation 9 can be written as: 1 1 1 1 1 1 InE ( y) b0 b1[ gIn 1)] b2 In( 1) InP InE ( ) (4) F 1 1Where b0 In . 1 1The two Equations 10 and 11 are determined simultaneously and have to be estimated with simultaneous-equations 1regressions. Since the variable k is in Equation 10 but not Equation 11, and E( ) is in Equation 11 but notEquation 10, they can be used to define exclusion restrictions and identify structural parameters (Wang, 2005;Olmstead & Rhode , 2001). 90